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Gerald Keenan has invited family and friends to his 80th Birthday Party.
He tells them he intends to change his will.
Someone has other ideas.
This is a fast paced intriguing who-dunnit.
The characters which include Nurse Faber, Mr. Chen, and Mr. Keenan's relatives mingle with guests.
There is a 45 minute scene featuring a raucous birthday party.
After festivities G.K. goes into convulsions and is taken to his room.
Soon the nurse enters crying out, "He's dead, Mr. Keenan is dead".
Later a detective conducts an interrogation with the help of the guests.
Finally the Killer is revealed in a wonderful twist.
Prizes are awarded to those who have correctly solved the crime.
Auditions are being held for an international touring company.
Their production of broadway show tunes attracts both veterans and young hopefuls.
Everyone is invited to sing.
Some performers are very talented; some depend more on their enthusiasm and love of theatre.
The company's outrageous director must decide who will be part of this colorful review.
To complicate matters the producer and the owner both want to flex their muscles.
This show within a show climaxes with a surprising development: a murder, a confession and the director's decision to cover it up.
The performers happily agree and join together in a chorus confirming, "The Show Must Go On."
The nobility has been invited to Lord Mansfield's Fox Hunt Banquet.
They enter Mansfield Mansion and are greeted by Jeffries the butler.
He, the epitome of solicitousness and decorum, ushers them into an elaborate dining room where the maid is serving up hors'doeuvres.
Lord Mansfield is preparing a potent home brew in the kitchen.
His sister arrives unexpectedly from New York. Others enter: Gypsies to prepare the meal, an irate attorney, and the zany Rileys who serve the dinner.
Sparks fly as they interact with guests.
Thievery, debauchery, even magic occur as one of the characters meets an inevitable fate.
Solving this crime will be a challenge for the entire family.
Kim and Scott are getting married.
Serious Questions arise.
Did Kim murder her first husband?
Has Scott been trading Lockheed Martin secrets for gems?
Is he just an opportunist? Relatives try to protect Kim and Scott from each other.
This fun-filled spoof of a wedding celebration will have you guessing all night long.
You have been touring northwest England.
Your bus has broken down and you find yourself in Clifton, a quaint country village.
The Squires Inn welcomes you and offers a delightful meal and lodging.
The overly solicitous proprietor, Nigel, will do anything to keep you there.
Be prepared for the unexpected.
Your tour guide, Grace, discovers a close relative at the inn.
An old pensioner, Simon, has been hiding a treasure that once belonged to Mary Queen of Scots, who resided at the inn in 1569 after fleeing Scotland.
You will become very engrossed with the offbeat English humour type antics that will keep you laughing and sleuthing all night long.
You are transported to Angelina Island in the South Pacific.
This once English possession is now for sale.
Various companies and celebrities are making offers.
The Duchess, who owns the island, has to deal with those who do not want to see it sold.
You may side with one faction or even place a bid yourself.
This is a lighthearted comedic mystery that features outrageous characters who love to dance and enjoy the laid-back 19th century island lifestyle while carrying on British traditions.
You may never want to leave.
Join us for a board meeting that is anything but boring!
A controversial new television station is about to debut in Orlando.
Sides are clearly drawn as station mogul Tipton Ramsdale, tries to cash in on the popularity of "trash TV."
You'll love or hate the celebrities who will be hosting the shows.
This hilarious new mystery will keep you guessing all evening.
You have been invited to a memorial service for Joshua Langden who mysteriously "passed over" last year.
In attendance is his widow Trish, brother Brett, cousin Charlotte, and mother Liza, who is accompanied by her faithful Indian sage, Mapawi.
Liza is convinced that Joshua's death was not an accident, and she has arranged a seance to speak with Joshua from beyond.
What will Joshua tell her?
Sleuths' newest show is set in the English countryside where "visitors"
once left "signs" etched upon the fields.
Wheat grown on them has been used in making Celestial Cookies.
For over 100 years prominent people have visited the Manor including Gandhi, Einstein, Freud, and Cher.
They are drawn to the otherworldly cookies as well as the Manor's many amenities including a world-class salon where you can get a killer cut.
Alfonzo, stylist extraordinaire, and proprietors Marion and Oliver are very protective of the Manor's many secrets.
Add the lovely Katrina and the not-so-lovely Constable into the mix and you will find yourself in one of Sleuths' most outrageous mysteries.
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