In this curious caper, Lingo finds himself in Paris, France investigating the disappearance of the world famous painting, the Mona Lisa.
Use your knowledge of art and culture to help Detective Lingo find the clues he needs to solve “le mystere” in what may be Lingo’s most challenging case yet!
Just like the board game “Clue,” your audience becomes part of an interactive mystery that unravels in real time.
Participants interrogate suspects and have the opportunity to correctly solve who committed the crime, with what weapon, and in what location. Interactive Mystery shows include both “murder mysteries” and family friendly theft-related crimes.
Format is flexible and can be implemented in rotations or as part of crowd events to accommodate both large and small audiences.
Simply give us a power outlet and space to perform and we take care of the rest.
Interactive performances are approximately 45 minutes and game shows are an hour.
Book multiple shows and receive, at no additional cost, the following: