Dawn Black, NDP
– New Westminster-Coquitlam-Burnaby

Thank you so much for providing the entertainment for our St Patrick’s fundraiser. Your murder mystery troupe did an excellent job, and everyone enjoyed the action.

You did a fantastic job of taking our suggestions and putting together a funny, fast and politically murderous script. Your actors brought the show to life, mingling among the guests, breaking into song, and putting on hilarious scenes. Finding myself a potential victim in the final scene was definitely a surprise, but I managed to escape in the big shoot-out. It nicely wrapped up a bang-up performance. Your standing ovation was well-deserved.

I would highly recommend your variety of entertainment for anyone looking to spice up an event with some wonderful, slightly twisted comedy. I wish you the best of luck!

Radium Public Library – Radium Hot Springs BC
Jest For Fun – April Fools Mystery

Produced to help raise awareness of the Radium Hot Springs Public Library, with local talent – great people who stepped in as actors because, What the heck why not?” And how often can you crack a raw egg on someone’s head and get away with it?

Thank you for creating ‘Jest for Fun’ such an entertaining murder mystery. As you know, we had to turn people away as there wasn’t an empty seat in the ‘house’. It was a witty production that engaged the whole audience. Much laughter erupted throughout the evening.

Many thanks to you and your Mystery Factory team. The night was a great success for the Radium Hot Spring Public Library’s Awareness Campaign. We look forward to working with you again.

Prescott College Elks Theater – Prescott AZ

It is a pleasure to recommend Juanita Violini of Masterpiece Mysterys. Juanita wrote and directed the ‘Phantom of the Elks’ to benefit the Prescott College Elks Theater. We sold out and had to turn people away. Everyone had a marvellous time.

The Centennial Museum Society of Canmore

– The Centennial Museum Society of Canmore  – Canmore AB

On behalf of The Centennial Museum Society of Canmore and the special committee that organized the Mountie History Mystery, I would like to take this opportunity to thank you for your support and participation in this very successful evening. Your ability to incorporate real historical characters into a truly entertaining murder scenario was very ingenious. We are very impressed with your skills and persistence in creating a first-class production. As you know, the event was sold out well in advance. These funds will be used for the next phase of the restoration of the North West Mounted Police Barracks in Canmore.

I was very impressed with your ability to instill a sense of excitement and confidence in our organzing committee at our first committee meeting. It was really an enjoyable experience for all of us to work with you, especially because you were able to convince us of what a great idea this was, and then formulate a solid plan for us to follow. With your guidance, enormous participation and dedication, we feel very satisfied with the success of our first Mountie History Mystery Night and we all had fun, too. Our guest were already asking for the next one at the close of a truly successful evening.
Vi Sandford, President, Museum Society of Canmore

 Columbia Valley Arts – Invermere BC

I am writing on behalf of the Board of CV Arts to express our appreciation for your production and direction of the CasaPynelogs Murder Mystery. I have had nothing but glowing comments from anyone who attended the Dinner Theatre.

From our initial discussions through the final event, I very much appreciated your insight and recommendations on how best to proceed. From the questions of actors (your recommendations to use local folks was wonderful – they were great and the audience felt encouraged to participate more actively) through advertising (the poster was a real eye-catcher), the script and rehearsals (actors felt very affirmed that the show would work well) to the final event which was delightfully hilarious, your professional approach gave us all confidence. And the bottom line is that was raised almost $4000 for CV Arts.
Chris Evans, President

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