First time to this mystery show though they told us they have 15 different plots/shows. They do both lunch and dinner shows.
There was a little confusion when we first arrived because the ticket taker clearly didn't like her job. She also told us our tickets covered "everything". Imagine our surprise after standing at the bar waiting to order soda's when the bar tender asked for $12 for 4 drinks. He explained nothing was free until we entered the main show room. Well thanks ticket taker for that. Waiting to get in to the dining room was BORING as there's nothing really to do other than shop their gift store or pay $15 for a margarita that you have to finish before going into the dining room.
The food was good, plenty of it, and the service was OUTSTANDING.
There was some kind of problem with the sound system for the first half of the show so we couldn't hear what the actors were saying and there was a table of super drunk 20-somethings that kept talking so it was impossible to hear much. NOTHING was done to curb the rude drunks for about an hour. Then the host finally started pointing out how drunk they were getting and making fun of them. Honestly they should've been escorted out but sadly they just pissed off the rest of us with their non-stop talking. At least no one at that table threw up.
The plot was good, the audience was able to participate by having random folks called up on stage to act out a short (1 minute) scene which was hysterical. Later, after the sound system started working things got better. The host went table to table allowing us to question the actors so we could determine the killer. The ending was good and there were prizes for the people who solved the murder.
We saved a ton of money by purchasing our tickets (which turned out to be a single page "voucher" we printed) from bestoforlando.com.
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