It’s time to bring out your inner Sherlock Holmes because America’s first interactive mystery theater is back in production at The Queen Mary beginning Saturday, March 31st for its first show in five years. Named the “Best Mystery Dinner Theater in LA County” by the LA Times, “A Murder on The Queen Mary” is sure to put audiences at the edge of their seats.
The mystery begins when guests are informed The Queen Mary is haunted by Julie Rose, a famous local singer who was murdered in her dressing room 70 years ago. Her murderer has never been apprehended and her ghost still roams around the ship to this day. In attempt to rid the Queen Mary of her presence, the case has been reopened and it’s up to the audience to help solve the case.
Guest will travel throughout the ship in search of long lost clues to help solve the murder in this fully interactive murder mystery dinner that was written by Long Beach resident and Cal State Long Beach theater alumnus Baron Mosely, who also was the creator and original producer of the show.
“Every time I think I’m done producing these murder mystery shows, I somehow get pulled back into it,” said Mosely. “It all started back in college when we did a mystery party for one of my theater classes. It was one of the most fun times I had during college. That was over 20 years ago. The rest is history.”
When not busy crime-solving, guests will enjoy a three-course dinner, access to a full bar and a rare view of Long Beach from the historic Queen Mary.
The show is in production every Friday and Saturday starting March 31st at 7:30pm and completes its run on Saturday, June 30th. Cost is $99 per ticket and discounts are available for larger groups. To make reservations or for more information, please visit