NYC-based Murder Mystery Manhattan Puts on The Alto’s – Last Anniversary
Rock Hill, NY (January 9, 2015) – As part of the new general manager, Tony Carlucci’s direction, The Sullivan Hotel will host its first murder mystery. ‘The Alto’s Last Anniversary?,’ an interactive case of ‘whodunit,’ will be on Saturday, March 21st beginning at 6 p.m. Tickets are $65.00 per person and can be reserved by calling The Sullivan at 845.796.3100.
Guests will wine and dine in the midst of a murder mystery performance. The performance begins at 6 p.m. and continues through cocktail hour and dinner. After the show, guests will have the opportunity to join the stars of the show for a dance. Reservations are required for dinner and can be made by calling The Sullivan at 845-796-3100. In the case of inclement weather, the murder mystery dinner will be held on Saturday, March 28, 2015.
“’The Alto’s – Last Anniversary?’ is just the beginning of the type of events The Sullivan will bring to the region,” said general manager, Tony Carlucci. “We look forward to a successful evening and envision growing a murder mystery dinner into a weekend-long affair that both locals and hotel guests can enjoy.”
“The Sopranos” become “Moonstruck” in this dysfunctional familia farce. Organized crime will never be the same when two rival families meet to celebrate the anniversary of Pony and Hormella Alto. Who are the real bosses? The men or their mommas? Is their hairdresser, Claire Awl, the only one who knows for sure? Come and watch the ziti fly. The show will be performed by Murder Mystery Manhattan, a traveling theatre company that has been providing thrills and laughs to audiences of all ages for more than 20 years. The company pulls from 25 original scenarios, with the opportunity for the event’s host to provide information on guests of honor to include in their performance.
Part of the proceeds from the event will benefit the Allyson Whitney Foundation, a local charity that provides young adults between the ages of 15-36 with grants to cover the cost expenses related to cancer treatment. Allyson Whitney Strong was a resident of Rock Hill, NY who was diagnosed with a rare, aggressive cancer in 2010. After her diagnosis, Strong became a warrior and advocate for those suffering from cancer. After her death in 2011, Strong’s family and friends came together to create the Allyson Whitney Foundation and carry out her mission, providing financial support for young men and women who are battling cancer.
For dinner reservations, call The Sullivan at 845-796-3100. For more information on the performance or booking information, visit www.the-sullivan.com.