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Masquerade & Murder:
An Immersive Experience 


4349 Tujunga Ave. Los Angeles, CA 91604

Wednesday, October 25th at 7:00pm PT

“If you like true crime and theater, then this is the show for you!”

Step into a thrilling world of mystery and intrigue at Retribution Manor's grand masquerade party. Amidst the opulent backdrop of the grand ballroom, costumed guests gather, all bearing the same burning questions: Who invited them here? Who assigned their enigmatic mask colors? And who would dare to host such an extravagant affair in a haunted mansion?

Amidst whispered accusations, a host is murdered, revealing the face of a local journalist. The mansion becomes a sinister prison as doors lock, and ghosts appear.

As a guest, you must uncover the killer's identity and escape the haunted mansion before dawn.

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Murder In The First Chief Theater Critic Role - Broadway Murder Mysteries
Murder In The First Chief Theater Critic Role - Broadway Murder Mysteries

A Few of Our Killer Clients


Why Choose Broadway Murder Mysteries?

At Broadway Murder Mysteries, we offer theatricized murder mystery experiences where you and your guests are a part of the show as either suspicious suspects or sleuthing detectives. 

Our Lead Detective will guide your group through a 90-minute experience where you work together to solve a fictional crime over the course of three rounds of game play. 

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!

Now booking in-person experiences across the country! 

We're Dying to Host Your

Murder Mystery Party

Our Murder Mystery Parties are unique, immersive, theatrical experiences where you and your guests are a part of the show!

Our Lead Detective will turn your guests into suspicious suspects and sleuthing detectives as you work together to solve the crime! But watch out, the killer could be YOU!

Our murder mystery parties are great for corporate team building, office holiday parties, birthdays, and more. We'll have your guests dying for an invite to the next one!

Click the button below to select your theme and book your party directly on our calendar! Instant booking is best for virtual parties.

What Our Killer Audiences Have to Say . . .

Ann S.

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!

Mark F.

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. 

Rebecca L.

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.

Meet The Cast!

Sarah Sutliff (Detective Edwina Drood) is a Brooklyn based actor, director, and immersive theatermaker. Off Broadway Credits: Centipede in James and the Giant Peach (Atlantic Theater Company), Lorena in the original Off Broadway cast of The Big One-Oh! (Atlantic Theater Company). Immersive Theater Credits: Edwin Pauley in Convention (The Irondale Center), Swing in Nellie Bly and the Women of Blackwell (Wildrence), Clio in The Order of the Golden Scribe (The Cell). Sarah is a resident company member with Drama Desk nominated immersive theater company Live In Theater, and is the founder and creative director of What May Come Immersive, currently in residency at the historic Harry Packer Mansion.

Collin Blackard (Billy Bergamont) has performed, developed, and written interactive theater for over a decade. He got his training from Second city, iO Chicago, and the Strasberg Institute. He is a current company member with Drama Desk nominated Live in Theater, and What May Come Immersive. Theater Credits Include: Danny and the Deep Blue Sea, Pirates of Penzance, and many many works of Shakespeare. 

Maki Borden (Trip Fallington) Recent Theater Credits: Our Lady of 121st Street dir. Phylicia Rashad (The Signature), Wolf in the River dir. Adam Rapp and Inanimate (The Flea), and A 24-Decade History of Popular Music dir. Taylor Mac/Niegel Smith (St. Ann's Warehouse), Then They Forgot About The Rest dir. David Mendizábal (Intar). Maki trained at the University of Texas at Austin and with the LAByrinth Theater Company as an Acting Fellow. 

John Wascavange (Matthew Broadneck) Off-Broadway: I Spy A Spy. National Tour/Canadian Premiere: Murder For Two. Regional credits include: A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum (Gulfshore Playhouse); Up And Away, A Grand Night For Singing, and ‘S Wonderful (Pittsburgh CLO); The Cocoanuts (Utah Shakespeare Festival); A New Brain (Front Porch Theatricals); Candide (Quantum Theatre). John also wrote and starred in two web series: SMASH'd, a comedic theatrical clips commentary show for The Stage Network, and What A Drag, now streaming on Dekkoo. Twitter/Instagram: @JohnWascavage

Alison Wein (Idina Mental) is originally from New Jersey and lives in New York. A graduate of NYU Tisch, Alison also studied abroad at RADA. Off Broadway Credits: Drunk Shakespeare and The Importance of Being Earnestly LGBTQ. Television Credits: Investigation Discovery's Mean Girl Murders and multiple national voiceover and on-camera commercials. Alison enjoys producing original work, writing scripts, and appearing in new media projects - especially anything funny.

Imogen Finlayson (Kaitlyn Chinnoweth) trained at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts (New York) and the Cours Florent (Paris). She has been with Broadway Murder Mysteries since Fall 2022. She is currently playing The Twins in The Art of Killin It (Futureproof). Additional Theater Credits: Nightmare Gothic (Teatro SEA), John Wick 3: The Continental Experience (One Hanson), The Woman In Black (Mckittrick Hotel and tour), Which Way to the Ivy Covered Well (Rochester Fringe Festival), A Midsummer Night's Dream (The Hermatige), What May Arise (Rogue Theater Fest), Tamerlane (Poe Fest International) and many more. Film Credits: As They Run, Caprices, The Reunion, The Pack, Suicide Station, Come On Lets Go and more. 

Angela Mansberry (Sienna Stealer) is thrilled to be returning to the stage once again! A breakthrough star on Broadway at age 11, this aging child star and campy killer queen is what your grandpa would call “a hoot and a half”. A drag host, singer, and writer, Angela hosts weekly events at Albatross Bar, Kween, and Alewife Brewing in Astoria and Sunnyside, Queens. She has graced the stages of Madison Square Garden, The Stonewall Inn, The Ditty, Rockbar, and some girl’s grandma’s living room for a Jersey bachelorette party. Favorite roles include Winifred Sanderson in the Avant Garbage production of Hocus Pocus at Icon, Willard in The Strand Theater production of Footloose, and Diesel in the Howell High School production of West Side Story. 4UMom Follow: @AngelaMansberry 

Emma K Campbell (Megan Phan) studied The Classics at Idyllwild Arts Academy, Opera at Interlochen and Shakespeare at Sir Paul McCartney’s LIPA in the U.K. Immersive Theater Credits: Touring company of Off-Broadway’s The Greatest Pirate Story Never Told, America Immersion Theater, What May Come Immersive, and Broadway Murder Mysteries. When not fulfilling her desire to be Lucille Ball you can find her singing the National Anthem at Sky Blue Soccer or Road Runner Events, and she has opened for Broadway star Melissa Errico. She has performed in concerts alongside the likes of Yo-Yo Ma, Andrea Martin, Debra Monk, and Neil Sedaka.

Samuel Van Wyk (Understudy) is an actor/improvisor based out of NYC. He is a senior company member with New York Improv Theatre and Comedy Sportz NYC. Besides working as a performer and host with these companies, he also teaches corporate improv training. Favorite roles on stage include Hal in “Proof”, Malcolm in “The Full Monty”, and Snoopy in “You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown!”

Kai Koren (Understudy) is ecstatic to be making her Off-Broadway debut with Broadway Murder Mysteries! By day she plays Disney Princesses at children's birthday parties, by night you might catch her singing at Cast Party Open Mic at Birdland Jazz Club. She has performed musical theater and jazz all across South Florida, bringing her to venues such as the Palladium and Carnegie Hall. Currently attending Marymount Manhattan College for Acting and Film Production, she would like to thank Sarah and the rest of the cast for giving her this opportunity.

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