There’s a city of detectives eager to get their hands on this case, get your tickets today to join the investigation!
A murder has been committed. The case needs your expertise to investigate the rooms and suspects still lurking about the scene of the crime. Clue has left the board and arrived at the Glessner House.
Fever Originals is teaming up with High Stakes Productions — the creative group behind long-running shows at The Second City and The Annoyance Theatre — to bring you a terribly fun murder mystery game set in Prohibition Era Chicago.
Here’s the case: The Glessner House was abandoned a long time ago. Infamous crime boss, Stoten Shaw, took liberty to move in and spruce the place up with all his loot from years of crime. When Stoten is found dead, the audience must infiltrate the mansion, detect clues, and solve the murder before the times runs out!
The Glessner House is a National Historic Landmark built in 1887, located near the lakeshore, a couple blocks over from Soldier Field. This traditional Victorian style mansion was the former home of Francis Glessner Lee, a pioneer of forensic science whose work inspired CSI’s Miniature Killer episodes. The home is full of artifacts that are not just era specific, but were actually owned by the family. Normally, the Glessner House operates as a museum and guests can visit during the day for guided tours. With this Murder Mystery experience you’ll get to explore this amazing home and solve a murder while you’re at it!
The experience will run evenings Thursday through Sunday in September and October with limited sessions. Please note that capacity is currently limited to 50 people per session, and will be adjusted in adherence to the most up-to-date safety standards.
The secret is out and everyone wants in. Today you can get your tickets to this exclusive event so that you can be sure the mysterious case will have your expertise!
The investigations start September 17, and will begin at 6 pm on Thursday and Friday, and 5 pm Saturday and Sunday. Each ticket costs $35 and gains entry to one person.