In 1920, Charles Wilcox was murdered in his home – Wilcox Manor – in Tustin, California. Fast-forward several decades and be intrigued by the new mystery when an international art thief is found dead in the historic home!
The Tustin Community Foundation’s annual Murder Mystery Dinner is sure to keep you on the edge of your seat with this year’s modern-day whodunit! With a fascinating storyline, produced and directed by the World Renown Lady Sandra Lee McQuilkin, you can watch as the plot thickens and the murderer is finally revealed, right there at Wilcox Manor.
Join us on Saturday, August 13, 2016 at Wilcox Manor: 310 Pasadena Avenue, Tustin, CA 92780. The evening starts with a 5:30 pre-show during cocktail hour, with dinner and the performance from 7:00 to 9:00.
Seats are available for a limited time. Choose individual or couples tickets or choose to participate with your own cameo in the performance. Several levels of sponsorship are also available, each with optional participation in the show, your name/company recognized and listed on materials and the Tustin Community Foundation website – and of course several seats for your dining and viewing enjoyment.
The annual Murder at the Manor event supports the efforts of the Tustin Community Foundation. This non-profit organization fundraises and sponsors community programs for various local organizations. To learn more about the Foundation, visit tustincommunityfoundation.org.
For tickets to this year’s Murder Mystery Dinner or to learn more about sponsorship opportunities, visit the Tustin Community Foundation site, contact one of the event chairpersons or click here.