FAIR GAME - A Madcap Musical Mystery about the Mysterious Nature of Speculation and Alternate Truths
Lies ripped from Victorian and Jazz Age headlines come back to haunt five people who defamed an innocent woman. The characters and their stories are real. The plot is fiction. A mysterious host invites mystery mansion owners Mayme and John Brown, and newspaper reporters Ruth Amet, Joe Custer and John G. Robinson, to a costume party in a graveyard near the Browns' allegedly haunted tourist destination. The host provides them with a note, a Ouija board, and stacks of newspapers to help them figure out why they were summoned there. The Ouija's answers to the question of who their host is inflames the guests' suspicions. They challenge each other to a truth-telling game in which whoever is caught telling a lie must forfeit his or her good name.