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 today’s Groupon to a two-hour dinner and whodunit performance by The Murder Mystery Company at French Creek Manor in Snohomish. Choose between the following options:
- For $28, you get one dinner-and-performance ticket (a $60 value).
- For $55, you get two dinner-and-performance tickets (a $120 value).
Additional dates may be added, see schedule.
The Murder Mystery Company forces diners to discover latent detective skills during an evening of faux fatalities that unfold over a three-course meal. Between an introductory garden salad and a clandestine epilogue of a fittingly secretive dessert surprise, guests nosh on their choice of flatiron steak, chicken picate, or pasta primavera. The sudden death of one of the waitstaff 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.
Though drinks are not included with this Groupon, investigators can indulge in numerous drink specials. Afterward, each participant will receive a photographic slide show of the performance to put in their case file or show at their next Clue fan-club meeting.
The Murder Mystery Company
It's not every day that a dinner with friends risks a murder accusation. That's a good possibility for the guests of The Murder Mystery Company, who find themselves in the middle of a investigation for which any one of them could stand accused by a hapless detective. During each interactive dinner, the company's troupe of professional improv actors ignites the dining room with entertaining outbursts and hilarious one-liners in an effort to divulge clues and redirect guilt. Meanwhile, guests work together to sniff out the real culprit, which is definitely not the school janitor in a mask. Birthday parties, bachelorette celebrations, and corporate events can also get in on the interactive action by scheduling a private murder-mystery dinner.
Learn how to play along and how to look for clues. Lesson one: everyone's a suspect.