It was the Paper Mill, with a starry cast, in the theatre. The Paper Mill Playhouse production of Clue, the murder mystery comedy inspired by the board game and adapted from the cult favorite film, officially opens January 30 following previews that began January 26.
The Casey Hushion-directed staging stars John Treacy Egan as Colonel Mustard, Donna English as Mrs. White, Kathy Fitzgerald as Mrs. Peacock, Sarah Hollis as Miss Scarlet, Kolby Kindle as Cop & Others, Michael Kostroff as Professor Plum, Alex Mandell as Mr. Green, Isabelle McCalla as Yvette, Mark Price as Wadsworth, Hazel Anne Raymundo as Cook & Others, and Graham Stevens as Mr. Boddy & Others. Serving as understudies are Pamela Bob, Jamie LaVerdiere, Alanna Saunders, Jeff Skowron.
Clue is written by Sandy Rustin with additional material by Hunter Foster and Eric Price, based on the screenplay by Jonathan Lynn. It features original music by Michael Holland.
The production also features scenic design by Lee Savage, costume design by Jen Caprio, lighting design by Ryan J. O'Gara, sound design by Matt Kraus, hair and wig design by J. Jared Janas, and casting by Binder Casting and JZ Casting. Rick Sordelet serves as fight director and intimacy consultant with Jill Gold as production stage manager.
Proof of vaccination for all artists, staff, and audiences over the age of 12, as well as face masks for staff and audiences, are required for entry into the theatre. A select number of performances will live stream.
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