Captain Scalawag has obtained the forgotten diary of John King, the cabin boy of the pirate ship The Mad Mermaid, under the command of Captain Thorne, presumed shipwrecked and lost forever. It's up to you to join Scalawag's pirate crew, follow the clues, solve the puzzle to the demise of Captain Thorne and his crew and find their treasure. Are you pirate enough to brave the waters of the Lake of the Ozarks, solve the riddles, follow the clues, avoid the traps, and face the weird and unnatural? Of course you are - for it's a pirates life for you and for me! Join Captain Scalawag's pirate crew today!
Copyright Tim Williams 2023
Copyright Tim Williams 2023
1 hr. 45 min excursion includes treasure
US Coast Guard requires all mates be counted as a passenger no matter their size. An infant, although small, will take the seat of a full paying passenger if they board and thus the pricing requirement. Please be sure to indicate each person in your party when booking no matter their miniature status!
Captain Scalawag, also known as Tim Williams. Always be yourself… unless you can be a pirate. Captain Scalawag has taken that to heart and been pirating for longer than he cares to remember. Legally titled a “Lord” and a certified Reverend in the state of Missouri for officiating weddings, Scalawag has led scores of treasure hunts, performed hundreds of shows and done his best to teach children how to use their imagination, creativity and above all how to be a pirate. Sometimes known as his alter ego Tim Williams, he uses his degree in Film and Television to write/produce/perform and edit digital video projects, create stage productions, build props and make appearances in everything from charity events and school assemblies to seasonal festivals. Tim has also performed in many community theatre productions including “Wizard of Oz” and “Little Shop of Horrors” to “Fiddler on the Roof” and “Roald Dahl’s Willy Wonka.” But above all else, he feels truly fortunate to be known as a pirate.
Mayhem Marnie, also known as Mary DeMichele
When not searching for treasure as Mayhem Marnie, Mary is a coach, consultant, and author whose work in education clinical and professional settings has helped thousands of people take those first critical steps in learning and gaining the benefits of improv. She is the creator of One Rule Improv, a research-based, trauma-informed, and accessible approach to learning, teaching, and applying improv, so people can bring the benefits of improv into their lives quickly and easily. Her recent research on improv's effect on the brain has been featured in Psychology Today and Forbes. A certified academic and special needs teacher, DeMichele is the author of books, published research, articles, and her blog and courses at OneRuleImprov.com. She has a MSSc from Maxwell School of Syracuse University.