Founded in 2015, Master Mystery Productions strives to provide high-quality, interactive, and–most importantly–customizable mystery entertainment. What started as a club fundraiser quickly exploded into a growing business with clients across California. Based in the city of Ridgecrest in the Mojave Desert of Southern California, MMP is committed to bringing the best custom mysteries for audiences of all ages and tastes with shows running the gamut from private parties to classic mystery dinners to stage shows to mystery teas to team-building socials to fundraisers. Each show is unique for the customer and designed to be an engaging experience unlike any other.

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A lifelong lover of mystery and detective fiction, Daniel Stallings, founder of MMP, has been writing mysteries for twelve years. His passion for authors of the Golden Age of Detective Fiction such as Dame Agatha Christie, Dorothy L. Sayers, Dame Ngaio Marsh, Ellery Queen, Raymond Chandler, Rex Stout, and so on inspired him to become a mystery writer. In addition to writing, Stallings has a long history with theatre, working in areas such as acting, publicity, directing, and play production. His theatrical and writing experience led him to develop Master Mystery Productions in 2015. That same year, Stallings received The Jack London Award from the California Writers Club for all his hard work. He currently serves as President for the Eastern Sierra Branch of the CWC. Daniel is also the author of the Li Johnson Murder Mysteries, available wherever books are sold.

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Past Productions:

(click the posters to learn more about each show)

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