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8 Suspects

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Opening Scene

There's trouble in paradise!

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How long will it take to orchestrate the mystery?

This mystery is designed to be an afternoon's or evening's entertainment. Give yourself two hours to stage it.


What should the set look like?

The mystery takes place in a hotel lounge.  A real lounge would be the perfect setting, but you can create a set  for the performance.


How much involvement does the audience have in the mystery?

The mystery is highly interactive. After the opening scene, the suspects mingle with the audience members to answer questions in character.


How large should the audience be?

Much of this will depend upon your cast's ability to field questions effectively. An audience of up to 80 will be able to ask questions without feeling crowded.


The Theatrical Version is designed to be performed by a troupe of actors in an interactive setting. Included in the kit are:

  • Complete step-by-step instructions of how to stage the production.


  • ​An opening scene lasting 12 to 15 minutes that will be staged to start the investigation.


  • ​Back stories for all of the suspects.


  • ​​​A Special Edition of The Grass Skirt, the local newspaper, with the story of Winnie Waheli's death. (Remember: the investigation takes place the day Winnie Waheli's body was found on Kikiwai Beach.)


  • ​Key supporting information such as 24 individual clues and a police report.


  • ​​An answer sheet.


  • ​​And, of course, the Denouement, the solution to the case that is delivered by the Police Chief at the end of the mystery.


​You'll have everything you need to create a murder mystery production that will be talked about for years!