The Comical Mystery Tour represents a "New Dimension" in theater. We offer hilarious murder mystery shows that are as interactive as you want them to be. If you want to be a part of it, we'll give you lines or break the fourth wall and include you in a conversation. If you'd prefer to just watch, we'll do our best to make you laugh and enjoy the evening.
We are not doing any shows until the Covid 19 pandemic is under control. We wish everyone a safe time and will post as soon as it is safe to have shows again.
All of our murder mystery shows are fully scripted. Although the actors are required to be experienced (and adept) at improvisation, and interaction with the audience is a must for a successful murder mystery, there is nevertheless a set structure to the show. The Comical Mystery Tour believes that the best murder mysteries have a beginning, middle, and end.
All our dinner theater shows are fully rehearsed. Although our actors are very experienced, they still need practice.
All of our dinner theater shows are interactive comedies. Participation includes questioning suspects, contests, reading lines or possibly even playing a role.
Our shows are definitely geared towards adult audiences. We walk the line of innuendo and if the audience takes us over, we go with the flow. If there are children present, we check with the parents to make sure they are OK with "going there." Most of the time, the kids get the jokes before the adults or it goes right over their heads. Nothing we do is any worse than anything they can see on television.
The Comical Mystery Tour's shows are not for everyone. If you want to see a straight laced "who done it", you shouldn't come. If you want to see some flirting, some jokes, some singing and have a lot of laughs, our shows are for you. They have thoughtful humor, but also a lot of slapstick and "in your face" humor. We just want our audience to let go of the thoughts for the day and come along for a ride of laughter with a little intrigue thrown in for kicks. One of the things we like to hear is when someone says "I really didn't think I would like theater, but this was a blast. It wasn't anything like I expected.