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CharacterListfor

MurderMysterywithAlice
writtenbyRamonaBrownandChipperBrown
April2013
AllRightsReserved.
TheCheshireCat:
isquietandmysterious.HehasalwayshadathingfortheQueenandiswillingtodowhatever
shewants.Hehasaseriousfascinationwithtreesandcanconstantlybefoundclimbingone.
Heoftenspeaksinriddlesandwilltrytoconfusethosehemeets.
MadHatter:
wasabandonedbyhisfamilyattheageof12afterheaccidentallysteppedonthefamilycat.He
doesnotlikecats,especiallythosewithshiftyeyes.Hespentmanyyearsaloneinthewoods
whichcausedhimtogoalittlecrazy,butheknowshowtothrowthebestpartiesandcanoften
befoundentertainingmanyguests.Hisrecentpartieshavebeeninterruptedbyanannoying
blondegirl.
WhiteRabbit:
wasthemiddlechildinaverylargefamily.Hehasastrangeobsessionwithtimeandalways
seemstobesearchingforit.HedoesnthavetimewiththephilosophiesofAliceasitoften
makeshimlate.
TheQueenofHearts:
raisedasanonlychild,shebelievestheworldtorevolveonlyaroundher.Shehasnopatience
fordisobedienceorlittlegirlswhooutdoheratcroquet.
TheKingofHearts:
sufferedwithaspeechdisorderasachildsoherarelyspeaks.Hemostlycommunicateswith
headandhandmovementsonly.HeactsasthoughheadorestheQueen,butsecretlyhe
wisheshewerefreeofherandcouldspendmoretimewiththecuteblonde.
TheWhiteQueen:
isacousintotheQueenofHeartsbutsheismoreelegantandsweet.Sheissecretlyinlove
withtheKingofHeartsandtheonlypersonthatshehasdisclosedthisinformationtoisAlice.
TheRedQueen:
seetheswithjealousy.SheisayearyoungerthanhersistertheWhiteQueenandfeelsthatshe
hasalwaysbeenoverlooked.SheholdsagrudgeagainstAlicebecauseshebelievesthatAlice
isresponsibleforkillingtheJabberwocky.

TheDodoBird:
wasraisedbyaveryrichandprominentfamilywhostressedmannersandaveryoldfashioned
wayoflife.Amonghiscontemporaryfriends,hecomesacrossabitawkwardandoverthetop.
Hedoesnotnoticethattheysometimessnickerathisoldfashionedways.Hehashowever
noticedthatthenewblondegirl,Alice,willmakesarcasticcommentsabouthismanners.
TheDoorMouse:
struggleswithnarcelpsyandcanhardlyeverstayawake.HeistootiredtonoticeAliceor
anyoneelsearoundhimandjustuseshisminimalawaketimeforeating.However,somehave
toldhimthattheyseehimoutandaboutinthenightbuthehasnosuchrecollection.
TheMarchHare:
wentbonkerslastMarch.ItwastheconstantsnoringoftheDoorMousethatdidhimin.Hehas
astrangeobsessionwithjamandconstantlyasksothersiftheyareinneedofmorejam.He
doesntcareforAlicemuch,becauseshedoesnotlikejam.
TheDuchess:
sheisanabusivemotherwhoconstantlyfillsherhousewithpepperandbeatsherchild
everytimeshesneezes.WhenAlicefindsfaultinherparentingtechniqueandthreatenstocall
CPS,shegivesthechildtoAlicebutholdsontoabittergrudge.
TweedleDee:
Twinbrothersthathaveneverbeenseparatedsincebirth.TweedleDeeislefthandedandthis
istheonlydifferencebetweenheandhisbrother.Isusuallyhappyandsilly.
TweedleDum:
Twinbrothersthathaveneverbeenseparatedsincebirth.TweedleDumisrighthandedand
thisistheonlydifferencebetweenheandhisbrother.Isusuallyhappyandsilly.
BilltheLizard:
isamoron.Heworksasachimneysweepanddreamsofbeingahero.Sofar,theclosest
thinghehaseverdonetobeingheroicisrescuingapigeonfromthetopledgeofthechimney
stack.Hetellseveryonethestoryoverandoverandoveragain.HesannoyedwithAlice
becauseshehasmentionedthatsheistiredofhimtellingthatstory.
HumptyDumpty:
isspoiledrotten.Duetoamisfortunateaccidentasababywherehismotheraccidentally
droppedhimonhishead,shetriedtomakeupforitbygivinghimanythingandeverythinghe
everwanted.Hedoesnotknowthemeaningofthewordnoandwillthrowameanfitwhenever
hepleases.
TheWhiteKnight:

