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Friday, December 16 • 8:00pm - 9:30pm
Anime Spot Presents: 10th Annual Murder Mystery Night

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Founded by Diana Galvin during her time at UCF's Anime Spot, Murder Mystery Night is an interactive performance, utilizing multiple characters from various anime and videogames. The actors dress in cosplay and perform a scripted show, consisting of five acts and mingle sessions in between. Lines are both memorized and improvised, allowing the audience to participate in finding the culprit of the show. This year's theme revolves around the anime Death Parade, giving a twist to the usual murder mystery night formula. Instead of finding a killer, the main character from Death Parade is seeking an anomaly in the sorting system within the rules of the anime. The characters this year are pulled from shows such as JoJo's Bizarre Adventure, Fullmetal Alchemist, Tokyo Ghoul, Puella Magi Madoka Magica, and the esteemed video game Undertale. The script is fan written by Bronté Bettencourt and Alex Yap, with affiliation from UCF's Anime Spot. The show usually runs between 1h30-2hrs. This show was produced by UCF's Anime Club which has 110-130 per performance. When held at Knightrokon 2014, 150+ attended, with staff having to turn people away at the door.


Friday December 16, 2016 8:00pm - 9:30pm
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