Sing Your Heart Out This Valentine's Day with Mystery Café Dinner Theater Contest

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Mystery Café Dinner Theater ventured into cyberspace this week with the announcement of its first ever video contest - "Sing Your Heart Out". Created to promote its upcoming Valentines Day shows - American Homicidal in Boston The Mobfather in Randolph, and Hooray for Hollywood in Dedham - the winner of the contest will receive two dinner & show tickets, plus an overnight at the Club Quarters Hotel in Boston.

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We are really excited about this video contest and promoting it via social media. Given the interactive nature of our performances, having contestants submit their entries via YouTube seem like a natural extension of what we do best - entertain.

Mystery Café Dinner Theater ventured into cyberspace this week with the announcement of its first ever video contest - "Sing Your Heart Out". Created to promote its upcoming Valentines Day shows - American Homicidal, The Mobfather, and Hoorah for Hollywood - the winner of the contest will receive two dinner & show tickets, plus an overnight at the Club Quarters Hotel.

To enter, contestants must submit a: 30 second video to Mystery Café's YouTube Channel Mystery Cafe highlighting their "unique vocal style".

Mystery Café founder/producer David Goldstein states, "We are really excited about this video contest and promoting it via social media. Given the interactive nature of our performances, having contestants submit their entries via YouTube seem like a natural extension of what we do best - entertain."

Goldstein further adds that with performances every weekend, Mystery Café is a great night out for a date, a group celebration or even a corporate outing.

For details about the "Sing Your Heart Out" promotion and upcoming programs, visit:

Mystery Café Dinner Theater website
YouTube Contest Video
Mystery Cafe Facebook Page

About Mystery Café

Mystery Café is America's Original Murder Mystery Dinner Theater opening to packed houses in Cambridge, Massachusetts, in 1987. Since then, Mystery Café has expanded its offerings throughout New England to include performances on boats, dinner trains, and even private homes. Mystery Café has performed for groups ranging from twelve to five-hundred with growing client list that includes Microsoft, Apple, (who knew they could agree on anything?) and thousands of other Fortune 500 companies. For more information, visit the Mystery Café at http://www.mysterycafe.com website.
Tickets are available for the Valentine's Day show, online or by phone by calling the box office at 781-784-2469.

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