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"Fashion Runway: Murdering Divas" To Be Performed In South Charleston

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Reported: Nov. 4, 2013 3:45 PM EST

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South Charleston , Kanawha County , West Virginia

Here is a plot that might intrigue you -- contestants who all have deadly intentions to win at all costs.

That is the story behind “Fashion Runway: Murdering Divas” an interactive Murder Mystery Dinner Theatre being hosted by the South Charleston Chamber of Commerce, according to a news release from the chamber.

The shows are scheduled on Friday, Nov. 22, and Saturday, Nov. 23 at the Comedy Zone Charleston located at the Holiday Inn and Suites on Second Avenue in South Charleston. Shows begin at 7 both nights.

The play will be performed by Murder & Merriment, an interactive murder mystery theater troupe based in Huntington.

“Fashion Runway: Murdering Divas” follows the story of a reality TV show competition featuring contestants who compete for the title of the world’s top fashion designer. They are willing to do whatever it takes – even murder – to win.

Guests who correctly solve “who dunnit?” will compete for a prize at the end of the evening.

Tickets, which are $40 each, include a buffet dinner and interactive entertainment. A cash bar will be available. Admission is limited to those guests age 21 and over. The chamber’s past Mystery Dinner Theatre events have had sell-out crowds, so it is recommended that tickets are purchased in advance. Proceeds from “Fashion Runway: Murdering Divas” will benefit the South Charleston Chamber of Commerce.

For more information or to order tickets, contact Amanda Ream, executive director, South Charleston Chamber of Commerce, at 304-744-0051 or soccoc@wvdsl.net. Tickets also may be purchased online at
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