The Mystery Cafe of Indianapolis

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Just a fun-filled evening. We brought with us a very special young man who has been through a lot of difficult things in his home life. He was so excited to be there and I think it sparked an interest in him to get involved in drama at his high school. Thanks!
– LuAnna B.

Here are photos from our shows!

Our Hammy winner

This guy blew everybody away with his performance. Making it easy to award him the hammy award.

Murder

Audience hamming up their death scene for everyone.

 

costume

Come in costume for fun.

Part

Pretending, just like when she was a kid.

 

 

Caleb

Kids are in the show. So kids are welcomed to see the show.

Fun

Pretend to be in the year 1920’s

 

 

He didn’t know he was playing the part of the killer.

It is just a cue card you read.

It is just a cue card you read.

It is easy.

It is just a cue card you read.

All ages can play.

Maybe your part will include a prop. We get it back at the end of the show.

it is fun!!!!

Great for date night!

Fun for the whole family!

How well can you Ham up a death scene???

Audience member reading her part wearing a costume piece.

Young and old you all can play a part

Colonel Bob Martin is a regular.

Audience member with a costume piece.

This young lady wins the Hammy for her portrayal of her character.

Interact with the actors themselves.

The prop I am not suppose to be using. Don’t tell.

Is acting in a show on your bucket list?

Reading a Part

Reading a Part

Ruby Gordon has been coming since we started in 1992!

Be the character.

His daughter said, “You got my dad to play a part!”

Bring us the night’s victim>

The victim just before dying.

You might be the killer

You will be a suspect!

 

Get your teenager out of the house and on stage.

 

Reading a Part

Reading a Part


 


Went here on Saturday night with a friend.  It was a thoroughly entertaining way to spend an evening. The show keeps you entertained the whole night, no matter what the size of your party.  It’s silly, so not for those who take themselves too seriously.  LOTS of audience participation, so if you’re not willing to “ham it up”, watch out.  But, if you’re willing to get into it and be silly, it’s a ton of fun to get involved.
– Lauren M., Chicago IL

Here are photos from our previous shows!