Denver’s Original Murder Mystery Dinner Theater. Adams Mystery Playhouse's guests are entwined in the plot as they dine & help solve a mystery... a complete dose of humor, suspense & excitement.
Public Shows (afternoon): Doors and Bar open at NOON. Show ends at approx. 3pm. Please arrive between 12pm-12:15pm
Public Shows (evening): Doors and Bar open at 6:30pm. Show ends at approx. 9:15pm. Please arrive between 6:30pm - 6:45pm
Private Events: Any day of the week and available both during the day or evening.
Combine a fun and excitement-filled evening of dining and suspense while you attempt to solve a murder case. Adventurous Denver theatergoers are brought to the Adams Mystery Playhouse, Colorado's only theater specializing in interactive dinner mysteries.
The murder mystery dinner theater at Adams Mystery Playhouse focuses on providing a fun, comfortable & interactive atmosphere for dinner guests. Regardless of age or personality, these murder mystery dinners offer a well-rounded dose of humor for a wide range of audiences.
Guests can participate as little or as much as they like. For those who enjoy the spotlight, the murder mystery theater actors will make it a night to remember!
Having provided murder mystery dinners at private locations & local businesses since the mid 1990's, Adams Mystery Playhouse officially opened the doors of the new Denver playhouse on Halloween of 2006. It's an exciting and suspense-filled theater experience for Denver theater buffs, and only a couple of miles from Downtown Denver.
Theater Occupancy & Dinner Details
The Mystery Theatre seats 150 for dinner, while the adjoining Parlor and Séance Room comfortably hold 30 guests.
The food is deliciously prepared and catered by Bella Basil, one of Denver's finest catering services. The Adams Mystery Playhouse offers a variety on seasonal buffet dinner menus.
Location & History behind the Adams Mystery Playhouse
Located in Historic Highlands, just west of I-25 near Speer Blvd., 2406 Federal Boulevard was the location of Day Mortuary from 1934-63. The mortuary eventually closed its doors as a funeral home in 2005 and Adams Mystery Playhouse has chosen this unique historic Denver Victorian to host their murder mystery dinner theater productions. Talk about the perfect location!
Mysteries For Kids and Pre-Teens!
Adams Mystery Playhouse is the ONLY Mystery Company with shows that are all-age appropriate and kid-friendly — with Interactive Mysteries written and produced just for kids, pre-teens and teens! Our Mysteries are the perfect choice for kids birthday parties, school field trips, summer camps or a fun activity for kids of all ages!
Kids love mysteries and get to participate throughout the show. The kids get special time on stage, reading clues and becoming deputy detectives. Our Mysteries are fun, funny and very interactive, and your kids get a chance to solve the crime as a team, while using logic, imagination and creativity.
Come to the coolest party venue in Colorado and Denver's ONLY full-time mystery theater, Adams Mystery Playhouse. Located just 2 minutes from downtown and the Children's Museum, Adams Mystery Playhouse is easy to get to and has plenty of FREE parking. Private and public kids shows available – year round.
Corporate & Special Events
The murder mystery theater events at Adams Mystery Playhouse are perfect for team-building events, school field trips, birthday parties and most any other special event for 10-200 people). The cast will incorporate specific details (names, jobs, slogans, etc.) right into the script! Because there is little need for a set, and with minimal props, the cast of actors can provide private shows either at the playhouse or at most any location.
Local companies, high schools and other organizations (even a group of friends) can book the entire playhouse for a private murder mystery dinner. The playhouse can also be booked for uses, seminars, receptions, etc. For more information & special event ticket prices, please call the Adams Mystery Playhouse at 1.888.203.1975.
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