It’s the James D. Murder High 20 Year Reunion!
You’ve come a long way in the last twenty years and so have your classmates.
It’s time to reunite with your old friends (and enemies) to see what everyone’s become.
Unfortunately for one of you...it is a murderer who is destined to strike.
Will it be the math team captain who is now a financial wizard with millions?
The valedictorian who refuses to let anyone top them? Ever.
Or possibly the class president who is now a U.S. presidential hopeful?
You’ll have but one night to figure it out and bring the killer to justice.
Get ready for a night of mystery and mayhem intertwined with rivalries
from the past that spill over to the present. At Murder High, it’s not only
what you were, but what you’ve become. And let’s hope it’s a survivor.
It will be a reunion you won't forget...if you live to tell about it!
For 20-80 guests: 7+ males, 8+ female, 5+ gender neutral role.
For 15-20 guests: 7 males, 6-8 female, 2-5 gender neutral.
For 10-15 guests: 4-5 males, 3-4 females, 3-6 gender neutral.
For 8-12 guests: 4 males, 3-4 females, 1-4 gender neutrals.
Nick Nixon— The Class President. Nick led the class in 1985 and hopes to lead the country in 2012. Does this presidential candidate have too many skeletons in the closet?
Nancy Nixon— The Class Vice President. Nancy has always been known to stand by her man, but is she tired of always being put on the back burner…?
Joe Nebraska— The Jock. As the captain of the football, basketball and baseball team, Joe is a legend at Murder High and in his own mind. Joe has said he will do anything to become a legend at the reunion as well.
Natalie Nebraska— The Cheerleader. Popular and perfect, everyone loves her. Or so she thinks.
Pamela Abdul— The Pompom Captain. The queen of dance in high school, Pamela went on to great stardom in choreography. She is said to be back to spice things up, especially with her old rivals.
Mallory Majesty— The Prom Queen. With Mallory’s wealth and good looks, she is accustomed to ALWAYS getting her way and she will make sure that the reunion is no different.
Mike Majesty—The Prom King. A proper king keeps court with only those who will enhance their reign.
Cindy Crawfish—The Class Flirt. Cindy is still vibrant, bold and unmarried after twenty-five years. Most of the women at the reunion may want to protect themselves... and their man. Rumor has it Cindy can be deadly when she doesn’t get what she wants.
Judd Jenson— The Class Stud. Best friends with Joe & Mike, Judd was always the most popular with the girls. Now that he is twenty-five years older, there may be some rejection that he is not used to…
Bobbie Bright— The Valedictorian. A Harvard law graduate, Bobbie won’t let anyone challenge their claim to “most likely to succeed”.
Molly Ringworm— The Drama Queen. Molly is known to steal the show, whether it was in the school musical or her current soap opera hit, The Brash and The Brutal. For the sake of the reunion, let’s hope she is neither.
Bailey Babble—The Class Gossip. Bailey has been living and working in this town since they graduated high school and still knows everything that’s going on. But how much is too much?
Steve Spielson—Audio Visual Squad Leader. This a.v. squad geek turned Hollywood movie director, Steve is said to be the most successful of the high school classmates, but has he betrayed too many on his way to stardom?
Randy Reporter—Newspaper Editor. With a presidential candidate at the reunion, Randy is determined to get an insider scoop–and they won’t stop till they get it!
Byron P. Keaton—The Math Team Captain. The king of calculators is back to strut his stuff. Ridiculed high school, Byron is back to show just how far money can take you.
Myra S. Keaton—The Math Team Cheerleader. Married to Byron, Myra is planning on coming to the reunion to show the “real” cheerleaders what she is made of…these days it’s money!
Terry Johnson—Hall Pass Monitor. Terry was hard-nosed in high school and even tougher now as a traffic cop. Watch out because Terry will be watching everyone’s moves and will take charge if anything goes wrong at the reunion.
Danny Drums—Marching Band. To Danny, nothing mattered more in high school than band camp. Music is still on his mind, as is revenge.
Sally Sax—Marching Band. Sally is now married to her band camp sweetheart and wants to make sure her sweetie doesn’t step out of line.
B.A. Barricade—The Punk. Never one to take orders well, now B.A. does it for money in the name of ‘private security’. It’s amazing what people may pay B.A. to do.
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TOP 10 FASHION TRENDS OF THE EIGHTIES:
Things you might want to incorporate into your outfit for the whole eighties appeal!
The "Off the shoulder" look-- Inspired by Flashdance
Jellies sandals-- They were plastic. They were noisy. They were hot.
Excercise gear and leg warmers-- "Let's Get Physical" tore up the charts, and people everywhere tore off the layers in favour of spandex and sweatbands and got down with their bad selves.
Teased hair-- Perm it, fluff it, hairspray it and then adorn it with chunky clips.
Tight acid or stonewashed jeans-- Tight, and we mean tight jeans were all the rage, for both men and women. Bleach was splashed onto the denim to give it a patchy mixture of dark and light colour. Then they were ripped and safety pins added to give the desirable punk/rebel look à la Billy Idol. Throw a mullet on with those pants and you were hot stuff.
Shirts with a clip on the side-- Oversized t-shirts were big. Clipping them up on one side with a chunky plastic clip (make it neon, even better) was even bigger.
Shoulder Pads-- For reasons we'll never understand, the linebacker look was popular back in the day.
Don't Worry, Be Happy-- printed on clothing
HAIRSTYLES OF THE EIGHTIES:
Find the perfect hairstyle to go with your outfit!
Feathered, high bangs
Asymmetrical, new wave haircut
The side ponytail-- Bubblegum pop and valley girl mallrats popularized this 80s hairstyle to epic pportions.
The mullet-- Mullets may have received a bad rap through the decades, but back in the day … oh … so dreamy.
The rat tail or duck tail
Here are a few ideas to help you get started decorating for your totally Eighties High School Reunion!
• Hang up old movie posters of some of the favorites-- try to see if you can get all of the members of the brat pack!
Provide an assortment of accessories to help your guests "get into character" including: pom pons, nerdy glasses, bandanas, Varsity letters, etc.
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