California’s AWARD-WINNING “Best Murder Mystery Show”
Murder Mystery Dinner Show tailored to your group size. YOU provide the party location and food; WE supply the entertainment!
- 5-Star YELP rating beats all competition!
- Murder Mystery Parties for 12 – 175 guests
- Professional Movie and TV Actors perform
- Original plots, Authentic Police crime tools
- Wireless mics, Music, Sound FX, PA used
- Your Option: Use some of your own actors
- Insured up to $2,000,000 Million Liability
Over 8,000 Shows Performed Since 1972
Our Murder Productions Company has won the “Hall of Fame” award for delivering the Best Murder Mystery Dinner Theater Show in California three years in a row. Click on any award thumbnail photo [above] to read press releases and news articles.
The San Francisco Review Board awards trophies based upon several professional criteria. In the news release sent out to the press and the internet world-wide, the impartial review board states, “This company enhances business through service to their customers and our community. These exceptional companies help make the San Francisco Bay Area as well as California a great place to live, work and play.” Other award recipients for 2014: Intuit Corp., Edward Jones, Best Buy, Trump Palace, Microsoft Store, INC. Magazine, Dollar Rent-A-Car, Merrill Lynch, American Red Cross, and Dyson Corp.
We are proud of our long established reputation for producing the best Murder Mystery Shows in California. This is supported by 1) the awards we have won, 2) hundreds of referral letters and testimonials we have been sent from past clients, 3) newspaper reviews, and 4) YELP reviews.
We invite you to click on the small YELP logo at the left to see our CURRENT reviews of shows we have performed. YELP accidentally deleted over 20 previous YELP reviews. Yelp’s policy is not to restore reviews even though YELP personnel erred.
“A Higher-Caliber Murder Mystery Show”
The majority of our clients are Corporations with personnel from all over the world. Audiences at our corporate shows are comprised of CEO’s, top management personnel and all departmental levels of administration, marketing, sales, training, and human resources. These Silicon Valley companies and Fortune 500 firms demand an optimum performance from vendors they hire, and on this level, we always meet and exceed their expectations.
We are one of a very few national entertainment companies that can boast a perfect track record of highly rated shows all the way back to the early 1970’s! Our scripts are a seasoned combination of intelligent plots, humor and logical forensics evidence. The actors performing in our shows are well-established in their television and movie careers, and we are honored to have achieved a highly respectful stature among other actors in the movie and television industry.
CLICK ON red logo box ABOVE to read a portion of negative YELP reviews about our competitors.
Our Former Corporate Clients
Full-time, Professional Actors VS. Part-Time “Wanna-bees”
All our actors are TRUE professionals – unlike the part-time hobbyists that other mystery companies use. Other mystery companies may describe their personnel as “Professional Actors”, but just because a person is paid $30 – $50 and a free dinner doesn’t put them on the same par as REAL professional actors that earn their full-time living from their acting talents. But…they cannot be entirely to blame when most restaurant managers promoting mystery dinners actively seek out the cheapest show they can hire in order to gain a higher profit.
This tight budget attitude is often true with operators of dinner trains, riverboats, wineries, or hotels. And sadly, on the receiving end, most ticket buyers don’t even realize they are buying a cheesy play for their $80 ticket price! It never occurs to them that fine dining establishments all too often will skimp on hiring a better show. We hope that this trend eventually changes since mystery dinner clients are now checking with YELP, GroupON or Living Social reviews. (Yet, some internet websites promoting a cloned trademark name for mystery shows are quickly learning how to post fake, positive interviews to offset all their negative ratings.)
BELOW: OLD video samples from past 10 years of Murder Mystery Dinner Shows. Many of the actors in these videos are no longer in our shows as we constantly upgrade with new talent! NOTE: To maintain lower prices for our clients, we no longer produce videos of our shows.
BELOW: KSVY radio interview with Producer, Scott Ebright:
BELOW: Scott Ebright – ABC – TV Show, “Whodunnit” Short video clip showing short scene of casting interview. This final episode was seen by 4 million viewers.
Our clients have written to us saying…
“You guys did a fantastic job with our group!” Marilyn Merydith, Intel
“Thank you for being a part of our [television] show. You guys were a great addition!” KPIX Television, CBS Network, San Francisco
“The actors are top notch since they regularly appear in movies and TV shows. They mingled well with our 40 guests, and they were definitely the hit of the party! The play and script was surprisingly believeable and realistic. It wasn’t way over the top or too cheesy. It was funny at the right points, but then serious at other points which made the drama so intriguing.” Dennis Yardley, Yelp Review (San Francisco)
“Our team had a lot of fun…the meeting was incredibly effective… because of the murder mystery play.” Cheryll O’Mara, Intel Corp.
“Detective Schlitt — looked and acted the part with a commanding stage presence. He has a booming voice and is able to keep everyone riveted in full attention. Note to hecklers or people who are talking at their tables— you will be sorry! Detective Schlitt is merciless and funny. ” Matt Cohen, Auburn, CA (Guest at public show in Loomis, CA)
“We received a lot of positive feedback…thank you for doing such a great job!” Evie Roberts, private party
“You made my birthday memorable…everyone had a great time!” Annalie Bula, private birthday party
200 referral letters posted under “REFERRALS“ tab button on top toolbar.
When it comes to hiring Murder Mystery entertainment – You get exactly what you pay for!
Is your event worth risking a negative audience response?