Valhalla Tahoe presents ‘Women in Jeopardy’ |

Valhalla Tahoe presents ‘Women in Jeopardy’

Performances of Wendy MacLeod's "Women in Jeopardy" begin on Friday, March 24.
Courtesy / Valhalla Tahoe |

Valhalla Tahoe is preparing for its summer events with Wendy MacLeod’s “Women in Jeopardy,” a comedy with a short-term run at the Lake Tahoe Golf Course that begins on Friday, March 24.

“Enjoy casual tableside seating with an intimate view of the stage during this side-splitting new adult comedy as divorcees Mary and Jo navigate their suspicions of their friend Liz’s new dentist boyfriend.

“He’s not just weird; he may be a serial killer! Attempting to get to the bottom of the mystery, imaginations run wild as the ladies try to discover the truth and save their friend in this hilarious adventure,” states a press release from Valhalla Tahoe.

Bring your friends for a night out that features food and drink — guests are able to enjoy tapas or a three-course meal along with the play, with the purchase of special tickets.

“Women in Jeopardy” runs March 24-25 and March 30 through April 1. All shows begin at 7:30 p.m., but early seating with tapas begins at 6:30 p.m. and the three-course meal starts at 6 p.m.

The full dinner (which features a cranberry walnut salad, choice of champagne chicken, crab-stuffed baked cod or top sirloin with cabernet mushroom sauce and dessert) is only offered at the Saturday, March 25 performance and tickets must be bought in advance.

Show-only tickets are $20, performance with drink and tapas is $35 and the dinner-and-theatre ticket is $50. They are sold online at

“Proceeds will support Valhalla Tahoe’s annual summer-long Valhalla Arts & Music Festival and help maintain the buildings and surrounding 74-acre setting,” states the release.

The only tickets sold at the door will be general admission as long as they are available.

The Lake Tahoe Golf Course is located at 2500 Emerald Bay Road. For additional information, visit

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