Missoula Community Theatre’s Production of Clue: TheMusical open Jan. 23

The Missoula Community Theatre is set to open Clue:  The Musical on Friday night, January 23rd for a two-week run of silly situations, campy music, and a mystery that may be solved up to 216 ways at the end of each and every performance.

MCT’s Artistic Director, Joseph Martinez, is directing this production and Gregory Boris is providing music direction.  The plot centers on a murder at a mansion that is occupied by several suspects.  Bringing this popular board game to life on the stage are the colorful characters the audience may know and love from Clue, the Parker Brothers board game:


“Because this show is based on such a popular game that people still played today, it crosses different generations of people and should appeal to ages 12 and older,” stated Martinez. Adding to the fun visually is a revolving stage, allowing for a wide variety of locations to be created with ease.  Clue:  The Musical is a great offering for the January time slot at MCT, giving the audience many reasons (216, to be exact) to get out of the house and laugh together.  There are 216 different “who dun it?” possibilities, which the audience helps to reveal!

Tickets are on sale now!  Clue:  The Musical runs January 23-25 and January 28-February 1 at the MCT Center for the Performing Arts.  Wednesday-Saturday night performances begin at 7:30 p.m.  Saturday and Sunday matinees begin at 2:00 p.m. and Sunday evenings at 6:30 p.m.  Ticket prices range from $15.00-$21.00 and can be purchased online at www.MCTinc.org, by phone at (406) 728-7529, or at the MCT box office (200 North Adams).  The production is sponsored by US Bank; WGM Group, Inc; and Equity Management, Inc. ***NEW this season—beer and wine are available for purchase at all Missoula Community Theatre shows!

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