As a member of our highly specialized performance troupe, you receive the opportunity to undergo our exclusive Grimprov Method training in improv comedy entertainment. Join the nation's preferred murder mystery talent network and schedule your audition now!
The Murder Mystery Company is the largest dinner theatre company in the U.S., performing over 7,000 shows for nearly 800,000 guests, in approximately 30 locations across the United States. Awarded the title of Best Interactive Theater in America two years in a row by the The National Dinner Theater Critics Association, and having performed at countless celebrity galas and 400 of the Fortune 500 companies, the Murder Mystery Company is growing strong.
As a member of our team what you do really matters, and your work has a direct effect on the success of the whole company. We have a lot to offer, including:
The Murder Mystery Company pays a base $65/per performance. We also reimburse gas and pay for expenses when you travel to shows. If you choose to travel to a non-local performance we will handle flights and lodging. All payments are done via direct deposit for your convenience.
What age range do you cast?
Do I need to have improv experience?
No experience is required, but it is encouraged.
Do I need to be local to the area?
You should be located within a 25 minute drive of the troupe’s city.
Do I need to have reliable transportation?
Are you seeking union status actors?
No, only non-equity applicants will be considered.
Do you take walk-ins?
Yes, we do allot time for walk-in auditions, however we encourage you to sign up prior to save yourself some time and guarantee your spot.
How does show scheduling work?
Actors submit requests for show dates based on their individual availability, with no show minimum required. Cast is based on experience and availability.
If I sign up and do not receive a confirmation email should I show up to the time slot I selected on the website?
Yes. Also, check your spam or promotions folders because your confirmation email might be hiding in there.
Do you provide actors with costumes and props in performance?
Yes, however the actor may be required to provide some individual pieces.
Do you hold callbacks?