StageCoach Theatre Company

Mystery Tours


At StageCoach Theatre Company, we love being able to bring our fun murder mystery puzzles to you.

To schedule a mystery adventure, follow these steps:

  1. Count how many people would be in your party.
  2. Determine if you would like food included.
  3. Decide if you would like to consider a limo/bus for your tour.
  4. Email us at or call us at (571) 477-9444.
  5. StageCoach Theatre staff will work with you to finalize your plans.
  6. Sit back and enjoy an interactive afternoon or evening of fun and murder.

Progressive Mystery Adventures

Contact us to schedule your progressive mystery adventure. We are currently running Wine Chiller, Consulting Detectives and Saddle Up with Death on our tours. Another puzzle, Toast Mortem, is available upon request for groups of 10+ although we suggest this is done only after you have had a chance to experience one of our other scripts. We can schedule a private tour for your group of 10-20 people, otherwise we can combine your group with others to reach a minimum of 10 people.

Home or Neighborhood Tours: Held in 2 – 3 homes which you organize or in 2 – 3 rooms in one home or business. Homes should be located within 15 minutes of each other, either walking or driving. For a stress-free afternoon/evening, we can arrange catering for the event, or you can provide your own food and drinks. This tour is held by special arrangement.

Minimum of 10 people needed for any tour. These would also be great for company team-building exercises.

Interactive Murder Mystery Shows Available:

Wine Chiller: A Wine-Themed Murder Mystery Adventure

Written and Directed by Terry Smith

Enjoy an afternoon of sleuthing, deductive reasoning and wicked fun as you participate in the 10th Annual Winemakers’ Honorary Invitational Society awards banquet – affectionately known as WHIS. Renowned French wine critic, Cabernet Franc, has agreed to judge this year’s competition. As a winemaker, each of you will be competing for the grand prize of $100,000. But alas the awards banquet goes awry when MURDER appears on the agenda. Listen to the clues, ask questions, and participate as a character in this chilling tale, or just relax and enjoy the show.

Consulting Detectives: A Sherlock Holmes Themed Murder Mystery Adventure

Written and Directed by Michael Young

Welcome to the first annual Consulting Detective Symposium.  You and your fellow detectives will be learning the newest techniques, discussing case histories, and even hearing a special guest speech by the great Sherlock Holmes.  Enjoy socializing with your fellow detectives over a glass of wine.  But what will you do when you encounter a murder even Sherlock Holmes cannot solve?  You can play a character or relax and listen as you try to solve this devious mystery.

Saddle Up with Death: A Western Themed Murder Mystery Adventure

Written and Directed by Terry Smith

Sidle on over for an afternoon of role playing, deductive reasoning, and deadly fun as you participate in a town hall meeting in Borehole, Colorado. The year is 1888. The West is wild, and the gold rush is winding down – or is it? A secret is discovered and the town is in an uproar. Will someone take that secret to their grave? Do you enjoy a challenge? Sift through a goldmine of clues and scuttlebutt and work together with other members of your group to solve the mystery as the West comes alive and you travel back in time for some afternoon entertainment.

Toast Mortem: A CSI-Style Investigative Murder Mystery Adventure (by special request)

Written and Directed by Terry Smith

Raymundo Desouza has been arrested for the murder of his girlfriend, Juliana Tacchini. The police have stopped investigating and have sealed much of the evidence from public view. The private investigator who was working the case disappeared before completing his investigation. The family has called upon you and your fellow sleuths to help solve the crime and free their son from prison.

Toast Mortem is only recommended after you have successfully attended another wine tour. It’s hard!



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