"Clue Onstage" Show Looking for Talent
The company is holding auditions for the "Clue Onstage" Show and looking for actors, please see the details below ONLY LOCAL TALENT WILL BE CONSIDERED. About the project : Clue is a hilarious farce-meets-murder mystery. The tale begins at a remote mansion, where six mysterious guests assemble for an unusual dinner party where murder and blackmail are on the menu. When their host turns up dead, they all become suspects. Led by Wadsworth – the butler, Miss Scarlett, Professor Plum, Mrs. White, Mr. Green, Mrs. Peacock and Colonel Mustard race to find the killer as the body count stacks up. Clue is the comedy whodunit that will leave both cult-fans and newcomers in stitches as they try to figure out…WHO did it, WHERE, and with WHAT! Additional info: Rehearsals at IT will be 2-3 evenings/week until August, and up to 5 eve/week after that until opening. Perusal scripts are available for check-out at the IT office on Tuesdays (2-6 pm) or Thursdays (10 am-2 pm), or by arrangement.
A traditional British butler in every sense: uptight, formal and “by the book.” He is the driving force in the play.
A sexy, French Maid, with her own secret aspirations. (Also plays THE REPORTER in the final scene).
A dry, sardonic D.C. Madam who is more interested in secrets than sex.
The church-going wife of a Senator. A bit batty, neurotic, and quick to hysteria.
A pale, morbid, and tragic woman. Mrs. White may or may not be the murderer of her five ex-husbands.
A puffy, pompous, dense, blow-hard of a military man.
An academic Casanova who woos women with his big … brain.
A timid, yet officious, rule follower. He’s a bit of a klutz and awfully anxious.
A threatening presence. ENSEMBLE
A benign passerby who rings the wrong doorbell. ENSEMBLE
The back of Miss Scarlet during a scene of theatrical trickery. ENSEMBLE
Wadsworth during two scenes of theatrical trickery. ENSEMBLE
An FBI agent who helps to save the day. ENSEMBLE
A mobster type fella. A dark cloud follows this guy wherever he goes.
A “Regular Joe.”
The back of Colonel Mustard during a scene of theatrical trickery.