The Pinkertonian Mystery
Sundays, July 12 and July 26, 2–4 pm
$35 per person ($30 per Member)
Recommended for kids age 8 and up and their adults
“The play is a real winner…The New-York Historical Society has struck gold” – Bruce Chadwick, History News Network
After selling out every show this spring, the New-York Historical Society and Live In Theater have decided to extend the run of The Pinkertonian Mystery!
Families will be transported back in time during Live In Theater’s latest interactive whodunit. Traveling through the New-York Historical Society’s Museum galleries, kids and families will work together to solve The Pinkertonian Mystery. While the show’s villain El Diablo is fictional, the Pinkerton National Detective Agency is real. Founded in 1850 by Allan Pinkerton, the agency protected American roads and rails from bandits and even foiled a plot to assassinate President Abraham Lincoln! So don’t miss out on the fun. Join us, gumshoes, for the next installment of this celebrated theater mystery. Click here for a teaser of the upcoming performance!