Group bonding for public shows involves our actors interacting with a crowd and doing more of a straight murder mystery. This has several actors creating the crazy moments at a party that never really exist leading to a murder followed by a comedic investigation.
Each table works as a team to try to solve the crime leading to bonding among the team mates.
One of the main reasons that people join social clubs is to get to know new people.
For churches and other religious institutions, we can have some of your people play the characters to keep the costs down and to ingratiate people to the leaders. This is done by having them simply answer questions and our hosts adjusting for mistakes they make along the way.
For college campus activities or university functions, we can help foster bonding by having leaders play the characters and others working as teams to solve the crime. This can bond students from different backgrounds and with different career goals.
For country clubs, this lets families work as teams and can help improve relations within the golf or country club.
For private parties and corporate events, this can foster harmony among organizations and get families and friends bonding with one another. It's a great way to get people working together and to celebrate holidays and special events.