HOUSTON – Houston’s Tony Award-winning Alley Theatre will kick off its 76th season with a manufacturing of the cult classic Clue, primarily based on the beloved board recreation and movie.
The manufacturing will run July 22 to August 28.
“Growing up in the 80s, CLUE was a mainstay of my most frequented VHS viewing collection,” Brandon Weinbrenner mentioned in a launch. “This production promises to lift up the very best comedic work the Alley’s Resident Acting Company and Houston acting community collaborators have to offer.”
The cast of Clue contains Alley’s Resident Acting Company members Elizabeth Bunch as Mrs. White, Dylan Godwin as Wadsworth, Shawn Hamilton as The Unexpected Cop/ Chief of Police, Chris Hutchison as Mr. Boddy/ The Motorist/ Back Up Cop, Melissa Molano as The Cook/ Singing Telegram Girl/ Back Up Cop, Melissa Pritchett as Yvette, David Rainey as Colonel Mustard, Christopher Salazar as Mr. Green, and Todd Waite as Professor Plum.
Rounding out the cast is Michelle Elaine (Dead Man’s Cell Phone, Sense and Sensibility) as Miss Scarlet, Susan Koozin (Murder on the Orient Express) as Mrs. Peacock and understudies Alan Brincks (The Supreme Leader) and Mai Le (High School Play: A Nostalgia Fest).
The inventive workforce of Clue contains Scenic Designer Tim Mackabee, Costume Designer Ásta Bennie Hostetter, Lighting Designer Jason Lynch, Sound Designer Palmer Hefferan, Fight Director & Intimacy Coordinator Adam Noble, Stage Manager Kristen Larson, and Assistant Stage Manager Rebeca R.D. Hamlin.
TICKETS: Tickets to Clue are actually on sale and begin at $28. Discounted tickets can be found for navy, seniors, and any pupil or educator, no matter age, with a sound pupil ID for designated performances. Tickets may be ordered on-line (alleytheatre.org) or by cellphone (713.220.5700).
DIGITAL DISTRIBUTION: From August 29 by September 11, a paid digital model of Clue filmed dwell on the Alley, can be accessible for viewing. Guests who’ve bought an in-person ticket and don’t really feel snug attending in-person could switch their ticket earlier than the beginning of their ticketed efficiency to a digital ticket. Digital tickets are $20 and may be bought at alleytheatre.org. Limited digital tickets can be accessible for buy.
ABOUT ALLEY THEATRE: Begun in Houston in 1947 as an newbie theatre troupe, the Alley Theatre has grown right into a nationally-recognized performing arts company that produces some 400 performances yearly. It is the oldest skilled theatre company in Texas and one of many oldest working resident theatres within the nation.
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