presented by Epic Escape Game.
Are You A Suspect OR Innocent Bystander?
Immersive interactive murder mystery dinner where you get to play one of the Suspects or enjoy the shenanigans as an Innocent Bystander.
Don’t worry, you’ll be given a script to follow. You can make the most of your part and really give an Oscar worthy performance… OR lean back and read your lines with the cool calmness of a serial killer. Either way it will be one Epic Night!
We have partnered up with GAME TRAIN USA to bring you these new and exciting Murder Mystery Dinners! THIS DINNER WILL TAKE PLACE AT: GAME TRAIN USA. 2690 E County Line Rd Unit E, Highlands Ranch, CO 80126.
Enjoy a great meal, murderous dinner entertainment, fine drinks, and the sights, sounds, and feel of a simulated train ride through Sedona Wine Country!
NEXT EVENT: FRIDAY, September 17
TIME: 6:30pm – 9:00pm
FUTURE EVENTS-with a Spooky Halloween Theme: October 15 and October 29
Note: This is a public game. If you have NOT booked the entire table, you will likely be paired with other guests.
A Participative Event:
These are fully immersive events where everyone gets the opportunity to participate and be a star! The games are constructed so that everyone has a chance to interact. Using the scripted dialogues and questions helps break the ice and gets everyone into character. Even total novices get into the swing of things quite quickly!
Dinner attendees get to play the roles of either Suspects OR Innocent Bystanders- ie. Amateur detectives. Don’t panic! No prior rehearsals and no special acting ability required. Guests do not need to memorize any information as everything they need to play their parts is provided in a Script Booklet or Question Envelopes. Therefore, you can really ham it up…or simply read your lines.
Are You Suspects?
The 6 Suspects will be randomly chosen the evening of the event as the dinner attendees arrive. You will be able to state during booking if you would like to be a “suspect” or not.
The Suspects will introduce their characters and reveal clues during dialogues scenes and by answering pointed questions. All acted out with a script in hand by the chosen guests – this is always hysterical as everyone hams it up and throws themselves into things with no rehearsal.
Even the Suspects are not explicitly told in their booklets they are the murderer. So everyone can take part in solving the mystery. When it comes time to guess who did it – it could easily be any of them! At the end, Suspects can even point the finger at themselves.
Are You Innocent Bystanders? – i.e. Amateur Detectives.
All other guests will take the role of “amateur detectives” to grill the suspects during the evening using scripted questions. These questions are an important part of solving the murder and are all worded in first person, which means they are “ready to go”. Each table will have a Question Envelope with their own set of unique questions that must be asked of the suspects. This means that everyone can get involved. The results are usually hilarious as guests throw themselves into accents, ad lib, or read the questions exactly as is with the detailed attention of a professional detective.
At the end of the evening, each table will need to decide together on Who’s the Murderer. Tables that guess correctly will win a prize!
But don’t worry if you don’t guess correctly, because there will be Awards given for the best and the worst of the evening!
As the only person in the know, a Professional Murder Mystery Host will make sure the event moves smoothly by leading the evening’s shenanigans in the role of The Inspector. The host will choose the 6 Suspects as the dinner attendees arrive and answer any questions they might have about their assigned roles. They will also be the final judge of who guessed correctly and give out the Prizes and Awards.
The Cold War is over. Opposing spy groups have finally arranged talks. Tonight, in a top-secret location members of the various intelligence agencies have gathered.
However, before M can make any opening remarks, a body is discovered.
Roger Damsels, MI6’s top secret agent, has had his license to kill terminated.
With such a mix of spies and possible villains within the room, who had the most to gain?
This Game is Rated: Teen
This game contains: Content that may be suitable for persons ages 13 and older. Including:
A murder – Violence suggested.
Comic Mischief – Depictions or dialogue involving slapstick or suggestive humor.
Suggestive Themes – Mild provocative references or materials and sexual innuendo.
Introducing The Suspects:
Austin Martin – M’s Chief of Staff. A brilliant mission analyst with a head for facts and figures, Austin is always seen in a smartly pressed and tailored business suit.
Kitty With-Claws – A pussycat you wouldn’t want to mess with. This well-dressed beauty is more than equipped to kill any would-be suitor.
Scaryminger – The man with the golden bum. Living on a desert island, Scaryminger is always able to perfect his all-over tan, right down to his third nipple.
Cuttlefishy – More than a sweet distraction. With floaty dresses and a serene expression, you could easily be mistaken into thinking Cuttlefishy was an easy catch.
Ernst FuzzyFelt – The man with the white cat. Despite his keen love of white felines, Ernst’s dark suit never even carries a hair.
Cary Files – An ally at the CIA. When you need to call in the cavalry, Cary has weaponry and enough ammunition to sink a battleship.
M – The head of MI 6, shall lead this inquiry.
Three Course Dinner Menu At Game Train*:
“For your eyes only” mixed green salad with balsamic vinaigrette or ranch dressing.
(Please choose one during booking.)
“Casino Royale” Succulent Pulled Pork mixed with BBQ sauce on a Toasted bun with House Slaw and tater tots on the side.
“Golden Eye” Shepherd’s Pie: ground beef and root veggies in wine broth, layered with creamy mashed potatoes and cheese.
“From Asia with Love” Buddha bowl: Rice and Quinoa topped with Sautéed Mushrooms, Red Peppers and Veggie mix, with House made Sweet Asian sauce.
“Live and Let Die” Chocolate Cupcakes.
*All meals include non-alcoholic drinks. Alcoholic drinks can be purchased for an additional cost from Game Train’s outstanding Cash Bar – Delicious cocktails, Beer on tap and in bottles, Wines, Champagne, you name it!
Murder Mystery Dinner Pricing:
Price: $75 per person to include the murderous dinner entertainment, a three course meal, and non-alcoholic beverages. In addition, each person will get coupons for Epic Escape Game and Game Train.
Click the ‘Book Now’ button to browse the dinner events we are currently hosting in the Denver Metro Area. Or Contact 303-284-9610 to schedule a private event catered for just your group.
Perfect for Family Reunions, Corporate Events and all Special Occasions. We can host both public ticketed events or private parties in the conference room at our Greenwood Village location. Best location for audience numbers between 10 and 20.
Have a larger group? We will coordinate with the venue or caterer of your choice to add a fun twist to your next gathering.
We can also provide entertainment in the comfort of your very own home if you’d like to plan a dinner party with a murderous twist.
Contact 303-284-9610 so we can discuss your specific needs and how we can make it an epic night to remember!
Restaurants: if you would like us to bring this unique event to your establishment, contact: (303) 284-9610 or [email protected]