Audition Notice: Clue on Stage at Beatrice Community Players Dec. 13-14

Auditions: Dec. 13 & 14 beginning at 7 p.m. Sign up here.

Casting: Flexible cast of approximately 5 men and 5 women

Production dates: Feb. 11-13, 18-20

What to do: Those auditioning will be asked to read from the script

*Please note that CP requires all performers ages 12 and over to be vaccinated against COVID-19, and show proof of vaccination at the auditions. This is a standard practice at most theatres around the country. If you have questions please email the theatre.

Directed by: Tyler Rinne

About the show: It’s a dark and stormy night, and every guest at this dinner party has an alias, the butler is well-stocked with weapons, and the host is dead! The body count at Boddy Manor is stacking up, and every one of the iconic oddballs of the cult classic film and popular board game are here to solve the murder before it’s too late!

Character Breakdowns:

WADSWORTH, a traditional British butler in every sense: uptight, formal, and “by the book.”

He is the driving force of the play and must be able to do convincing imitations of every other character.

YVETTE, a loyal and sexy French maid who speaks in an accent.

MS. SCARLET, a dry, sardonic madam who is more interested in secrets than sex.

MRS. PEACOCK, the wealthy wife of a U.S. senator; a bit batty, neurotic, and quick to hysteria.

MRS. WHITE, a pale and morbid woman who may or may not have murdered her five ex-husbands.

COL. MUSTARD, a puffy, pompous, dense blowhard of a military man.

PROF. PLUM, an arrogant academic who is easily impressed by himself.

MR. GREEN, a timid but officious rule-follower, who is awfully anxious.

ENSEMBLE 1, to play COOK, a gruff woman; SINGING TELEGRAM GIRL, a bubbly tap-dancer; and a COP, among possible other roles.

ENSEMBLE 2, to play MOTORIST, a professional driver; UNEXPECTED COP, a suspicious lawman; CHIEF OF POLICE, the saver-of-the-day; among possible other roles.

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