The Million Dollar Murder

Your presence is requested at the reading of the will for the recently deceased, multi-billionaire, Senior Meene. First in line for the bulk of the estate, seems to be his only child, Junior Meene. What about Miss Finch, the young wife grieving widow or devious gold digger? Also in attendance are Professor Prune, scientific genius and distinguished allergist; Colonel Dippinsaus, noted adventurer and bon vivant and Mrs. Off-White, domestic servant and accredited psychic. Super Pollen, secret identities and torrid love triangles all contribute to this evenings suspense, mystery and dare we say murder!

Murder in Dead Man's Gulch

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The setting is "Dead Man's Gulch". Buckhorn Bob, "the greatest promoter of all times", is hosting his fund-raiser-talent-search at "Lilly Rose's Saloon and Dance Hall"—and you can bet that spells E-X-C-I-T-E-M-E-N-T! In addition to Buckhorn Bob and the infamous, Lilly Rose—keep your eyes peeled for Molly Brown, the notorious Soapy Smith and Ol' Geezer the miner! Tempers are wearing thin and anything can happen!

Murder in the Roaring Twenties

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It's 1925, and you have been invited to see the amazing English mentalist, Mr. Cliff Worthington in Johnny Bosco's speakeasy club. Keep aware, however, because there may be a murder and you might be called upon to help solve the crime!

Remember to wear your gangster, flapper and other 1920's attire!

High Stakes Heist: an Intimate Parlor Mystery

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High Stakes Heist: an Intimate Parlor Mystery

You're invited to a lecture by a professor who teaches "Criminology and the Psyche of the Criminal Mind", when suddenly the dinner and the event take a totally different turn. You find yourself right in the middle of a crime investigation and the people next to you may not be who they say they are! This intimate intrigue takes place in Adams Mystery Playhouse's creepy Victorian dining room, The William Simpson Room. Come delight, if you dare.

WARNING: may be harmful to people who don't want a night of superior fun; small group comprised of only ten to fourteen people; critical thinking welcomed.

Murder on the Gold Dust Trail: Role Playing Mystery

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Do you have a group of people who love our Comedy Mysteries and would like to get a little more involved in the action? Our one-of-a-kind Role Playing Mysteries are perfect for you and your group! Adams Mystery Playhouse now gives you the opportunity to create a crime, solve a crime and become someone else while doing it. Our Role Playing Mysteries are designed so that every member of your group may take an active role, and play a character in the evening's festivities, to fulfill your expectations for non-stop fun and zaniness. It's the perfect entertainment for your next intimate group gathering or corporate event.

How Does It Work?
We send you brief character descriptions and costume suggestions for each guest. Upon entering the room everyone becomes a suspect. One to three of our finest professional actors comes to you to facilitate the entire mystery event, and help guide the mayhem, discover clues and keep the action rolling. Your group will solve the crime and figure out WHODUNIT! With all these unsavory characters in one room. Anything can happen!

Your guests get character descriptions, dress up in Costumes … AND HAVE A BALL!

Our Role Playing Mysteries are especially designed for smaller, intimate gatherings of 10 to 20 people thus giving everyone a real opportunity to play a role and be involved!

Also available (for role playing) Who's Got a Clue?

We can arrange the entire Mystery Dinner Party here at Adams Mystery Playhouse,
or come to a venue or location of your choice.

The Game's Afoot

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It's 1922 and Big Al has been running the streets for over a decade. Turns out Big Bad Al isn't as invincible as we all thought. His most prized possession, a Gem valued at $40 million dollars, has been stolen! The Police Department has no leads and is looking for top-notch detectives to solve the crime! It will be up to you and your team to find the culprit.

Feel free to wear 1920s "flapper" attire!
A scavenger hunt-like event that is perfect for festivals, merchant associations, and any other free-to-roam events.

Call us at (303) 462-3400 to book any of the above Mysteries
for your next Corporate event, Private Party or Friends and Family Gathering!

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