Panto-WHAT?! Theater Company presents an interactive adventure for families about a pair of accused murderers trying to solve a crime they think they didn't commit. Best for ages 7 and up. More…
Welcome to Ginger Creek, where curious characters and perplexing events are the norm. Join Hank O’Hara and Sally Silver Gunz as they run from the law, stumble over clues, and suffer from amnesia. Their lives depend on you as they attempt to crack the case and prove their innocence. 'The Mystery At Ginger Creek' uses mime and sound effects to turn the traditional mystery theater experience on its head, with no violence, gore, or guts!
See it if You have kids. This is an interactive theater experience as the audience are asked to participate in the mystery-solving process.
Don't see it if You would like an adult story. This one is short and funny, but it still makes you think about the solution of the murder case.
See it if You enjoy accessible theater for kids and adults. Silly and fun, great for families with kids probably 7+. They never force you to interact.
Don't see it if You don't enjoy silly plays with silly characters and actors who create an entire world through pantomime and sound effects.
See it if you enjoy an interactive show where actors play multiple roles. Wonderful for the whole family, lots of laughs.
Don't see it if you're uncomfortable with audience participation; if you need elaborate sets vs. imaginative use of props, set and character portrayal
See it if You like interactive theater;show keeps all ages of children engaged in solving a mystery; 2 actors cleverly change persona;sound effects
Don't see it if You expect elaborate sets and Disney perfection;you do not find children's excitement endearing
See it if you seek a short "clean" comedy/drama/mystery appropriate primarily for children aged 7-12 and also entertaining to their adult companions
Don't see it if you cannot bring and otherwise are not interested in theatre pitched to the intellectual level, language and interests of children
See it if you are attending with children who can follow a narrative and like to participate/interact with performers.
Don't see it if you aren't bringing kids and you don't enjoy silly, physical humor or shows with audience participation.
See it if You enjoy high energy performances. 6 roles are split between 2people, and it mostly works. The actors both committed and had a lot of fun
Don't see it if Not much in the way of scenery or costumes. There aren't enough "clues"; this is less mystery and more fun for kids. The end is predictable
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