Who Killed Santa?
WHO KILLED SANTA? - HOLIDAY PUPPET MURDER MYSTERY RETURNS
A Milwaukee favorite in 2008, 2009, 2011, and 2012, Who Killed Santa? by local playwright Neil
Haven will be produced again in January of 2014.
Who Killed Santa? will run January 2-12, 2014 at The Arcade Theatre in the Underground
Collaborative (Grand Avenue Mall, Lower Level, 161 W. Wisconsin Avenue, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
53203.) The show features actors Bo Johnson, Rick Pendzich, Amy Geyser, Liz Shipe, Nate Press,
and Brittany McDonald. Puppets created by Dan Katula, costumes by Amanda Schlicher, written and
directed by Neil Haven. Tickets are $20 and can be reserved online at whokilledsanta.com. The website
also features a video preview and performance calendar. Who Killed Santa? contains adult language and
content and is suitable for audiences sixteen and older.
Synopsis: Who Killed Santa? The Choose-Your-Own-Ending Musical Murder Mystery Holiday
Whodunit. In this hilarious and irreverent send-up, Santa is hosting his annual holiday party attended by
the usual holiday favorites: Frosty, Tiny Tim, The Little Drummer Boy, and Rudolph, who all have a
bone to pick with Santa. After the introduction of the sexy new Little Drummer Girl, tempers flare, and
Santa ends up with a candy cane through the heart. No one will confess, no one can leave, and Christmas
is in jeopardy. As the tension builds, a couple of incompetent detectives enter the scene, and all the dirty
secrets of these iconic holiday characters are revealed. Eventually, with the help of the audience, the
murderer is convicted and sentenced.
Who Killed Santa? is an alternative adult show featuring parodies of holiday songs, large rod puppets, and
four different endings determined by which suspect the audience accuses.
Who Killed Santa? by Neil Haven
Performance Calendar: January 2014
The Arcade Theatre in the Underground Collaborative
Grand Avenue Mall, Lower Level
161 W. Wisconsin Avenue
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53203
(Enter through the rotunda near TJ Maxx)
Thursday, January 2
Friday, January 3
Saturday, January 4
Sunday, January 5
Wednesday, January 8
Thursday, January 9
Friday, January 10
Saturday, January 11
Sunday, January 12
All performances at 7:30 p.m.
Tickets and Show Information: whokilledsanta.com