Make reservations by Thursday, Nov. 7, to ring in the New Year with Hamilton-Gibson by participating in “Murder at the Juice Joint,” a 1920s speakeasy-themed interactive night of murder, mystery and intrigue where guests are the characters. It is not necessary to be an actor. There are no lines to memorize.
On New Year’s Eve, Tuesday, Dec. 31, the “Juice Joint,” a swanky speakeasy, will be open in the Gallery at the Warehouse Theatre at 3 Central Ave. in Wellsboro.
With the passing of prohibition and organized crime on the rise, the Juice Joint run by Rosie Marie has been nothing but jumping. To celebrate its success, Rosie is hosting a New Year’s Eve party at the exclusive nightspot from 8 p.m. on Dec. 31 until 1 a.m. on Wednesday, Jan. 1, the first day of 2020. It will be a night to remember with ambiance, the sights and sounds of the 1920s era and some surprises, including a murder.
One of the names on the guest list is on another’s hit list and no one will be safe from the consequences.
Will the murderer be the mayor, a blacklisted bootlegger desperate to increase sales or possibly the director with a shot at making history?
Become one of the hosts of characters and enjoy an evening of mingling, sleuthing, partying, bribery, 1920s cocktails, some play gambling and murder. Assorted hot and cold hors d’oeuvres will be served all evening.
The game portion will end at approximately 11:30 p.m. There will be New Year’s Eve party favors, hats and noisemakers and a midnight champagne toast.
This unforgettable evening at the Juice Joint will provide lasting memories of the wild and romantic 1920s. This event is co-sponsored by Michele Comes, Pat Davis, Debbie’s Day Care, Renee Frazier and Luanne Goodwin.
Tickets are $40 per person. The deadline for paid reservations is Thursday, Nov. 7. Early reservations are a necessity to allow time for characters to be assigned and guests helped with costume ideas.
To make reservations, call Hamilton-Gibson at (570) 724-2079 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.