Heisaninventorofthingsthatdontreallyneedtobeinvented.Heisspaceyandoften
distractedduringconversations.Hislatestinventionisaportablechinrestandiscurrently
workingonaheadsetthatholdsarolloftoiletpaper.
Caterpillar:
wasabusedasachildandthinkstheworldisouttogethim.Becauseofthis,hetriestoget
everyoneelsefirst.Heismeanallthetime.HehasaspecialhatredforAlicebecausehis
motherwasablonde.
TheMockTurtle:
isanoldmanthatbelieveseveryonelikeshim.Hetellsstoriesthathebelieveseveryonetoenjoy
wheninrealitytheydont.
TheGryphon:
isalwaysquicktostickupforthemockturtleandneverleaveshisside.
Thefishfootman:
verypoliticallyopinionated.HeisastaunchRepublican.
thefrogfootman:
verypoliticallyopinionatedandisaveryliberalDemocrat.
KnaveofHearts:
Stubborn,quietandstuckup.Hebelievesheisallthat!
FourofSpades:
heisagardenerandlovestodiguptheearthandplantnewthings.
TenofDiamonds:
sheisaddictedtothecolorredandanythingthatisshinyandglittery.
TwoofClubs:
isnotverybrightandisobsessedwithbeinglikethe10ofdiamonds.Sheneverleavesherside.
TheTulip:
meangirlofthegroup
TheDaffodil:
anothermeangirlofthegroup
TheRose:
thesweetmotherfigure

Scriptfor
MurderMysterywithAlice
WrittenbyRamonaBrownandChipperBrown
April2013
AllRightsReserved.
15minutesintotheparty,thenarratorannouncestothegueststhatAlicehasbeenfounddead.
Soonafterthis,thefollowingnotesareservedtothecorrespondingguests:
1.totheRedQueen:
Yousawyoursister,theWhiteQueen,andAliceinaveryseriousconversationyesterday
afternoon.Youwerentabletohearmostofwhattheywerediscussing,butithadsomethingto
dowiththeQueenandKingofHearts.InquirewiththeWhiteQueenfurther.
2.totheMarchHare:
YouwereoutlatelastnightjamshoppingwiththeMadHatterfortonightsparty.Yousawthe
DoorMousecreepingaroundthehedgesneartheQueensRoseGarden.Youarecuriousasto
whathewasupto.
3.TotheCaterpillar:
YouknowrightfromthestartthatitwastheQueenofHearts.Whoelsecouldithavebeen?If
onlyeverybodycouldseetheobviousanswerbehindthismadness.Youdecidetoinvestigatefor
sureproof.
4.totheDodoBird:
YouhaveaproblemwiththeDuchessandherabusivenaturewithherbaby.Itisnotladylikeor
classyforhertoactthisway.Youconfrontheraboutthistoseeifsheiswillingtotakeformal
mannertraining.
5.toBilltheLizard:
YouconfrontHumptyDumptyaboutthescreamingfightyouwitnessedbetweenheandAlice
justaweekago.Youevensawhimpullingherhair.

6.toHumptyDumpty:
YourecallhavingaslightdisagreementwithAlicelastweekoverthecoloroftheroses.Youtold
hernottoworryaboutthewhiterosesandthatthecardsareoverreacting.Youtellherthatshe
isbeingalittlemanicoversomethingassimpleasflowers.Youdontunderstandwhyshe
doesntbelieveyouandmayhavegottenalittleupset.WhenBillconfrontsyouabouttheslight
altercation,youtellhimthatyouwereonlyhelpingtheQueenoutbecauseyouknewtheroses
werethewrongcolorbutyouhadntspokentoAlicesince.PerhapstheQueenofHeartsknows
moreaboutwhathappenedtoAlice.
TheMadHatterinterruptseveryoneschatterwithagame
ThenarratorinterruptsthenonsensicalgamewiththelatestreportofAlice.Ithasbeenreleased
thatAlicewasfounddeadamongtherosebushesoftheQueensCourt.
Thefollowingnotesaredelivered:
7.TotheQueenofHearts:
JustbeforeAlicedisappeared,sheleftyouanotethatyourhusbandtheKingwasnotreallyin
lovewithyouandbecauseyouhavebeensoselfinvolved,itwouldbebesttolethimgo,sohe
canfindtruelove.AlicehintedthatsomeoneelsewastrulyinlovewiththeKing.Trytofind,
amongtheotherwomenpresent,whomaybeinterestedinyourhusband.
8.TotheDuchess:
YouareoffendedbytheDodoBirdsbluntnessandrequesttotakemannerclasses.Notto
mentionthisisnotthefirsttime.Inyouranger,youdecidetospreadrumorsconcerninghimand
Alice...
9.TotheWhiteRabbit:
YourememberjustafewdaysagothatAliceinformedyouprivatelythattheWhiteQueenwasin
lovewiththeKing.Youdontknowhow,butperhapsthispieceofinformationisrelatedtothe
murder.Investigatefurther.
10.TotheWhiteKnight:
YouremembertheMadHatterbeingquiteangryafterlastweekspartywhenAliceruineditall
merelybyshowingup.Youcantremembermuchofwhatwasdiscussed,butthenameAlice
wasbroughtupquiteangrilymanytimesduringtheconversation.

