Mystery Mansion Dinner Theatre

★★★★☆
  • 202 N Central Ave

    Phoenix, AZ 85004

    Cross street: Central & Van Buren

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  • 480-994-1520

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I wanted to do something fun for our 7th year wedding anniversay and I came across this when I googled dinner shows. It showed it was sold out on the website but I called and spoke with Kim and he got our party of 6 in with no problem. We

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I wanted to do something fun for our 7th year wedding anniversay and I came across this when I googled dinner shows. It showed it was sold out on the website but I called and spoke with Kim and he got our party of 6 in with no problem. We

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If you are wondering if you should go see a show here, then I have one thing to say..... DO IT! It is an extremely fun and interactive show that will certainly give you your money's worth. Don't go with the other reviews on this site, I am

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If you are wondering if you should go see a show here, then I have one thing to say..... DO IT! It is an extremely fun and interactive show that will certainly give you your money's worth. Don't go with the other reviews on this site, I am

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I did not enjoy the theater. I was very disappointed in the constant innuendo's and sexual implications throughout the play. It was embarassing that adults would act like this and that people would cheer it on. I, along with my party of

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I did not enjoy the theater. I was very disappointed in the constant innuendo's and sexual implications throughout the play. It was embarassing that adults would act like this and that people would cheer it on. I, along with my party of

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Dramatic improvements!!! They moved to a new location and the food is SO MUCH BETTER! We took our daughter for her 14th birthday and it was a lot of fun. They said the show was PG-13, so I was a little worried. It was perfect though;

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Dramatic improvements!!! They moved to a new location and the food is SO MUCH BETTER! We took our daughter for her 14th birthday and it was a lot of fun. They said the show was PG-13, so I was a little worried. It was perfect though;

Pros: Great for the whole family (I recommend ages 10 and older).

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I attended this with a group of people for a birthday party. I went to one of these a few years ago, I do not think it was this one but I did not really like the show back then. This time around it was funny. They really tried to have the audience participate. I thought all the actors were hilarious especially Jim (who played the drag queen) and there is an actress in this-Kim Manning- who has been in a kids movie, my friend recognized her. The food is not top-rated cuisine you do not go for that but overall I thought it was funny.

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I attended this with a group of people for a birthday party. I went to one of these a few years ago, I do not think it was this one but I did not really like the show back then. This time around it was funny. They really tried to have the audience participate. I thought all the actors were hilarious especially Jim (who played the drag queen) and there is an actress in this-Kim Manning- who has been in a kids movie, my friend recognized her. The food is not top-rated cuisine you do not go for that but overall I thought it was funny.

Pros: Funny entertaining show

Cons: food wa so-so, a little pricey

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We didn't have a horrible time but I could've done without going. Wasn't impressed with the staff, the waitress was nice but the actors gave us a hard time when asking for extras (butter, sour cream). The man who answered the phone with an English accent, was rude to us. The acting was silly, somewhat fun but not worth the time. All and all, I have to say I was a bit disappointed. For the price, I expected to be treated better.

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We didn't have a horrible time but I could've done without going. Wasn't impressed with the staff, the waitress was nice but the actors gave us a hard time when asking for extras (butter, sour cream). The man who answered the phone with an English accent, was rude to us. The acting was silly, somewhat fun but not worth the time. All and all, I have to say I was a bit disappointed. For the price, I expected to be treated better.

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I took my husband there for his birthday. What a horrible way to celebrate anything. The "play" was really bad--no plot and absolutely no mystery. They made a big deal about solving the mystery and promised a gift to the winner. The gift was a stainless travel mug. They also begged for tips (part of the "script"). UGH.

Dinner is $45...consisted of dry, hard chicken with fake lemon sauce, undercooked brocolli and carrot coins (plain) and baked potato. Oh, there was 1/4 cup of iceberg lettuce for salad. Dry chocolate cake for "dessert".

What a ripoff and dissapointment. Don't go!!

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I took my husband there for his birthday. What a horrible way to celebrate anything. The "play" was really bad--no plot and absolutely no mystery. They made a big deal about solving the mystery and promised a gift to the winner. The gift was a stainless travel mug. They also begged for tips (part of the "script"). UGH.

Dinner is $45...consisted of dry, hard chicken with fake lemon sauce, undercooked brocolli and carrot coins (plain) and baked potato. Oh, there was 1/4 cup of iceberg lettuce for salad. Dry chocolate cake for "dessert".

What a ripoff and dissapointment. Don't go!!

Pros: they had chairs to sit on

Cons: pretty much everything

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This is the worst slapstick I have ever seen. This is not theater of any kind. It is a spectacle. The food (if you can call it that) is terrible. I think a good word for the food is pablum. I was very dissapointed. A major ripoff.

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This is the worst slapstick I have ever seen. This is not theater of any kind. It is a spectacle. The food (if you can call it that) is terrible. I think a good word for the food is pablum. I was very dissapointed. A major ripoff.

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I've been to a few dinner/theaters before and I must say, for the price ($45/person), this was definitely NOT worth it! The show didn't flow well, although the drag queen was really funny. They also got the audience involved, which was good. Otherwise, it was a show that left us scratching our heads, wondering where the plot came from and where it was going (not the good kind of 'mystery'). The food was horrible. Menu consisted of a small, iceberg lettuce salad and bread to start. Main meal was a baked potato (undercooked), some broccoli, and a chicken breast that tasted of asian cuisine (the dinner theater shares the kitchen with a Chinese food restaurant (I love Chinese food, btw...just not that flavor in American style food)). Dessert was a store-bought cake that was as cheap as they come. All in all, we estimated that each meal only cost them about $2 to make...no kidding. We walked away bummed we had spent $90, when we could have gone to a much nicer restaurant and had a good wine with our meals for the same price (the wine they offered at the mystery dinner was Yellowtail, which I'm not too fond of).

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I've been to a few dinner/theaters before and I must say, for the price ($45/person), this was definitely NOT worth it! The show didn't flow well, although the drag queen was really funny. They also got the audience involved, which was good. Otherwise, it was a show that left us scratching our heads, wondering where the plot came from and where it was going (not the good kind of 'mystery'). The food was horrible. Menu consisted of a small, iceberg lettuce salad and bread to start. Main meal was a baked potato (undercooked), some broccoli, and a chicken breast that tasted of asian cuisine (the dinner theater shares the kitchen with a Chinese food restaurant (I love Chinese food, btw...just not that flavor in American style food)). Dessert was a store-bought cake that was as cheap as they come. All in all, we estimated that each meal only cost them about $2 to make...no kidding. We walked away bummed we had spent $90, when we could have gone to a much nicer restaurant and had a good wine with our meals for the same price (the wine they offered at the mystery dinner was Yellowtail, which I'm not too fond of).

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Since 1989, offers comedic interactive murder mystery shows with three-course dinners; traveling shows available.

 

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