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Midnight at the Masquerade
a Comedy Mystery
CATEGORY : COMEDY DRAMA IMPROV
by The Murder Mystery Company

COMPANY : The Murder Mystery Company in Atlanta [WEBSITE]
VENUE : The Greater Good Barbeque [WEBSITE]
ID# 5111

SHOWING : September 23, 2017 - Open Run

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PRODUCTION DESCRIPTION


The Experts in Mystery Entertainment are now performing live public and private interactive murder mystery dinner shows in Atlanta and surrounding areas throughout Georgia. Join The Murder Mystery Company in Atlanta for a night of intrigue and deception!

Looking to host an event for your company, or privately at your home? Our professionally trained actors will provide an interactive murder mystery event your guest will be talking about for a while!

Contact our Crime Scene Consultants today to make sure your next event is stress free.
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