Customer service at the actually event located in Eastpointe Michigan.
My kindergartner could of done a better job. The cast members didn't seem to know what they were doing. One person played 2 separate characters, and didn't know what he was doing with either character.
The best part of the night is when the play ended.
Very fun and entertaining...food was not bad either.
Very professional and get story line.
Very fun night! It was a great escape from the ordinary. Food was decent.
Not very organized, couldn’t hear half of the show, poor use of the PA system. The actors used from the general public were horrible, a detriment to the show, made the experience much worse. Had fun, but mostly due to the people we sat with. May try it again, but the presentation needs a lot of work. And our script book didn’t match the presentation.
The food was pretty good. Acting was pretty cheesy (which made it fun and funny). Good enough plot twist. Overall a good experience, I'd do it again
Food was great! Enjoyed the people at our table. Everyone mixed well and participated. The event itself seemed unorganized. We purchased our tickers through Groupon. Full price would be a rip-off.
I didn't go I bought it for my daughter and she said the food was good but the actors were awful and didn't know which role they were playing. She did say she had a good time.
They were very engaging and inclusive. The food was good too. We had a blast! I would go again.
From Our Editors
Murder-mystery dinners begin innocently enough—guests arrive to mingle amid drinks and quiet conversation. As diners munch away, a sudden death interrupts the feasting. A detective arrives to determine who the killer is, inevitably laying blame on one of the audience members. Tablemates must work together to prove their innocence and find the real killer through an interactive performance full of hilarious suspects and eye-catching costumes, all the while dining on the included three-course meal and taking advantage of drink specials. The show’s comedy and clues are generally designed for a PG/PG-13 audience, but since each show is improvised, the actors can easily tone down the subject matter if the audience skews younger.
The Murder Mystery Co.