Fans of Making a Murderer will soon be able to get closer to the story, with the defense team that represented Steven Avery during the murder trial featured in the show coming to the Philadelphia area this spring.

Attorneys Dean Strang and Jerry Buting will stop by Glenside's Keswick Theatre on Friday, April 1 for a speaking event where they will further discuss the Avery case detailed in Making a Murderer, as well as the criminal justice system in general.

The duo plays a prominent role in the hit Netflix series about the case against Avery, who ended up serving 18 years in prison for a sexual assault charge that was later expunged on DNA evidence. Two years after his release, Avery was charged with Teresa Halbach's murder after filing a $36 million lawsuit for wrongful conviction. He is currently in prison.

Tickets for Strang and Buting's Keswick appearance go on sale Friday at noon, with prices ranging from $39.50 to $59.50 in advance, or $42 to $62 at the door. At that time, Jersey area fans can also grab tickets for the lawyers' seperate appearance at Red Bank's Count Basie Theatre on March 31.

To tide fans over until then, though, NBC's Dateline special on the subject ought to help. The program's "The State of Wisconsin vs. Steven A. Avery" airs Friday at 10 p.m. Eastern time.