Upcoming Public Shows

If these dates don't work for you - please contact us about private show options.


From June 2003 through July 2013 PEGASUS PERFORMANCES was delighted to be the exclusive company chosen to perform Public Comic Mysteries at the historic Deane House restaurant. The Deane House closed August 2013 for extensive renovations, expected to last 2 years or so. Pegasus Performances continued our popular Comic Murder Mystery Dinner Theatre Public shows across the river at Fort Calgary through February 2014. Fort Calgary is now also anticipating extensive renovations. For information on private bookings, please call 403-246-4811, or  email Pegasus Performances.

Year 2014 Public Shows

April 12, 2014 (Saturday) Pegasus Performances presents THE BIG SNOOZE, or Bloodshed & the Bucking Bronco ©. A Comic Murder Mystery dinner theatre in Keoma, AB. (35 minutes north-east of Calgary).  The year is 1942.  Spanish-born oil tycoon, Luther Lothario hires Dick Savage, Private Eye and Caterer, to get back some western art stolen by a double-crossing hood named Sly Cowert.  Simple enough.  But mix in a mysterious mistress, jealous wife, and Dick's matrimonial-minded secretary, along with olive oil, blackmail, intrigue and espionage and the result is murder most foul in The Case of The Bloody Bucking Bronco. © (Rife with quotes from 40's movies such as ''The Big Sleep', 'Casablanca', '& 'The Maltese Falcon'.) For info, please call 403-246-4811 or email Pegasus Performances.

Why are there no more Mystery shows by PEGASUS PERFORMANCES at The DEANE HOUSE after July 2013?


Deane House Restoration: The Deane House closed August 4, 2013 for extensive renovations which will at least 24 months & likely longer. Owned by the City of Calgary & currently operated by the Fort Calgary Preservation Society, the contract to operate this lovely 107 year-old House was put up for tender. Who will receive the bid, or whether they will wish to have Comic Mystery shows once reopened, is unknown.
Built in 1906, the Deane House is the only remaining NWMP building in Calgary.  Captain Richard Burton Deane was Fort Calgary's last serving NWMP Superintendent.
The Deane House was originally built on the west side of the Fort Calgary site & was moved in 1914 to where the Fort’s Interpretive Centre is currently located. Unlike all of the other Fort buildings, the Deane House was saved from demolition. In 1929, it was moved across the Elbow River to its current location.
Restoration will include interior & exterior restoration, as well as contemporary upgrades to utilities. Also included will be the Hunt House (located behind the Deane House) Conservation.
The Hunt House is Calgary's most significant historic resource. Built in 1876 as part of the Hudson's Bay Company post, it is Calgary's oldest building in its original location. The Fort Calgary MAKE HISTORY project will fully conserve the Hunt House & save it before it deteriorates beyond salvation. Conservation includes extensive archaeology, preservation of the original log structure & a glass roof over the house to protect this little treasure from the elements.

If you missed PEGASUS PERFORMANCES' show in Las Vegas, U.S.A. (Entertainment Capital Of the World!), the 'House Of Blues' Foundation Room "loved" our performance & hopes "we can do it again"!