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Dial M Productions - Event Producers
All parties are fast paced, comedy driven, personalized and designed around your event.
Dial M Productions is Los Angeles' premier entertainment event planning company for interactive events.
We offer team building workshops, live
bands, murder mysteries, DJ's, karaoke, inflatable games and
attractions, celebrity look-a-likes, and several theme events. All
parties are fast paced, comedy driven, personalized and designed around
your event. Personalized scripts, live music, full scale productions,
combined with the popular style of interactive theater, designed to
accomplish your goals.
Dial M Productions hires only the most talented, professional,
Union actors and musicians in Los Angeles. By combining the best
talent, live musical scores and professional writers and directors, we
can create private parties that will entertain your guests during your
most important special events.
Just think what Dial M can do for your corporate meetings with their International Touring Company!
We offer several interactive theme parties. Some shows include:
our murder mystery event; A Party You'll Die For, a delightful mixture
of mystery and comedy, Frankie & Mia's Wedding, a hysterical
interactive wedding farce where you're a member of the family,
Celebrity Roast, a very personalized event where we roast the members
of your party, The Hollywood Party, where you mix and mingle with
celebrity look-a-likes, The Witch's Brew, a Halloween scavenger hunt
and mystical seance, 60's Dance Party With The Shagwells, a live five
piece band direct from "Squatney" England. A smashingly shagadelic
groovy 60's dance party, Baby!
We look forward to building a relationship with you that will help you fulfill your entertainment and company needs.
Dial M Productions is Los Angeles' premier entertainment event planning company
"Murder mystery evenings, weekends, train rides and so forth have
proliferated in recent years, but producer/director Peggy Phillips'
Dial "M" Murder Mysteries is one of the first and best in the business
since 1985. Dial "M"'s shows are grand fun, and a terrific ice breaker.
For mystery buffs and fans of comedy, this chance to match wits should
not be missed."- Cathy Thompson-Georges, Entertainment Today
"Bravo for their stamina and ability to laugh at themselves
and consequently make us laugh more. Fans of Carol Burnette, and Harvey
Korman will such "pull out all the stops" comedy that exists in Dial M
too. "Don Grigware, Valley Scene
"Frankie and Mia's Wedding revolves around the first meeting
of the two families: the Fettuccinis are wild Italians and the Upjohns
are uptight WASPS. The contrast between the ethnicities, culture and
wealth is the fuel behind the fires that erupt as Frankie and Mia
prepare to tie the knot. Audience members/invited guests are invited to
jump right in the thick of things."- The Cover
Letters of Recommendation Hughes Space and Communications
"Dear Peggy, I'm writing you on behalf of our entire
department (Communication Media) here at Hughes Space and
Communications Company to tell you how much we enjoyed your murder
mystery show at our department holiday party at the Stinking Rose
Restaurant on December 10.
"I've talked with many of the people who attended, and I have
not heard one negative comment from anyone. What I have heard are
reactions reflecting my own; for example:
'It was a fun evening from start to finish. The clue-matching
exercise at the beginning was a good mixer without forcing anyone to
participate if they really didn't want to."
"The production was good theater in every respect. It was
well staged amid severe space constraints. Everyone in the company was
obviously well rehearsed and prepared. The homework that you did to
personalize the show all the way through was very effective and very
"Every member of the cast was splendid. They were all skilled
actors, seamlessly blending the scripted material with the considerable
amount of improv required. Further, they were all 'into' their work,
taking it as seriously and wholeheartedly as I would expect of a good
cast on stage anywhere. They obviously took pride in what they were
doing. Even the song and dance number at the end was terrific. Along
with everything else, you all can sing harmony, too! Outstanding!
"Thanks so much for a great evening!
"Joan Rydbeck, For the Communication Media Department"