Murder mysteries and the Roaring 20's go together like speakeasies and flasks! Whether it's dressing like flappers or the association with flouting the law, people love the 20s to let loose and have a great time! Our Alderman theme divides the room into North and South Sides and brings on the fun!
Having a collection of mobsters in your midst allows people to have a fun evening of escape from the everyday. We have a collection of themes with mobsters from modern to the 40's and the 20's. Simply call to discuss what kind of party you'd like to have.
We have a variety of scenarios where a millionaire has rubbed people the wrong way. We can easily adjust his source of wealth to not associate him with people in the room. Members of his entourage want him dead and the audience is asked to solve the crime.
Our own take on the spy genre has the death of 008. The Spy Who Liked Me was always playing second fiddle to his more famous counterpart and his retirement party is filled with seldom do wells that are equally as second-class. The night is filled with fun and frivolity as the audience solves the case.
While we often will perform for weddings, in the case of the gala, we are usually talking about having a show where we have a made up wedding to entertain the crowd. The funny family members entertain the crowd and this can lead to a murder to solve. This can also be done without the murder with just having a fun time in mind.
Let us come up with something to match your theme. We've done everything from a Versace Murder or masquerade ball, to Giligan's Island or Hawaii Five-0. Our clients approach us and ask us to create something unique for them and we're more than happy to oblige. Challenge us and let's see what we can develop for your group!
Include the size of your space, how many people you think might attend, potential dates you have an interest in, and any special concerns or requests.
Our staff works hard to make certain that all details are ironed out and that you understand the process prior to any agreement
We will explain themes, timing, dining considerations, sound, lighting and stage equipment needed (which are not usually included in our proposal), payment methods and timing, etc. This will allow us to prepare a 3 page proposal for your event. Page 1 is a cover letter. Page 2 is the actual contract. Page 3 is a credit card form just in case you choose to pay by that method, though often checks are the more popular option.