Hire THEY improv for a customized show just for your charity. Yes, the perfect way to enhance any corporate event, banquet or private party is a customized charitable murder mystery dinner show or lunch written just for the group and venue involved. This "Justifiable Homicide" program uses our shows to raise money for your organization as part of our larger Comedy With A Cause program.
With special lower rates, our murder mystery dinner shows can bring a smile to your audience and bring a bulge to your charity's bank account!
Actors from THEY improv come together and set up a murder mystery dinner or lunch that the audience helps to solve. Interacting directly with the participants of the event, attendees help examine clues, evaluate witnesses and alibis, choose from a variety of suspects and determine the culprit.
Once THEY begin, your audience will meet and talk with the crazy cast of characters, witness a crime and then work to solve the crime, all without CSI Miami's crime lab! Laugh along with our professional, but bizarre, crime solver, as audience members help him interrogate suspects and work his way through the winding maze of clues. This often makes audience members shine, which is perfect for meetings and incentives awards gatherings, leaving employees with a sense of being appreciated.
The Cambridge Solution was created to help keep costs down for charities. It's called the Cambridge Solution because we consider it to be Harvard-Smart. It uses several of your people as characters in the murder instead of our people. In fact, it could also be sponsors for the event playing the characters helping to defray the cost. It's a real fun time and easy to play with one or two of our hosts leading the way!
The Frick & Frack Show involves two detectives, Detective Frick and Detective Frack, who investigate an improvised whodunit while directly involving your audience members in the crime. Audience members are introduced to the idea that they are to accept any facts that are given by the detectives as fact. Any questions audience members are asked, they make up any details that they like and those details will be incorporated in the show by our detectives. No two shows are alike and thus the final answers are truly a mystery.
Likewise, the scripts can be adjusted to bring your audience members under suspicion. They can be interrogated and engaged in a roast type of environment. They can be found innocent by the audience with them getting applause. If you prefer, we can keep them as key suspects by using information known about their past to dig them deeper into the murder mystery.
And our goal is to raise your organization money. With our lower rates for fundraisers and non-profit organizations, we're not really able to make much money for ourselves. So if we're not benefiting and you aren't benefiting, then we shouldn't have the event. We should only do so if you benefit, so we work hard to make certain that a Justifiable Homicide is valuable to your organization. So far THEY improv has raised tens of thousands of dollars for various organizations. Why not put the power of laughter to good use for your charitable organization?
Additionally, we have techniques we can use to raise additional money during an event to try to help pay for our bill. For example, during many of our shows we will pull people up to talk to them. We can ask audience members if they want their friends or family brought up for a fee, that would go to the charity. Likewise, people brought up can pay a fee to the charity to be released! We can also provide your organization's fundraisers or leaders with special clues, turning them into confidential informants that will provide information, but for a price!
Honestly, we would love nothing more than to do an event and not have it cost them a dollar after we use these techniques, but it is not usually the case.
Contact us today to learn about how THEY improv can bring you the murder mystery show that will have all your benefactors friends talking about for years!
Email us at info@THEYimprov.com or by calling (866) 219-4386.