Due to COVID-19, a lot of small businesses are currently suffering. I’m hoping in the next couple of weeks to showcase fundraisers and companies in Georgia that are struggling and could use support from around the world. Dinner theaters have always intrigued me, and there are not a lot of them around anymore, let alone one with a unique theme. Agatha’s dinner theater has been entertaining customers for over thirty years, and we should not allow it to close. They have original and hilarious murder mysteries, and as their site says: Our special brand of comedic murder mysteries is centered on making sure that the audience is always laughing. On top of entertaining audiences, they also make the show interactive and bring audience members into the play. The seating is family-style to ensure that each audience member is in action. Although, sometimes, one can be sitting across from other patrons there to enjoy the show as well. The dinner consists of five courses and costs $73 a plate for adults and $65.00 for children. Join Agatha’s for a night out and help support the local dinner theater by clicking the link above to donate to their go fund me page.
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