SMC Theatre Presents “Clue” for Fall Production
All the familiar characters, weapons, and rooms will be on stage for the Spartanburg Methodist College Theatre Program’s presentation of “Clue” for its fall stage production, running October 21 – 24 in the Gibbs Auditorium on the College’s campus.
“Everybody is familiar with Clue, whether it’s through the board game, the movie, or the play, so we thought it would be a perfect production for our return to the stage,” said Dr. Kate Roark, director of the SMC theatre program. “It’s a whimsical production that will entertain and also have the audience trying to figure out who did it.”
The performances will be held at 7 p.m. nightly on October 21 – 23 with Sunday’s performance being a matinee at 2:30 p.m. Tickets are $10 per person at the door with free admission for all SMC students, faculty, and staff.
Based on the iconic Hasbro board game and the hit 1985 movie, Clue is a farcical murder mystery based on a mysterious dinner party. The memorable cast of characters, including Wadsworth the Butler, Miss Scarlet, and Colonel Mustard, are all under suspicion and forced to figure who the killer is, how they did it, and where.