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An events that combines your insider’s knowledge, wishes and desires with our expertise to pen custom-written mystery scripts creates an unforgettable occasion that is uniquely yours.
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- You decide on the mystery that must be solved. We can provide a list of motives if you need help. The mystery doesn’t have to be a crime – but it usually is. Adult mysteries are most often murders and children’s mysteries are most often thefts.
- You pick four to six colourful, crazy characters as suspects. We can help with over-the-top suggestions. Quirky habits and fun accessories will make a suspect memorable.
- Together we will make some easy but tricky clues so that your detectives can figure out whodunnit.
- We will make sure you know how much time the set-up will take, what easy to find props are needed and how to run the timelines. A mystery playbook lets you host your very own spectacular mystery event. Good for special interest groups of any size.
Whether you want certain circumstances to be emphasized or have a special people you want to play a leading role or you just need a little help smoothing out the rough edges of a mystery yourself, we can help.
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One of the great things about mysteries is their infinite flexibility. We’ve been in a variety of situations and there is nothing like live theatre to confirm ‘expect the unexpected’! Check out our mystery parties and if you don’t find something that fits your situation – Give us a call: 250-409-9928 or drop us an email: jrv(at)mysteryfactory.com.
Mysteries are infinitely flexible
and infinitely FUN!
My Amdram Group are looking at the idea of doing their first Murder Mystery Evening. I was wondering if you had a Halloween themed script. As a charity we own our theatre building and would like to hold a Halloween buffet style party in our foyer. Merge the characters amongst the guests (audience) and make the audience part of the story.
Just wondering if you could direct me to the most appropriate sort of script, with no more than 6 actors taking part.
Hi Craig- I do not have a Halloween themed script however Dying for Chocolate includes a search for a pair of famous lovers so if you want to theme your event on Famous Lovers, that would work famously : ). You could even include megalomaniacs. There is also Gin Joint, which is a WWII mystery so if you wanted to do a theme based on the 1940s, this would work. I am sending you a sample of the mystery to see if that is something that might work for your Amdram group. It is for 6 actors. Please let me know if you have other questions.
Hi Craig – I do not have a Halloween themed script however Dying for Chocolate includes a search for a pair of famous lovers so if you want to theme your event on Famous Lovers, that would work famously : ) You could even include megalomanics. There is also Gin Joint, which is a WWII mystery so if you wanted to do a theme based on the 1940s, this would work.
I am sending you a sample of the mystery to see if that is something that might work for your Amdram group. It is for 6 actors. Please let me know if you have other questions.
Thank you so much for working with my on Kim’s Surprise Party! The crowd loved the performance and had a lot of fun playing along. Your script was so well put together and easy to follow! I can’t thank you enough!
Thanks Maria! It was fun plotting together. And I can’t help but wonder what pasta with cocoa powder would taste like… but not enough to try it. : )
I would like to host a mystery party for 4 girls aged 11, and it is possible to include myself in the game. Do you have anything that I can use for their parts, instructions on how to let the game play out?
Hi Shira – sorry for taking so long to get back to you. It’s fairly simple to come up with something but long to explain it. Can I call you? Email me your number.