Monthly Archives: September 2014

Prime Suspect Mystery Game- Hollywood Homicide in Wheaton, IL

Prime Suspect Myster Shop ThatreIt was 21 years ago today (September 24, 1993) that we performed our first Prime Suspect mystery game: HOLLYWOOD HOMICIDE. It was for a private party in Wheaton, written by Mystery Shop playwright Tom Rieser, and it’s one of our most popular programs.

You’re a producer, director, actress or actor. Maybe you’re a success, maybe not. If your movie is a success, you can get many times the return on your investment. If your movie is NOT a success, oh well, that’s show biz!

As the success or failure revealed, more facts about a murder surface. The audience uses this evidence to determine the PrimPrime Suspect Mystery Theatree Suspect.

You don’t just watch this performance – you experience it, through total audience participation. One thing is certain – a murder has been committed and you’re involved. Can you discover the PRIME SUSPECT?

To book this show for your party, contact us at 630-690-1105. We’ll be happy to “clue” you in!

 

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Happy Birthday, Agatha Christie the “Queen of Mystery”

Agatha Christie was born 124 years ago today (September 15, 1890). This beloved playwright and author was justifiably nicknamed “Queen of Mystery” and “Queen of Crime.” The following is from www.Biography.com Agatha Christie was a mystery writer who was one of the world’s top-selling authors with works like Murder on the Orient Express and The… Continue Reading…

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School Assembly Showcase – Chicago Suburbs

It’s almost time for this year’s PREMIER SHOWCASE Find the best educational performers for your next school assembly, including The Mystery Shop’s interactive mysteries. It’s Not a Crime to Grow Kids’ Minds Our booth is Booth #3, and Page #60 in your program guide We hope to see you there! What is The Mystery Shop?… Continue Reading…

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