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Production Photos Photos: Can You Solve the Mystery of the New National Tour of Clue?

The live adaptation of the cult favorite film embarked on a tour of North America in February.

Company of the North American tour of Clue Evan Zimmerman

The stage adaptation of cult favorite film Clue has hit the road, and new production shots offer a look at the suspects. The national tour launched from the Orpheum Theatre in Minneapolis, Minnesota, February 27, with 19 stops ahead on its itinerary. Casey Hushion is again directing the production, a remount of Paper Mill Playhouse's 2022 staging.

John Treacy Egan and Mark Price are reprising their performances as Colonel Mustard and Wadsworth (respectively) from the Paper Mill run. They're newly joined by Mariah Burks as the Cook, Michelle Elaine as Miss Scarlet, Joanna Glushak as Mrs. Peacock, Tari Kelly as Mrs. White, John Shartzer as Mr. Green, Jonathan Spivey as Professor Plum, Alex Syiek as Mr. Boddy, Teddy Trice as the Cop, and Elisabeth Yancey as Yvette. Rounding out the company are understudies Greg Balla, Alison Ewing, Mary McNulty, and James Taylor Odom.

Photos: The North American Tour of Clue

Adapted from the 1985 film and the board game from which both are inspired, 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 work sees six mysterious guests converge on Boddy Manor for a night they'll never forget—if they get out alive.

Hushion reassembled much of her creative team from the Paper Mill run, including scenic designer Lee Savage, costume designer Jen Caprio, lighting designer Ryan J. O'Gara, and hair and wig designer J. Jared Janas. New for the tour is sound designer Jeff Human.

The Araca Group, Work Light Productions, Lively McCabe Entertainment, and Aged in Wood are producing.

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