August 27 - September 28, 2024 in alternating rep

The Hilarious farce-meets-murder mystery

Based on the cult classic film and the popular board game!

It’s a dark and stormy night, and you’ve been invited to a very unusual dinner party. Each of the guests has an alias, the butler offers a variety of weapons, and the host is, well . . . dead. So whodunnit? Join the iconic oddballs known as Miss Scarlet, Mr. Plum, Mrs. White, Mr. Green, Mrs. Peacock, and Colonel Mustard as they race to find the murderer before the body count stacks up in this madcap comedy that will keep you guessing until the final twist.

“A breezy night of pure entertainment
- TheaterMania

“A very fun, very silly 1950s-set whodunit”
- New York Times

Based on the screenplay by Jonathan Lynn

Written by Sandy Rustin

Additional Material by Hunter Foster and Eric Price

Based on the Paramount Pictures motion picture based on the Hasbro board game CLUE

Contains adult language and situations. Suitable for ages 12+.

Run Time: 90 minutes with one 15-minute intermission.

Group rates available! Contact [email protected] for more information.


Tuesday, August 27 at 7:30 PM

Wednesday, August 28 at 7:30 PM

Saturday, September 7 at 2 PM

Saturday, September 7 at 7 PM

Monday, September 9 at 7 PM


Thursday, September 12 at 2 PM

Thursday, September 12 at 7 PM

Sunday, September 15 at 2 PM

Friday, September 20 at 7 PM

Saturday, September 28 at 2 PM

Saturday, September 28 at 7 PM



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Jonathan Lynn

Jonathan Lynn has directed 10 feature films including the cult classic Clue (he also wrote the screenplay), Nuns on the Run (also written by Mr Lynn), My Cousin Vinny, The Distinguished Gentleman, Sgt. Bilko, Greedy, Trial And Error, The Whole Nine Yards, The Fighting Temptations and most recently, Wild Target. His first produced screenplay was The Internecine Project (1974). For television, Jonathan’s writing credits include dozens of episodes of various comedy series, but he is best known for the phenomenally successful, multi-award winning BBC series Yes Minister and Yes, Prime Minister, co-written and created with Antony Jay. Jonathan authored the bestselling books The Complete Yes, Minister and The Complete Yes, Prime Minister, which cumulatively sold more than a million copies in hardback and have been translated into numerous languages and are still in print nearly 30 years later. His novel Mayday (1991) is being re-published by Endeavour Press and his latest books Comedy Rules (Faber and Faber) and Samaritans (Endeavour) both received rave reviews. About Samaritans, the Sunday Times said: “This is a book George Orwell would have approved of.” Jonathan made his first professional appearance on Broadway in the revue Cambridge Circus, and his television debut on The Ed Sullivan Show, live with 70 million viewers, both at the age of 21. Jonathan’s West End theatre debut, aged 23, was as an actor in the role of Motel the Tailor in the original London cast of Fiddler on the Roof. His subsequent London directing credits include: The Glass Menagerie; Songbook (Best Musical, Olivier Award and Evening Standard Award); Anna Christie (RSC, Stratford and the Donmar); Joe Orton’s Loot; Pass The Butler by Eric Idle, Shaw’s Arms And The Man and The Gingerbread Man (Old Vic). At the National Theatre, he directed A Little Hotel on the Side by Georges Feydeau and Three Men on A Horse (Olivier Award, Best Comedy). As artistic director of the Cambridge Theatre Company, he directed 20 productions, producing 20 others, nine of which transferred to the West End. His numerous awards include the BAFTA Writers Award, Writers Guild (twice), Broadcasting Press Guild (twice), NAACP Image Award, Environmental Media Award, Ace Award–Best Comedy Series on US cable, and a special award from the Campaign For Freedom of Information. Lynn received an M.A. in Law from Cambridge University and now lives in New York, describing himself as a recovering lawyer.

