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Murder Mystery Play Scripts

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Browse Whodunnit Plays
All these scripts are suitable for adults. (Look at our kids pages if you are after scripts for youngsters.)
These are murder mystery plays. Whilst the audience may try to guess whodunnit,
these pieces are not designed to be interactive.
If an interactive murder mystery is what you are looking for, Browse the Murder Mysteries from the main menu.
Currently, we have 40 scripts in this category. We also offer ways of narrowing down the search for the scripts that will suit you group.
 
Click this link to browse through the whole Whodunnit collection,
or follow the links below to narrow-down the search...
Full-length Whodunnits (generally suitable for a whole evening's entertainment)
One-Act Whodunnits (by length, not necessarily by structure)
Short whodunnits (yes, there are some!)
Murder by Numbers
Plays that can be performed by companies of...
(Noting that whilst a whodunnit monologue is a technical possibility, such things are rare!)
0F plus...    1M,  2M,  3M,  4M,  5M,  6M
0M plus...  1F,    2F,    3F,    4F,    5F,    6F
1M plus...  1F,    2F,    3F,    4F,    5F,    6F
2M plus...  1F,    2F,    3F,    4F,    5F,    6F
3M plus...  1F,    2F,    3F,    4F,    5F,    6F
4M plus...  1F,    2F,    3F,    4F,    5F,    6F
5M plus...  1F,    2F,    3F,    4F,    5F,    6F
6M plus...  1F,    2F,    3F,    4F,    5F,    6F
Plays for more than 6 Males (and any number of females)
Plays for more than 6 Females (and any number of males)
Large-cast plays (with a chorus in the sense of "crowd")
Plays by Theme
These are themes present in the scripts, not necessarily the subject of the script.
(There are many other themes - these are just things we've noticed!)
Family
History
Medical Matters
Islands
Police
Relationships
School
Sherlock Holmes
Theatre
Writing

Plays for specific character ages
This is a complex category! Many companies have mixes of ages, and many plays are for characters of indeterminate age.
If you have very specific requirements, then our Play Script search engine may be a better place to start.
To give a flavour of what is possible, here are a few examples
Some characters 51 to 65 no limits on the other characters
No characters must be under 35 (though some might be) Lots of other combinations are possible!

You can use combinations of the above categories (and a lot more) in our
Play Script search engine
 

 
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