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Clue
a Comedy
CATEGORY : COMEDY
by Based on the Motion Picture

COMPANY : Kudzu Playhouse [WEBSITE]
VENUE : Kudzu Playhouse [WEBSITE]
ID# 385

SHOWING : January 11, 2002 - February 23, 2002

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PRODUCTION DESCRIPTION

CLUE, a muderously funny play adapted from the moive based ont he wolrd famous CLUE board game. It's a typically dark and stormy night in 1954 New England. Six guests are invitied to a paarty like no other. The lights go out! When they come back on - abody is on the floor. Everyone had the perfect motive....And the perfect weapon. But only one of the suspects is the murderer. Was it Colonel Mustard in the study with a gun? Was it Miss Scarlet in the billard room with the knife? Or was it Wadsworth the Butler? Join us for an evening of mystery, laughter, murder, and madness. You will be guessing untilthe splitting end. CLUE - not just a game anymore.


CAST & CREW LIST
Colonel Mustard Larry Fairall
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REVIEWS

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CLUE
by ROSWELLVIEWER
Monday, February 11, 2002
5.0
FOR THOSE ARDENT FOLLOWERS OF THE MOVIE OF THE SAME NAME, THIS ROSWELL PRODUCTION OF CLUE WAS A HOOT, A NOT TO BE MISSED PERFORMANCE. [POST A COMMENT REGARDING THIS REVIEW]
Ambitious Undertaking
by GaTallOne
Monday, January 14, 2002
3.0
Trying to squeeze a large gothic mansion onto a small intimate stage is an ambitious undertaking. Kudzu Playhouse, an up and coming new theatre in Roswell, has decided to make this their opening production for their 2002 season.

The adaptation of the movie of the same name is currently running through February 23, 2002. The set is quite impressive if a bit on the cramped side when 8 major characters have to be in the same room. There are the usually twists and turns of the farcical whodunit. Plenty of finger pointing and the usual array of weapons, the lead pipe, wrench, candlestick, etc…. The local adaptation follows the movie very closely and the cast is by and large very up to the task of making us guess the murderer. I was particularly impressed with Mrs. Peacock, Janie Lawson, she was very fun to watch and had a most memorable character.

All in all it was a fun night out and full of laughs.
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