In each of these scripts, the actors play two characters and the audience plays the rest. The exception is Culprit Roundup, in which the performers play three characters each. There are several individual parts and group parts for audience members, so that the whole group is involved. Audience-played parts are simple one-liners that are repeated upon a certain cue line. It’s even more fun as actors improvise when audience members forget their lines or make up ones that aren't in the script. The plays’ actual running times are about 25-30 minutes. With the introduction of the play to the audience, handing out parts, collecting ballots, etc. is added in, the productions will last about 45 - 50 minutes, depending on the size of the audience.
- DONE IN DOWN UNDER. (Australian theme) It’s a perfect day for a riverboat tour in Australia and your captain “Sharkie” Markie will point out all the sites and unique animals, including the crocs. But to whom does the shredded hat in the water belong? Detective Tommie will find out!
- FREDRICK & MAUDE: A NEW HOBBY. (dinner party theme) Fredrick and Maude absolutely adore having friends over. Fredrick and Maude absolutely adore dinner parties. Fredrick and Maude absolutely love showing off their new hobby--sleuthing! They absolutely adore it. What a lovely way to start a new hobby by having to use it. They’ll have to find clues to find the murderer.
- GAMBLER’S LUCK. (Old West theme) Jack is returning to Sal’s saloon after being away for two years. Unfortunately, his reputation proceeds him and several of his enemies are at Sal’s, too. Which one hired the killer?
- A GAME OF WILLS. (Family group theme) Uncle Will wanted the entire family at the reading of his will, and to make sure they come, each person gets $5000 once the reading is over. But when Uncle Will's heir dies suddenly, the rest of the nieces and nephews stand to inherit. Who will come up victorious? Watch out because Uncle Will loves pranks, dead or alive.
- INCIDENT ON THE SEA BREEZE. (cruise theme) Amy Buoyante, your cheerful cruise activities director, has a special treat for you in the zephyr lounge. Bob Clipper, your purser, will be on hand to help. The arsenic must have been a special order.
- PIGS, PINEAPPLE, & POISON. (Luau theme) What a great guy that Jake is! And he’ll be the first to admit it. He’s done so much for company morale including planning a fantastic employee party (with a little help from his assistant, Maggie). The death scene was cool, too. Uh, was that part of the entertainment?
- A STONE’S THROW. (modern-day castle theme) Welcome to the Fhips Castle VIP tour. Duncan, the butler, and Harriet, the maid, will keep you apprised of the evening's agenda, until the Master arrives to guide the tour, personally. But where is he?
- WAKT FAMILY REUNION. (reunion theme) Rose has it all under control, right down to the agenda she printed up. But upon discovering the death of Great Uncle Fred, Rose skips to new business and someone in the family is going to have to confess or the festivities end!
- FREDRICK & MAUDE: MISTLETOE IS POISONOUS. (Christmas dinner party theme) Fredrick & Maude are entertaining again. Their friends have all come: Everett, who doesn’t like parties; Mary, who has 19 years more sleuthing experience than Fredrick and Maude; Eddie, whose annual gala no one attended; Chris, whose concert no one attended; and Holly, who has a bill for everyone. One of these friends was angry enough to slip mistletoe in the water.
- NORTH POLE HEIST. (Christmas theme) Santa's sleigh is missing. Evergreen and Tinsel have to find out who hid it.