Welcome to the Neighborhood!
An interactive murder mystery
in Partnership with
Date: Sunday, June 27, 2021
Time: 3:00pm CDT
Tickets: $75 per family/couple/household
Ticket sales end: 11:00pm, Sunday, June 20
Location: Via Zoom
Once purchased, ticket holders will receive:
- A Welcome Package mailed to you containing mysterious clues and a fabulous cocktail kit
- A Zoom link to participate in this unique experience.
Welcome to Running Springs, a neighborhood with more than you imagined.
Neighborhood organizer Claire Stephens is inviting the newest Running Acres residents to a socially distanced “Housewarming” party via Zoom.
As the party gets underway and you learn about your new neighbors, the worst happens when one of them meets an untimely end. Suddenly instead of a friendly (and frankly boring) meet and greet this Zoom party has turned into a hilarious ‘Whodunit’. Listen closely, because as each of the characters proclaims their innocence, the more they implicate themselves! As the party progresses, you will get to interrogate each suspect directly, interacting with the characters and asking your own questions to find the murderer!
There goes the neighborhood!
Will you be able to solve the mystery before the party ends? Do you have the sleuthing skills to decipher the clues? Join us as we host Welcome to the Neighborhood! – An interactive murder mystery in partnership with StoryArk.
Be a part of a thrilling interactive murder mystery, and help solve the crime!
Meet the Neighbors
With Special Guest Ken Levine
Claire Stephens has very few nice things to say about her ex-husband Jeremy, a big Hollywood producer, except that he is friends with Ken Levine! Claire can’t wait to show off her Hollywood A-list friend at the neighborhood party.
Ken is an Emmy Award winner writer of Mash, Cheers, Frasier, and The Simpsons. In addition to TV, Ken has written screenplays (including VOLUNTEERS starring Tom Hanks), been a radio DJ, maintains the blog Hollywood and Levine, and is a published author of both fiction and nonfiction books.
Calyssa Hall, StoryArk