Life is full of unanswered questions, such as who really built the pyramids, where swiss cheese gets its holes, and what the "J" in Michael J. Fox stands for. Get to the bottom of a solvable mystery with this Groupon to The Murder Mystery Company at Edison’s and Eddie Deen's Ranch. Choose between the following options:
- For $29, you get a two-hour murder-mystery dinner for one (a $60 value).
- For $57, you get a two-hour murder-mystery dinner for two (a $120 value).
See the schedule for upcoming show dates; more may be added.
The Murder Mystery Company’s Totally '80s, Totally Murder forces diners to discover latent detective skills during an evening of faux fatalities that unfold over a three-course meal. Between an introductory spring salad and a clandestine epilogue of a fittingly secretive dessert surprise, guests nosh on fare such as beef topped with au jus sauce and accompanied by vegetables and potatoes, grilled chicken breast in mushroom sauce served with broccoli norman on a bed of rice, or vegetarian baked ziti. A sudden death interrupts the feasting, and a hapless detective arrives to accuse one of the audience members. Tablemates work together to clear their good names and allocate blame on whoever took the last biscuit, slyly sleuthing and sorting out clues while scanning the room for guilty eyes and ready-to-flee hairpieces.
Although drinks are not included with this Groupon, investigators can indulge in numerous drink specials. Afterward, each participant will receive a photographic slideshow of the performance to put in their case file or show at their next Clue fan-club meeting. In April, The Murder Mystery Company will begin performing Wanted Dead or Alive.
The Murder Mystery Company
The Murder Mystery Company's talented troupe of improv actors performs live-action murder mysteries at public and private events to sharpen guests' latent detective skills. Throughout the play, the cast drops hints and misdirects blame, inviting audience members to get involved in a web of intrigue and hilarity. Besides public dinner parties, murder mysteries can unfold during corporate events, team-building exercises, and birthday parties for aging Sherlock Holmes impersonators.