Sandy Rustin

Sandy Rustin is an actress and award-winning playwright. Her comedy, The Cottage, (“Laugh Out Loud!” – The NY Times) was recently presented by Manhattan Theatre Club with Jason Alexander (Seinfeld) directing and a starry 2023 Broadway run with Eric McCormick (Will & Grace), Laura Bell Bundy (Legally Blonde, Bway), and Lilly Cooper (Spring Awakening). Her sketch comedy musical, Rated P … For Parenthood, (“Wistfully Funny!” – The New York Times) opened Off-Broadway at the Westside Theatre and was optioned for TV development with ABC Studios, Kelly Ripa and Mark Consuelos. Sandy’s play, Struck (“A Charming Comedy!” – The NY Times) enjoyed two recent, critically acclaimed productions at NJ REP and Theatre Raleigh. Her play, Houston, is the recipient of the New American Musical Award and, after a recent workshop in NYC, is currently in development for production. Sandy’s newest comedy, Elijah, was recently presented as part of Midtown Direct Rep’s 2017 “Theatre in the Parlor” Reading Series and is in development. She created, developed, wrote, and starred in her own show for Nickelodeon (Nick Mom) called Overbooked. And her web series, It’s Complicated, was acquired by Sandy has two screenplays and two television pilots in development. As an actress, Sandy guest starred on Comedy Central’s, Inside Amy Schumer and regularly appears at New York’s The Upright Citizen’s Brigade in “Gravid Water” (named “Best Improv Show” by Time Out NY). She has worked with Loopers Unlimited for over 15 years as a voiceover actress, appearing in hundreds of TV shows and films. She is the founding co-artistic director of Midtown Direct Rep and an advocate for Cowden Foundation. Northwestern University graduate. Sandy is a member of ASCAP, SAG, AEA, and the Dramatists Guild and is represented by Abrams Artists.

Hunter Foster

Hunter Foster is an artistic associate at the Bucks County Playhouse where he has directed: Clue: On Stage (World Premiere), Guys and Dolls, Company, Ain’t Misbehavin’, The Buddy Holly Story (2016 and 2017), National Pastime, The Rocky Horror Show (2013, 2014, 2016 and 2017), Summer of ’42, and It’s a Wonderful Life. Other directing credits include The Foreigner, Cabaret, My Fair Lady (Cape Playhouse), Grease (North Carolina Theatre), Spamalot (Casa Manana); and has directed productions of the Million Dollar Quartet for the Paper Mill Playhouse, Geva Theatre, Ogunquit Playhouse, Gateway Playhouse and the Westchester Broadway Theatre. He has also directed the NYC workshops of the upcoming new musicals, Far From the Madding Crowd and One Hit Wonder, which had its world premiere at the University of Michigan in the fall of 2017. As a writer, he co-wrote the stage adaptation of the movie, Clue, and has written the books to two off-broadway musicals: Jasper in Deadland — which had its world premiere at the Prospect Theater Company in NYC, followed by a successful run at the Fifth Avenue Theatre in Seattle — and Summer of ’42 which opened at the Variety Arts Theatre in New York City, and was nominated for an Outer Critic Award for best new Off-Broadway musical. Other recent book writing credits include The Circus in Winter (Goodspeed Musicals), Clyde and Bonnie: A Folktale (New York Musical Theatre Festival, Aurora Theatre), The Hollow (Signature Theatre), and Blue Ridge Sky. As an actor, he has appeared on Broadway in The Bridges of Madison County, Hands on a Hardbody, Million Dollar Quartet, The Producers, Little Shop of Horrors (Tony nomination), Urinetown, Les Miserables, Footloose, Grease, and King David. Hunter is a graduate of the University of Michigan (B.F.A. in musical theatre).

Eric Price 

Eric Price has written the lyrics and book to the musicals The Violet Hour, Radioactive, Presto Change-o, Around the World, Hello Out There, The Sixth Borough, and additional material for the stage adaptation of the film Clue. His work has been produced at theatres in New York, around the country, and in Europe. Production experience includes work at such institutions as Manhattan Theatre Club, Roundabout Theatre, Goodman Theatre, The Kennedy Center, Menier Chocolate Factory, Barrington Stage, Symphony Space, Merkin Recital Hall, Minetta Lane Theatre,, Joe’s Pub, 54 Below (including solo show), Birdland, the Ravinia Festival, and more. Eric’s adaptation of Jane Austen’s Emma was commissioned in 2015 and has had over 150 productions around the world. In addition to his career as a writer, Eric was the longtime assistant to 21-time Tony Award-winning director/producer Hal Prince and worked with him over the course of twelve years on the development of new musicals that premiered in New York, Chicago, Washington DC, London, and Tokyo. He is a member of the Lincoln Center Directors Lab and has degrees in directing from Indiana University and musical theatre writing from NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts. He has been a Dramatists Guild Fellow, a Eugene O’Neill Theatre Center finalist, and a member of Goodspeed’s Johnny Mercer Writers Colony and the Rhinebeck Writers’ Retreat. He is an adjunct professor of musical theatre at Pace University and Molloy College/CAP21. With his collaborator, Will Reynolds, Eric won the 2018 Fred Ebb Award for Musical Theatre Writing.

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