The show plays the Massachusetts venue prior to embarking on a national tour.
The Cape Playhouse's 92nd season concludes with Clue: On Stage, prior to embarking on a national tour. Based on the 1985 Paramount movie adaptation of the classic Hasbro board game, Clue isadapted from Jonathan Lynn’s screenplay, with additional material by Hunter Foster, Sandy Rustic, and Eric Price.
Performances continue through September 1.
The murder mystery stars Lorenzo Pisoni as Wadsworth, Hannah McKechnie as Yvette, January LaVoy as Miss Scarlet, Nancy Opel as Mrs. Peacock, Natalie Charle Ellis as Mrs. White, Stephen DeRosa as Colonel Mustard, Duane Boutté as Professor Plum, Brian J. Carter as Mr. Green, Chantelle Guido as Character Woman, and Patrick Richwood as Character Man.
Foster directs, joined by choreographer Jen Cody, set designer Adam Koch, costume designer Nikki Moody, lighting designer Jaron Kent Hermansen, composer/music supervisor Michael Holland, wig designer J. Jared Janas, props designer Marissa Picciuto, and sound designer Joe Palermo. Casting director for the 2018 season is Geoff Josselson, CSA.
Flip through photos of the production below:
First Look at Clue: On Stage at the Cape Playhouse