{Ticket Giveaway!} The Magnificent Circus Mystery at The Eisemann Center

This post has been sponsored by The Eisemann Center in Richardson. All opinions are 100% our own!

Has anyone seen a production at The Eisemann Center in Richardson before? I always try to add their kid-friendly shows to our monthly event calendar because there’s something really special about going to the theater with children, don’t you think? It’s such a different (and wonderful!) form of entertainment, no offense to Nick Jr. 

If you haven’t already, check out Nadia’s post from October on her experience seeing The Wizard of Oz at The Eisemann Center with her two young daughters. Spoiler alert: she loved everything about it.

The Eisemann Center Richardson Magnificent Circus Mystery

Today, we want to give you a heads-up about The Eisemann Center’s latest, The Magnificent Circus Mystery on November 18, 2018 at 2:30pm. It sounds like a really unique production, and it’s one day only, so make sure you don’t miss out. Synopsis time:

A steamer trunk, a mysterious book, and a hat belonging to Harry Houdini begin a show filled with magic, juggling, unicycling, and physical comedy. The audience must solve clues, overcome obstacles, and figure out a 90-year-old-secret as they help to create the story from beginning to end. Based on a real character, the kids are empowered to write about people and events in their own lives, while discovering how authors develop story ideas. 

The show is billed as 60 minutes long with no intermission. Best suited for grades 3-5 and their families, although of course you know what your child will enjoy. Here’s a link to the production company preview if you want to see some footage and get a better sense of the action.

Tickets start at $12; HOWEVER, we’ve got a little giveaway for ya!

The Eisemann Center has given us 4 of their best seats (an $88 value) for one lucky reader and their family. This would be such a fun family date or even a sweet grandkids/grandparents outing. Good luck everyone!


Katie Lewis
After almost 20 years in other parts of Texas (Austin and Fort Worth!), Katie now lives in Richardson with her husband and two kids. She's horrible at social media but secretly likes Twitter best. Favorite uses for her phone: reading library books and listening to comedy podcasts. Least favorite uses: making and receiving calls. If you've seen Death Becomes Her or Big Business more than once, you'll be best friends.