11.TotheWhiteQueen:
Youaretiredofyourcousin,TheQueenofHearts,havingthemanyouareinlovewith.Youare
moreboldinyourconversationsandflirtationswiththeKing.
12.TotheMockTurtle:
YouareconcernedthatperhapstheMadHatterisbehindthismysteriousmurders.Youknow
thathisteapartieshavebeengettingmoreandmoreoutofhand.Perhapsamurdercould
createjustenoughsuspensetokeeptheguestswantingmore....Investigatefurther.Askaround
forhintsastotheMadHattersinnocenceorlackthereof...
13.TotheCheshireCat:
YouhateseeingtheQueenofHeartssodistraught.Youdontknowwhatisgoingonwithher
butyoustarttoinquirewithhercousins(Thewhitequeenandtheredqueen)toseeiftheyknow
whatisgoingon.YouoverheardAlicetellingtheWhiteRabbitthattheWhiteQueenissecretly
inlovewiththeKingofHearts.
14.TotheMadHatter:
Youaretheultimatehost!Yougofromgrouptogroupentertainingyourguestswithyour
nonsensicalchatterandrhymes.Youalsofinditfuntooverhearsnippetsfromoneconversation
andtwistthingsabitandshareitwithothergroups.Youaregreatatstartingsmallrumors!
Ataround8pm(or1hourintotheparty)thenarratorinterruptstheguestswithmore
information.
AlicewasfoundamongtherosebushesintheQueensCourtandshehadbeenbeheaded.
Thefollowingnotesaredelivered:
15.TotheCaterpillar:
Youaretiredofallthisnonsense.Youknowmorethananyoneelseseemsto.Youbringupthe
factthattheQueenwasstarkravingmadwhenshediscoveredthatherroseshadbeenpainted
over.Youheardhersaythatshewouldcutofftheheadsofeveryoneresponsible.
16/17.toTweedleDeeandTweedleDum:
youandyourbrotherareabitdistraughtbecauseyouhavelostyournewrattle.Youwereboth

playingwithitearlierinthemorningbuthaventseenitsince.Youbegintoplayfullyblameeach
other,butgraduallyyourbanterescalatesandyoubothgetalittleangry.
18.toTheWhiteKnight:
YouhavebeenassociatingyourselfwithTweedleDeeandTweedleDumforsometimenow
andfindthatalthoughtheyareusuallyveryhappyandplayful,occasionallytheycanlosetheir
temperandgetveryangry.Oftenaftertheiroutbursts,theydontrememberwhattheysaidor
did.
19.ToHumptyDumpty:
YoubegintowonderifperhapstheMadHatterisbehindthismurder.Afterall,themanisstark
ravingmad.InvestigatefurtherandaskaroundtoseeifothersknowanythingabouttheMad
Hatterswhereaboutslastnight.
20.toTheQueenofHearts:
Yougatheryourcardsoldierstohelpyoudiscoverwhoisinlovewithyourhusband.Youtell
themthatyouwanttheirheadonaplatter.Youdonttrulymeanit,yourwordsarefarmore
scarythanyouractions.
21.totheCheshirecat:
YoubelievethatitistimetheQueenknowthetruthaboutherhusband.Youinformherthather
cousintheWhiteQueenhassecretlybeeninlovewiththeKingforsometimenow.Andyou
alsotellherthatyoususpecttheKingtohavebeeninlovewithAlice.
22.totheRedQueen:
YouoverheardtheCheshirecattelltheQueenthattheKingwasinlovewithAliceandthatyour
sisterwasinlovewiththeKing.Althoughyoudidnotcarefortheblondegirlyourself,youwould
nothavewantedanyharmtocometoher.Youbelievethatyoursisterkilledhersoshecould
havetheKingtoherself.Investigatefurther,butdonottellanyonewhatyouknow.
23.TotheWhiteRabbit:
Youworrywiththemurderthatthedoormouseandhisnarcolepsymayhavebeeninvolved.You
confronttheMarchHareaboutthisconcern.Fightforthisinformation,youdontletupseeking
outanswers.
Atthistimethemadhatterstartsupagame.Afterthegameisdone,theNarratorreturns

