It’s the sequel to one of Die Laughing Productions’ most popular and beloved murder mystery comedy shows, The Newly Dead Game. Don’t worry, you need not have seen the original!
You’re at a TV taping of the popular game show Clash of the Couples; a show where couples test their love as they compete for cash and prizes. One couple will win it all! And one contestant will lose everything...in other words their life.
This hilarious, interactive whodunit stars 98 Rock’s Justin Schlegel and all of your favorite Die Laughing Productions performers and most importantly, you the audience. We have roles available for willing volunteers, and everyone will get a chance to solve this must-see reboot of a murder mystery classic.
Eat. Drink. Laugh. Solve a Murder.
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