Our Show Themes
License to Die: 1960s
A glamorous casino on the Mediterranean sea, the playground of wealthy elites, is the backdrop for this 1960s spy mystery.
Guests can play spies, mad geniuses, and henchmen they'll recognize from their favorite B-movies! It's a great theme for all types of groups.
The Mystery of the Murdered Madam:
1900s-1920s New Orleans
Visit Storyville, New Orleans' infamous red light district, in 1911. A famous wealthy madam is murdered, and all of her rivals were out to get her.
Guests can play real famous wealthy madams from New Orleans history, and even search a crime scene model & photos. This is our least family-friendly show due to discussion of sexual topics, 18+ or parents approval recommended.
Hellcat Killers!: 1950s
A 1950s women's prison murder mystery about a gang of bad, bad biker girls. The leader's boyfriend is mysteriously murdered on a conjugal visit, and even the Warden had a motive!
Guests can play trash-talking biker gals, like classic cult films and B-movies from the '50s. It's a fun and slightly less PG show, great for bachelorette groups!
An Outrage at Bayou Micheaux:
A prominent marriage between two rival planter dynasties is disrupted when the family heirloom wedding ring is stolen! Nearly everyone has a motive for not wanting the wedding to take place -- even the bride and groom?
This is our most family-friendly offering -- there isn't even a murder, guests solve a theft! It's a good show for families and special events.
The Prudence of Folly
A mystery based on Jane Austen
Our newest offering is a parody of classic Austen novels, set on an English estate. How can guests possibly solve a murder, when so many of the characters are distracted by match-making? In our version, the characters are a bit more murderous, so even non-Austen fans will enjoy it!
The audience can play characters based on Austen classics, from Mrs. Norris to Mr. Darcy!
We can tailor the themes we have to your event, or write a fully customized show for you! This is our specialty!