Inexplicable things happened last night at the national theater! The actors are desperate because the play should start soon and the mess is everywhere. This looks like an ideal criminal case for you. Use your detective skills and play Theater Mystery: Chaos in the Opera House – free hidden objects game, search and find the lost evidence and reveal the secret. There is no time to waste. You have to find hidden items and catch the suspects. The show must go on!

HOW TO PLAY Theater Mystery: Chaos in the Opera House adventure?

Don’t be a drama queen – roll up your sleeves and find hidden objects in the pictures of the theatre! This is not an abandoned theater you should escape. Help the poor actors do their job. Find hidden figures when you are given a picture or a silhouette and search for missing items hidden in anagrams. Play other mini games for brain that will entertain you, like logic games, brain teasers, memory games with cards and hidden object puzzle games. All that in this fantastic Theater Mystery: Chaos in the Opera House free download! Enjoy!

Fun Facts:

– Theatre as we know it began in ancient Greece with a religious ceremony in which a chorus of men dressed in goat skins.
– Ancient Greek audiences stamped their feet rather than clapping their hands to applaud.
– The word ‘tragedy’ comes from a Greek expression meaning ‘goat song’.
– The word theatre comes from an ancient Greek word meaning a ‘place for seeing.’
– World Theatre Day has been held on March 27 every year since 1962.
– According to Aristotle, the plot is the most important feature of a dramatic performance.
– The oldest play still in existence is The Persians by Aeschylus, written in 472 BC.
– What should the theatre be? The theatre should be full. – Giuseppe Verdi.
– I love acting. It is so much more real than life. – Oscar Wilde.
– Women would not be allowed on the English stage until 1660.
– The original Shakespeare’s Globe was 750 feet away from the modern replica.
– The steepest balcony level seating in London is at the Apollo Theatre.
– The Soho Theatre used to be a Synagogue.
– In 1606, William Shakespeare had to play Lady Macbeth when Hal Berridge, the boy playing her, died suddenly.
– Saying ‘Break A Leg’ in the theatre didn’t start until the 1920s.
– There are 40 Broadway theaters, but only 4 are actually on Broadway.
– Just two years before the U.S. became its own country, the Continental Congress banned plays in America!
– At a time during the first century, the church actually opposed theatre. This even included religious plays!
– The first theatre in the U.S. was built in Virginia in 1716, 60 years before the Declaration of Independence!
– Often, the Queen would come to the Globe theater to watch Shakespeare’s works.
– Phantom of the Opera is the longest-running Broadway show.
– In ancient Rome, there were a number of famous actresses, including one of Emperor Nero’s concubines, Acte.
– 66% of Broadway audience are female.
– The Sydney Opera House takes for its illumination the energy quantity enough to lit a small Australian town.
– English theatre was banned by puritans from 1642-1660.
– New Jersey is home of the world’s first drive-in movie theater, built on June 6, 1933.
– The oldest and most haunted theatre in London is Theatre Royal Drury Lane.
– The first woman to appear in a Shakespeare play was in 1660, 44 years after Shakespeare’s death.
– In the 16th century England, actors traveled from town to town, looking for audiences to pay to watch them perform.
– Playhouses were not constructed in London until 1576.