A Little Rock place to go for dinner and a show By Henry Magenheim / January 23, 2002 Share 1 -- LITTLE ROCK, Ark. -- Murry's Dinner Playhouse, popular with motorcoach tours and individual visitors, offers light entertainment such as murder mysteries, comedies and musicals. Tickets, including a buffet, cost $24 Tuesdays through Thursdays, with a $1 discount for groups of 20 or more. At these performances, drivers and tour conductors are admitted free.Sunday and selected Wednesday matinee performances cost $22, as do previews.Friday, Saturday, matinee and preview shows are not discounted for groups, nor are any shows during December, a peak period.The Friday and Saturday admission is $26. Ticket prices include the dinner, show and tax, but not tips for the table service of beverages.The buffet has two lines and offers a choice of fish, poultry or roast beef entrees, vegetables, pastas, desserts and salads. Patrons may return for seconds.The 304-seat playhouse has tables seating two, four, six or 10.The show lineup follows: "Send Me No Flowers, through Feb. 3; "Steel Magnolias," Feb. 5 to March 10; "Pajama Game," March 12 to April 21; "Moon over Buffalo," April 23 to May 26; "The Nerd," May 28 to June 30; "I Ought To Be In Pictures," July 2 to July 28; and "South Pacific," July 30 to Sept. 8.Fall and winter shows are "Swingtime Canteen," Sept. 10 to Oct. 13; "Spider Web" (Agatha Christie), Oct. 15 to Nov. 17, and "Run For Your Wife," Nov. 19 to Dec. 31.For more information, call Kathy Osborne, Murry's group sales manager (501) 562-3131.For area information, contact the Little Rock Convention and Visitors Bureau at (800) 844-4781 or check the Web site, www.littlerock.com.