“Clue, The Musical!” is a delightful show based on the Parker Brothers board game of the same name and marks the first time a board game has ever been brought to life on the stage. With book by Peter DePietro, lyrics by Tom Chiodo, and music by Galen Blum and Vinnie Martucci,
“Clue!” is “The first really new and creative musical to come along in a long time” according to The Chicago Sun Times. “Saucy, bright and loony!” said Variety, and The New York Times proclaimed that “Clue! is a show for the whole family ... a clever adaptation of the game. A sparkling evening in the theatre!.”
Tickets are available for the Springs Theatre Company’s production of “Clue, The Musical!” This dinner theatre offering will take the stage Oct. 23, 24 and 25 at 6:30 p.m. at the Pagosa Lakes Clubhouse. Before the show, guests will be treated to a three-course meal beginning with a baby field green salad and fresh rolls and butter. A delicious entree of Tuscan chicken breast, penne pasta with sundried tomatoes in a cream sauce, and roasted Mediterranean vegetables will then be served buffet style. During intermission, indulge in a slice of creamy New York style cheesecake with a variety of toppings.
“Clue, The Musical” follows the game’s six well known “suspects” as they sing and dance their way through mayhem and murder in six rooms of the Boddy mansion. Co-directed by Joan Hageman and Betty Schwicker, this Springs Theatre Company production promises to be full of twists and turns. The extremely talented cast consists of Bob Nordmann as Mr. Boddy, Lizz Baldwin as Mrs. White, Candy Flaming as Miss Scarlett, D’Ann Artis as Mrs. Peacock, Larry Baisdon as Professor Plum, Matthew Brunson as Mr. Green, Michael DeWinter as Colonel Mustard, Stacy West as Lana Blight, and Heidi Tanner as the Detective. Adding their own brand of talent to the live musical combo are Venita Burch and Joan Hageman on keyboard and Dan Burch on drums.
Guest participation is encouraged as the suspect, room and weapon will change each night based on the Clue cards drawn by audience volunteers creating 216 potential endings. The audience, also, gets a chance to play along on a tally sheet and deduce who dunnit, in which room, and with what weapon. Don’t miss this family friendly evening out with The Springs Theatre Company.
Reserved seating tickets are on sale now for “Clue, the Musical” at The Plaid Pony and online at www.SpringsTheatreCompany.org. Tickets for the three-course dinner and the show are $35. For more information on “Clue, The Musical!” contact Michael DeWinter at 731-5262, Rick Artis at 731-8914, or visit the Web site.