improv can be Murder in Louisville ! ! !
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THEY improv for a customized show just for you. Yes, the perfect
capper for any event is a customized Louisville murder mystery
dinner show written just for the group and venue involved.
Perfect for teambuilding
corporate events, weddings, family gatherings, dinners or
Actors from THEY improv come
together and set up a Louisville murder mystery dinner show that the audience helps to
solve. Interacting directly with the participants of the event,
partygoers help examine clues, evaluate witnesses and alibis,
choose from a variety of suspects and determine the culprit.
Once THEY begin, your audience will meet and talk with the crazy
cast of characters, witness a crime and then work to solve the
crime, all without CSI's crime lab! Laugh along with our professional, but bizarre, crime solver, as audience members help him interrogate suspects and work his way through the winding maze of clues. This often makes audience members shine, which is perfect for meetings and incentives gatherings, leaving employees with a sense of being appreciated.
the scripts can be adjusted to bring your audience members under
suspicion of being the culprits. Information known about their
past can be intertwined to simply dig them deeper into the Louisville murder
mystery dinner show plot.
Because every corporate event and private party is custom designed
you have to contact THEY improv directly to receive a quote.
Contact us today to learn about how THEY improv can bring
you the Louisville murder mystery dinner show that will have all your friends talking
about for years!
THEY improv is proud to serve all of the Ville including downtown, NuLu, Clifton, Butchertown, Crescent Hill, East End, West End, Restaurant Row, the Highlands, Shawnee, Chickasaw, Hurstbourne, South Central, Germantown and Southern Indiana.
Email us at info@THEYimprov.com or call (866) 219-4FUN (219-4386). THEY improv will then discuss your needs and come up with a show that will have everyone remembering the night that THEY improv'd.