Springfield’s Emmy-Award winning television program, The Mystery Hour, will be taping their show for the first time on a Thanksgiving weekend.
The taping will take place on Saturday night at the Gillioz Theater starting at 7:30 p.m.
“We want people to bring their families out to the taping and make it a family outing,” Jeff Houghton told OI. “It can be a new Thanksgiving tradition. Aren’t you tired of sitting in a room arguing with you family by Saturday? We invite you to come sit in our room, where you’re not allowed to talk while filming. It’s the perfect Saturday night of Thanksgiving activity.”
The taping will have several special guests.
George Basil from the HBO show “Crashing” will be the guest for one taping, Craig Antico of the medical debt relief organization RIP Medical Debt on a second, and the final show will feature Kenny DeForest, a nationally touring stand up comedian.
The show will also have music from Chappel Roan, Blake & Larrisa Compton, and Tyler Jackson Stokes.
Tickets are available through the Mystery Hour website for $12. You can also get them at the box office for $14 the day of the show if the taping is not sold out.