Mystery dinner

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A mystery dinner is a popular type of dinner theater in which the play is a murder mystery, and the diners are invited to solve the mystery as they eat and watch the play. In many mystery dinners, there is no separate stage from the eating area; instead, the actors are mixed in with the diners — and often improvise dialog with diners — creating a more immersive atmosphere.[1][2]

There are numerous mystery dinner theaters throughout the United States and United Kingdom, these are established venues that provide public shows. There are also kits available for "hosting your own murder mystery dinner" at home, as well as troupes of actors who perform (and cater) private shows, or mystery dinners, in client's homes.

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  1. ^ Wade Luquet A1 and Debra Wetcher-Hendricks "Teaching Social Interactions and Social Structure Through Party Behavior" College Teaching Volume 53, Number 4 / Fall 2005 doi:10.3200/CTCH.53.4.152-154
  2. ^ Catherine Cavanaugh Development and management of virtual schools: issues and trends Hershey, PA [u.a.] Information Science Publ. 2004 ch. 6

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