Comedy Murder Mystery

“Pat and Adam were great to work with and hilarious! Everyone who came out really enjoyed the event and people even talked to me the next day to say how much fun they had! I would highly recommend this for future years at UAB.”

-Danielle Florey, Michigan State University

Comedy Murder Mystery

Highlights:

-Detectives lead the audience as they become suspects in the ultimate mystery

-Each show is completely different

-Themed shows make it perfect for any event

Bio:

“Comedy Murder Mystery” is the hot new show from Mission IMPROVable’s Comedy’s Most Wanted! Using elements of short-form improv and group games, the detectives will lead the audience as they become suspects in the ultimate mystery that will engage and excite any crowd.

Led by the detectives, the interactive mystery will unfold using the clues generated by the audience to decide who had the means, motive and opportunity to commit the crime.  You won’t know the murderer until the audience decides who committed the crime.

The show can work with any size crowd, from 25-200, we involve every student to find out the murderer. We break down it the into three engaging and hilarious acts.

Act One
Everyone getting a secret identity and an interrogation form. Asking questions to find out who is suspicious and creating your own unique alibi.
Act Two
Using students accusations the Comedy Detectives bring up suspects and run them thur improvisational games to prove their innocence! The crowd decides who gets released and who gets added to our expanding police line up.
Act Three
We take our final suspects and everyone generates a theory. The best scenarios are used for ‘Crime Scene Reenactments’, dividing the audience into all those brave enough to take the stage with the potential killers and see who is guilty! “
Any event can get a custom theme.  “Heartbreak in the Roaring 20’s” and “Discount Elegant” are two that work great at schools. You won’t know the murderer until the audience decides who committed the crime!

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Reviews:

“I just want to thank you again for such a fantastic show! You guys were great and I hope you enjoyed your experience here at Bucknell. I hope we will have a chance to work together again some day.” – Nikki Lazarus, Bucknell University