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A Chorus Line

There were several companies of dancers at the Mirage hotel in Vegas, and Alpha Company was the best in the business. The girls were beautiful, fit, and very talented. With a top make up artist and choreographer, not to mention the hottest young director in the business, there was nothing that this dance team couldn?t do. They had been practicing this routine for weeks now, and had it down pat. The debut performance was set for seven o?clock tonight for the mayor and his wife. The dress rehearsal went perfectly, and they were sure they were in for a rave review. The mayor and his wife personally toured back stage and met all of the dancers before the performance. Right before curtain call, they found that one of the dancers was missing...

Who Shot Santa?
Game Description

A game for 10-12 key players. This game can be played by up to 50 people.

Every year the company Christmas party got worse and worse. The food was usually awful and the music was an earful, but no one ever expected this!

Linda the new girl from accounting was in charge of the planning this year, and she decided to go with an 80's themed party. It was a bit wacky and wild- and everyone was really excited. There was tons of amazing food and lots of funny costumes. Of course she had to hire someone to play Santa. It was a tradition in the company; Santa would pass out the Christmas bonuses to all of the employees.

Moments before the big bonus handout, they were shocked to find Santa lying in a pool of his own blood shot from behind. His hands were empty and the bonus cheques where no where to be found. Who shot Santa - and why?

But who shot Santa and stole the bonus cheques isn't the only question needed answered. Every guest has something to hide and everyone can benefit from the evening's events. Who can use their cunning, wit and guile to come out on top and who will find themselves in deeper trouble than could have imagined?.?

The Guest List


Sam Kingston - Unpopular Vice President of Marketing

Lisa Kingston - The original Stepford Wife - Lisa Kingston is the perfect corporate wife

Linda Smith - New member of staff and office Ice Maiden

John Broker - Office stalwart- but is good, honest hard work always recognised?

Mia Repotski - Office secretary with an eye for big-earning executives

Robert Oden - Travelling salesman with a penchant for novelty ties

Alex Prowler - PR Executive and one man/woman gossip grapevine

Greg Reed - Manager of the Red Barn Restaurant with a confidence crisis

Mary Ann Blue - Head of Accounting and single mother of five

Jimmy Steed - Marketing executive with an eye on the top job

Billy Steed - Jimmy's wife and office agony aunt

Isabella Gonzalez - Career girl and company hot shot with promotion in her sights

Jeremy Kurtz - Hare & Clarkson's No1 Client - expect the champagne and red carpet treatment

You can buy Who Shot Santa? and have the full game emailed directly to you. Who Shot Santa? costs £18.00

The game includes:

  • How To Play Guide
  • Character profiles
  • Costume suggestions
  • Solutions sheets
  • Invitations

It is 1978. Screaming Blue Murder are the hottest band on the rock ‘n' roll scene. Big hair, tight lycra, a face full of make-up, lyrics that would make your mother blush and a lock-up-your-daughters approach to dating has made the four band members heroes to just about every teenager

"Well we played the game last night and it was excellent!  It took us about 20 mins to relax but once we all got into character it was fantastic. The only person who guessed the murderer was my 10 year old son.  Perhaps because everyone was telling him their secrets! I thoroughly enjoyed all the preparation for it and made sure I just printed off the last 2 pages at the end of the night so not even I knew who did it, and there was no way I was going to read all the character profiles, they looked far too in-depth! Anyway, thanks again for writing it.  Our New Year's party will be one to remember."

Wendy Brook, The Show Must Go On.