Wedding Comedy is similar to Murder Mystery because the staging requirements are minimal and the audience has interaction with the actors while they perform. Joey and Maria's Comedy Italian Wedding was written by Darlyne Franklin in 1992 and the franchise rights were sold in 2001. Other examples include Tony n' Tina's Wedding, Frankie & Gina's Comedy Wedding and a gay version, Joni and Gina's Wedding.
Atmosphere Events present Murder Mystery with or without a meal. Characters are released from the strictures of scripted material, and pass clues among the audience solely by improvisation while interacting with audience members, or utilizing only a very brief scene (5 minutes or less) at the beginning and/or end of the event, to provide collective information to the audience. This form of entertainment is particularly favored by groups who have members attending an event from disparate offices, giving them a shared experience to refer to, as an ice-breaker, and giving the performers the leeway to discern whether individual audience members are enjoying the interaction or not, to control the level of interaction with that individual.
Riverboat Dinner Cruises combine Showboat with a meal. Obviously, they are limited to locations on a navigable body of water, such as the Showboat Branson Belle or the Goldenrod Showboat. There are numerous Murder Mystery Dinner Cruises.
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