withanotherannouncement,thatthemurdertookplaceataroundmidnightthenight
before.Nexttothemurderweaponwasasmallbabyrattle.
Thefollowingcardsaredelivered:
24.ToTheRedQueen:
Onyourwaytotheauthoritieswithyourinformationaboutthemurder,youoverheartwopeople
discussingthemurder,butbeforeyoucouldseewhoitwas,yousomehowlostyourhead.You
arenowdead.Followthemessengerimmediately.Donotspeakawordtoanyone.
25/26.ToTweedleDeeandTweedleDum:
Yourealizethattherattlefoundatthesceneisprobablyyours.Youbegintoargueoverwhos
faultitisandinthepassionoftheargumentsomehowasecondbodyappears,butthenextthing
youknow,itisdead.
ThenarratorannouncesthattheRedQueenhasbeenfoundbeheaded.
27.ToTheKingofHearts:
RightbeforetheRedQueenwasfounddead,theRedQueenconfidedinyouthathersisterwas
inlovewithyouandthattheQueenofHeartshadlearnedofyourloveforAlice.Youbelieveit
wastheWhiteQueenwhokilledAliceandhersistertheRedQueen.
28.TheMarchHare:
WhileyouhavebeeneatingjamandcrumpetswiththeWhiteQueen,yougetwordthatthe
Doormousehasgonemissingagainandyouhaventseenhimforawhile.Youalsonoticethat
TweedleDeeandTweedleDumhavebeenfightingwitheachotheralot.Yougotoseeif
everythingisalrightwiththem.
29.TheWhiteRabbit:
YouseetheDoorMousewanderingaroundandaskhimwherehehasbeen.Heisactingvery
strangeandavoidsyourquestions.Hedoesntseemtoknowanythingmorethanthathehas
beensleeping.
30.totheDuchess:
Youarestillupsetaboutthatdumbblondegirlandyoudonthidethatyouareabitrelievedthat
sheisgone.YoutellthistotheCaterpillar.

31.totheDodoBird:
yousawTweedleDeeandTweedleDumplayingwithanewtoyyesterday.Todayitseemsthat
theyhavebeenarguingalot.Youknowtheyaresetoffeasily,soyouwonderifthereisany
relation.
32.toBill:
Youhavelostyourhead.Pleasefollowthemessenger.
33.TotheDoorMouse:
YoulearnthatAliceandtheRedQueenwerebothkilledbythesamesword.Youaretoopoorto
ownaswordlikethatsoeventhoughyouknowyouvebeenoutwanderingatnight,thereisno
wayyoucouldhavekilledthem.Youonlywishyoucouldrememberifyouhadseenorheard
somethingthatwouldhelpintheinvestigation.
NarratorreturnsandannouncesthatBillisdead.
Thefollowingnotesaredelivered:
34.totheCheshirecat:
YouareafraidthatitwastheQueenofHeartswhohasbeendoingthekilling.Youwantto
protecthersoyoubegintobuildsuspicionagainsttheWhiteQueen.Youwantothersaround
youtobelievethatsheisbehindthemurders.
35.totheWhiteQueen:
NowthatyoursecretisoutaboutyourlovefortheKingandwiththedeathofyoursister,you
wanttomakesurethattheQueenofHeartspaysforthemurdersshehascommitted.Youtell
yoursuspicionsandfeelingsaboutthistotheDuchess.
36.totheDodoBird:
Recently,youwereseatedclosetotheDoorMouseashewasdriftinginandoutofsleep.You
heardhimwhisper,stop,stopboys,donthurther.Thenhecontinuedtosnore.Afewminutes
later,hewokeupwithastartandsaid,justtakeyourrattleandgobacktoplaying.
37.totheQueenofHearts:

Youarenowtheonetoloseyourhead.Pleasefollowthemessenger.
38/39.toTweedleDeeandTweedleDum:
Thedayhasbeenfulloffitsofangerbetweeneachother.Yourealizethatatyourfeetisa
bloodiedswordandtheheadoftheQueenofHearts.Youlookateachotherandsweartonot
tellanotherlivingsoulaboutthis.Youwilldowhateverittakestomakeitlooklikeotherswere
involved,notyou.
NarratormakestheannouncementthattheQueenofHeartshasbeenfounddead.
Heasksforideasforsuspects.Guestswillcalloutthosewhotheysuspectandthetrialwill
beginshortly.Inthemeantime,theMadHatter,suggestsanothergame!
Game...
Trial.Thesuspectsarebroughtforwardandtheformerlymurderedcharacterswillnowbecome
thejury.Thenarratorbecomesthejudgeandthejuryisseatedbehindhimtotheleft.
EachSuspectwillhave2minutestomaketheircase.
Eachremainingcharacterwilltellwhotheythinkitisandwhy.TheJudgewillkeeptrackoftheir
answers.
Attheend,thejurywillvoteontheonepersontheybelieveitisandthenthetruthwillbe
revealed.
**WhereitreferstogamesbytheMadHatter,thesecanbeanytypeoffun,shortpartygame.