Saturday, November 21, 2020 from 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM EST
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Jessica Schultz 
Beth Shalom Congregation 

Murder at the Juice Joint: A Virtual Murder Mystery Night and Beth Shalom 50th Anniversary Event.

Join Beth Shalom for a night of murder, mystery and intrigue at a speakeasy in the wild and romantic era of the Roaring ‘20s.

Use your sleuthing skills as you virtually mingle with other guests. The fun is in the interactions you undertake to figure out whodunit.

Invite your friends and family to join you in a group. Or sign up individually for a nice evening of mixing and mingling with fellow Beth Shalomers.


Interactive Event:

Each guest will receive a detailed character description in advance of the party. Throughout the event, you will receive information and objectives, view evidence, and ask questions of the other guests.  See if you can guess the murderer and motive!.

Once you have received your role and character bio, we will be relying on you to attend. Characters are integral to the mystery, and no-shows will impact the ability of the others to play.  If you are unsure whether you will be able to attend, let us know in advance so we can assign you a non-critical role.

Special recognition for best costume and best actor.



Sign up individually or put together your own group of 6-8 or 8-12 people people.  


$40 for families of 4 or more living within the same household

Register by November 18.

May children participate?

No children under age 13.  For ages 13 and up, it is up to parental discretion.  Please note that there may be references to alcohol, extramarital affairs and/or illegal drugs.  Blackmail, bribery, murder and deceit are part of the game.



It is best if you can print your bio before the party for easy reference.  Alternatively, you can refer to the bio on one device as you join the Zoom session with a second device.  

Some experience with Zoom.  If you are new to Zoom, email the office to request a practice session with Linda Eisenberg.

You do not need to put together your own group.  If you do form your own group, let us know which person will be the host.  Hosts will need a Zoom account.  If the host needs some practice with setting up Zoom breakout rooms or a Zoom meeting, email  the office to request a practice session with Linda Eisenberg.