When you do theatre in the desert, particularly in Death Valley, you seldom get the chance to get cozy onstage.… Read more Knit, Please!: The Making of Woman in the Walls (Part 3)
Happy New Year! 2020 is an important year for us. Five years ago, we started a journey into theatrical mysteries… Read more Happy 2020!
When you do a show set in 18th century Versailles, you know the costumes are going to extreme. Larger than… Read more An Excess of Frosting: The Making of Eat Cake (Part Three)
Happy New Year! And what a great year we aim to have! Can you believe we have already produced over… Read more Happy 2019!
Welcome to Post Mortem! This is where Master Mystery Productions looks back on the performance of its most recent show.… Read more Post Mortem: WHAT HAPPENS AT SUNDOWN
One of June Schulz’s most memorable and devastating quips in the original Goodbye Hollywood referred to a beautiful, custom-made pink… Read more Buffalo in Taffeta: The Making of What Happens in Sundown (Part 3)
“Daylight is rumored to be the most reassuring. It brings light, warmth, and life to the world. But as sure… Read more Auditions for What Happens at Sundown
A mystery, even if it’s a musical one, is nothing without its parade of suspects. But behind one of those… Read more Paper Faces: The Making of Exit Prima Donna (Part 3)
“If you listen closely, you practically can hear Donatella Violetta’s voice in the very bricks and canals of Venice. She’s… Read more Sing for Me