THEY improv provides mix-and-mingle events for country club member events where people play the characters in a murder mystery clue party where they interact and answer questions.

For country clubs, we have a variety of options to help entertain members while getting them to know each other better.

We are known for performing large banquets and murder mystery dinners for country club member entertainment, but sometimes a group is smaller and wants simple fun. They want to break the ice and get everyone talking to one another. Likewise, sometimes budgets can't afford the larger events where bringing 4-7 actors would be simply too costly.

For smaller groups, THEY improv has a variety of Clue-styled parties that are tailored to fit the group involved. This is a custom-built murder mystery party for your group with a professional comedian facilitating the evening and making sure that everyone has a good time. With our emcee watching over your group, the attendees are pitted against one of their own, a murderer, who works to get away with murder! If someone solves the crime, the murderer is found and the super sleuth gets a prize. If the murderer gets away with it, he or she gets the prize instead! Additionally, a prize is given to the best actor/actress in your group.

Essentially a "Clue Party", this is a great way to force everyone to talk to everyone else. This means that it's a great ice breaker and helps foster a more communicative community. A great game for smaller groups (15-50) that are looking for unique entertainment. If this doesn't meet your needs, you should contact us anyway and we likely have an option that would work for your group.

Some Scenarios:
The Millionaire's Mansion: (fits most occasions)
You are going to the estate of a multi-millionaire for the social event of the season. Various characters are there for various reasons. Some on business, some for pleasure, and some for more sinister reasons or even employees of the estate.

Celebrity Murder: (allows people to play celebrities for fun)
At a popular talk show hosts' guest appreciation party, the most popular guests or friend/celebrities become the prime suspects in the murder. The attendees get to take on celebrity roles to play them to comedic effect or even pushing their ability to perform impressions. A sure way to get people to break out of their shell and have a great time.

The Yacht Plot: (murder at sea that does not require being aboard ship)
Death on the waves results in your attendees all becoming suspects in the murder of a popular multi-millionaire. With a variety of celebrities, employees, and other colorful characters involved, its a great time for those involved.

The Dead Don: (murder in the mob...need we say more?)
Your attendees take on the role of various people invited the party of a reputed mob boss that...let's say...takes an early retirement this evening. Why involve the cops? Time to solve the murder yourselves!

A Shot of Wine: (murder at a wine tasting at a millionaire's mansion) Your attendees have all been invited to a wine tasting at the home of a millionaire. The corks aren't the only things that get popped. If only the victim could still breathe like the wine, or still continue to age.

Others:
We have come up with many other scenarios involving spies, haunted houses, holiday parties and many many more. These themes are sometimes aimed at specific age groups and can work for your group.

Time Warps:
The Speakeasy Slaughter: (murder in the 20's)
A murder of the owner of a speakeasy leads to an investigation by your attendees...a collective group of people that are all doing things that they shouldn't be. Who is the culprit?

The Rest In Peace Rally: (murder in the 70's)
Among your free love attendees is a murderer. By talking to each other, maybe you can find the murderer in your midst. After all, better that your group find the murderer than have the man get involved.

80's Rock Murder: (music television has never seen so much mayhem)
The murder of a music TV mogul leads to an investigation of your attendees playing a variety of characters straight out of the 80's. A sure good time for children of the 80's or others who would just enjoy playing characters from a cool time gone by.

Additional Scenarios:
We have a wide array of additional scenarios. If you have a specific theme in mind and if you don't see them above simply ask. We might already have it available, or we can develop customized scenarios for you for an additional fee.

We can provide our services throughout the nation including areas such as Los Angeles in Southern California, San Francisco in Northern California, Scottsdale and Tucson in Arizona, the DFW area, Austin, San Antonio, Houston, Oklahoma, the Gulf Coast, Southwest Florida, Central Florida, South Florida, North Florida, Georgia, South Carolina, North Carolina, Virginia, Washington DC, Maryland, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, New York City, Westchester County, Long Island, New York State, Fairfield County and Hartford in Connecticut, Chicago, Milwaukee, the Midwest, Ohio, Idaho, Washington State, Oregon, Nevada, Salt Lake City in Utah, Hawaii as well as everywhere else in all 50 states.

Contact us to find out the variety of shows available and how hiring us is a winning proposition for everyone. Email us at info@CountryClubImprov.com or by phone at (866) 219-4386.

Learning More is as Simple as 1 - 2 - 3

Follow these simple steps

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Call 866-219-4386 or email us at info@CountryClubImprov.com

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.

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Review the options and clarify any details

Our staff works hard to make certain that all details are ironed out and that you understand the process prior to any agreement

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Verify final details for a proposal

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.