Hosting a murder mystery party doesn’t have to be difficult . . . let us take care of all the planning so that you and your guests can have the time of your life!
All you have to do is bring the guests and we’ll turn them into suspicious characters and sleuthing detectives for the evening!
With dozens of signature murder mystery party games to choose from, you’re sure to find the perfect theme for your group whether it’s a corporate event, birthday, holiday party, or special occasion!
Our professional host will transport your group to a different time and place as you work through rounds of questions and answers from suspects, mix and mingle, and ultimately make your accusations.
All our private parties are guaranteed to be a killer time!
“Thank you to the entire crew at Broadway Murder Mysteries. Everyone has been so wonderful, responsive and thorough, and this has, by far, been the easiest holiday party to coordinate!” - Ann S.
“Thank you so much for that and thank you for your level of professionalism with such an unruly bunch of people. Ontario is under a complete stay at home order due to such high covid cases and it was just what everyone needed to blow off some steam. Cannot thank you enough.” - Rebecca L.
“We had such a great time last Thursday at our murder mystery party! We have a few other team and clients that are interested in using you all for an event as well!” - Lauren S.
“OMG what a fabulous time we had. Our host was amazing. Couldn't imagine a better birthday event. I say run don't walk and book them for your next event. From beginning to end it was great, professional, and well worth every penny. I am still over the moon.” - Patty F.
All our private and corporate murder mystery parties are planned by our party planner to make the process painless and easy!
Your host, a professional actor who plays the role of the lead detective, will show up in costume ready to facilitate the game play and ensure everyone in your group understands the rules before diving into the three rounds. Each round begins with the reveal of a new piece of evidence, followed by a series of questions and answers amongst the suspects present. Your host will make your party a killer success by guiding your guests through the storyline and interrogations to keep the party flowing. Once all the evidence has been revealed, your host will encourage engagement by asking who everyone believes committed the crime before the killer is finally revealed. They can even hand out awards at the end and are always happy to take a group photo if desired!
At Broadway Murder Mysteries, our parties are an interactive immersive experience designed to engage your group and trigger their creative side. Our professional hosts are fully costumed and we encourage your guests to show up dressed for the theme or use some of our light props and costumes provided.
Our parties are great for groups of four to 200+ people and our signature themes allow for flexibility in group size. You never need to worry about your mystery being ruined if someone cancels at the last minute because the killer is assigned in secret at the start of the game!
While we believe it’s always more fun to be the start of the show, your guests can absolutely have a killer time taking a supporting role as one of our “junior detectives” who participate by asking questions, perusing evidence, and guessing who the killer is at the end.
This type of role is great for folks who don’t care to dress up or are nervous to read from a script. We totally get it! Our team doesn’t get stage fright, but we know not everyone feels the same. We’ll never put someone in the spotlight who doesn’t want to be, but we do always encourage interaction and engagement amongst the group to make your party super fun!
Our goal is to have your guests dying to attend your next murder mystery event!
All our virtual murder mystery parties are planned by our party planner to make the process painless and easy! We take care of sending all the materials and information your guests need by email in advance so that everyone can show up ready to play! Our professional host will ensure everyone understands how to play before they guide your group seamlessly through the three rounds of the game. Your group may be broken out into breakout rooms for private side discussions with the suspects or kept together in one room depending on the size of your group.
Your host will make your party a killer success by guiding your guests through the storyline and interrogations to keep the party flowing. Once all the evidence has been revealed, your host will encourage engagement by asking who everyone believes committed the crime before the killer is finally revealed. They can even hand out awards at the end and are always happy to take a group photo if desired!
We currently offer 5 of our murder mystery games for in person parites, including:
We currently offer all 27 of our games for virtual parties! Our most requested themes are:
An event with Broadway Murder Mysteries is an engaging, fun and interactive experience that will have your team laughing and working together to solve a fictional mystery.
Our parties are great for corporate team building and also a fun excuse to get together and mingle with other people in your company. Especially since many companies have employees who work from home or even across the country (or globe), it’s a great chance to get your team together in person or virtually to build a sense of community and thank them for their hard work.
CHOOSE FROM ANY OF OUR TOP RATED MURDER MYSTERY GAMES BELOW AND BOOK YOUR DATE AND TIME DIRECTLY ON OUR CALENDAR!
The Tasty-Ful Design Company’s holiday office party is swinging—as well as a party can when it’s held in the breakroom on a Friday afternoon. And when everyone, from the VP down to the Security Guard, is decked out for an “Ugly Sweater” contest.
But things are about to get uglier, as someone peeks into the copy room and finds Nepo Tasty, the owner’s nephew, strangled with the sleeves of his own sweater.
Who would do such an ugly thing on such a festive occasion? It could have one of the employees that Nepo had insulted. It could have been someone who was jealous of his place in the owner’s affections.
And ugliest of all—it could have been YOU!
It’s 1985, and real estate developer and “entrepreneur” Whit Wiley has just cut the ribbon opening the newest marvel in his shopping mall empire: the Wiley Waterside Galleria Mall in Malibu. Whit was to top the Forbes list of most rich and powerful men of 1985 - until he washed up in the mall fountain, strangled by his skinny tie.
Who could be responsible for the murder of this influential businessman? Was it his first wife Willhemina Wiley, seeking revenge for Whit Wiley's many extramarital affairs? Was it local super shopper Connie Sumer, angry over the Galleria’s inflated scrunchie prices? Or was it fashion designer Cal Von Cline, who objected to Wiley's appallingly gaudy bad taste?
Time to whip out that credit card and tease that hair as big as it can go - we’re shopping for a murderer in 80’s Mall Murder Madness!
It’s opening night of Murder in the First on Broadway, and nerves are high. The cast and crew are all a buzz backstage with the excitement of the lights, the sounds - and the dead body of big-shot Broadway Producer. There lies Jack Bialystock, shot in the back center stage before the curtain could rise.
Was the murderer a cast member, like Anita Part who’s making her Broadway debut tonight, or seasoned performer Sienna Stealer? Was it the sleazy casting director Colin Back, or a member of the audience like Megan Phan who somehow wandered backstage?
There’s only one way to find out: play the game Bullets on Broadway! But hold onto your overpriced wine—the murderer may be YOU!
It’s 1923, and the speakeasy is packed for the birthday party of Al Spumoni, the world-famous bootlegger and ice cream tycoon. A waiter dims the lights for Al to blow out the candles on his cake. When the lights come back up, Al toasts the crowd, takes one sip of his special drink, then chokes and dies.
Who poisoned Al’s bathtub gin while the lights were out? Was it one of the gangsters in the room? A high-kicking flapper? A visiting silent film star? Or could it have been—YOU?