I just came back from one of the most enjoyably gratifying events of my life. Granted, I've only been alive for 16 years, but this is definitely one I will remember. At my high school, I am the Treasurer of our Thespian Society Chapter. We were very low in club funds so we decided to put on a Murder Mystery Dinner to raise money. I was the director and organizer of the event, and the materials that came with the "Final Cut" mystery game were such a big help. The student actors thoroughly enjoyed breaking from the standard "stage performance" and exploring interactive and improvisational theater. We had a caterer, raffles, place cards, sternos, everything to make the dinner legitimate and, in a way, classy. The audience absolutely loved the performance. EVERYONE in the high school cafeteria enjoyed themselves tremendously, and we were able to raise over $500. Great idea > Also, I had made a copies of every document that would have wound up on the evidence table and put each set in a manila envelope, labeled "CONFIDENTIAL" (like Clue!). Before the cast left the room for the audience to fill out their evidence records, they passed these envelopes on to each table. This worked out very well for us, and may a useful tip for future Dinner Organizers, as opposed to everyone crowding around the one evidence table. Thank you so much for the basis for an amazing evening.