Jitterbug back to a time when Prohibition was law, mobsters ran moonshine by moonlight … and murder ran rampant. A unique, interactive and occasionally downright surreal theatrical experience, Speakeasy Dollhouse’s The Bloody Beginning returns by popular demand. Bringing to life the actual unsolved Prohibition-era murder of Frank Spano in a downtown building that was once the hangout of notorious organized crime figure Meyer Lansky, this meticulously detailed and remarkably immersive experience comes complete with live jazz music, burlesque dancers and real moonshine. Everyone attending will be assigned a name and a role and be encouraged to explore the surrounding confines. See a suspicious stranger? Talk to him. Find an unlocked door? Go ahead and see what’s on the other side. Discover a fishy-looking bookshelf? Go ahead and give it a nudge … it may just reveal a significant clue with which you can help solve Frank’s murder. For the best experience possible, be sure to read the emails you’ll receive from Frank’s granddaughter a few days before the event, as they will contain not only secret passwords required for entrance and instructions to follow thereafter, but also some fairly significant evidence. So don your finest fedora or fringiest flapper dress and travel back to The Bloody Beginning.