You Have the Right to Remain Dead: Audience-participation mystery/comedy
By: Cook, PatPublisher: Dramatic Publishing Company 2000Subject(s): Comedy
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comedy - murder mystery
five male; five female
'You've just settled down in a theatre to solve an audience-participation murder mystery. The narrator comes out and gives you a few 'ins and outs' on what to look for in the play. The show starts and you meet with Fat Daddy, a rich but vindictive southern gentleman with an equally conniving and scheming family. So you know who's going to die right? But who will the murderer be? Will it be Sweet Mama, Daddy's pandering wife; Hyacinth, the daughter who's always cleaning the family firearms; or Clete, the sullen Handyman who, for some reason, is in the will? Then Fat Daddy is discovered, dead as a hammer. Except the corpse isn't Daddy's - it's the narrator's!'