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Finding creative ways to entertain teens can be a daunting task. And being original, to do what hasn’t already been done over and over isn’t always easy. Kids want their parties to be cool, memorable and most of all, fun! A Mitzvah Murder Mystery Dinner Party may be the perfect solution.

What, you may ask, is a Murder Mystery Dinner Party? Perhaps you remember the board game Clue, where players act as roving detectives moving room to room in a mansion trying to figure out who done it, with what and where? At a mystery dinner party, guests and host take the roles of various suspects and try to solve the mystery by examining all of the evidence in an attempt to identify the murderer in the group. Players are invited to attend the party dressed in their assigned character and ready to play their part. The game is often played over a multi-course dinner party.

For the birthday boy or girl, creating an original and unique script can be half the fun! Considering guests’ personalities may help in creating their roles. Once you’ve decided on your story and plot, use props and decorate your “set” to make it as realistic as possible. If writing a script proves to be too difficult, consider boxed kits, or prepared scripts from online sources. Before long, guests will be asking some version of Was it Professor Plum in the library with the lead pipe? Or was it Mrs. Peacock in the Lounge with the rope?

By Natasha
Natasha has been with assisting stationery consumers with finding the invitation or announcement of their dreams since 2003.
When not working with our customers, Natasha enjoys traveling all the corners of the globe and moonlighting as an event planner with her friend and colleague.


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