Clue: On Stage

AUDITIONS June 13 and 14 from 1:00 – 3:00pm. Preference to those who reserve a time through Sign-Up Genius. Walk-ins will be seen as schedule permits.

Performances will run Sept 12 – 27 on Saturdays and Sundays. A SMALL stipend will be paid per performance.

Prepare one memorized monologue (preferably from a modern comedy or farce) not to exceed 1 minute. There will also be cold readings from the script.

Please bring CURRENT photo or headshot AND resume. These can also be emailed in advance to Photos do not need to be professionally taken; we just need to recognize you!

Call backs will be held on June 16 from 7:00 – 9:00pm with readings from the script. 

Bring your calendar!!! All conflicts should be listed starting from July 20, this includes weekends. The rehearsal schedule will depend on conflicts, but we anticipate Monday – Thursday and possibly some Saturdays or Sundays. 

ALL ROLES ARE OPEN! Reserve your audition slot by clicking here.

Wadsworth (M/F, 30+), a traditional British butler/housekeeper in every sense, uptight, formal and ‘by the book”.  He/She is the driving force of the play.

Yvette (F, 20-30) a sexy French maid with her own secret aspirations (Also plays the REPORTER in the final scene)

Miss Scarlet (F, 25+) a dry, sardonic DC madam who is more interested in secrets than sex.

Mrs. Peacock (F 30+) the churchgoing wife of a senator.  A bit batty, neurotic, and quick to hysteria.

Mrs. White (F, 30+) a pale, morbid, and tragic woman.  Mrs. White may or may not be the murderer of her five ex-husbands.

Colonel Mustard (M 30+) a puffy, pompous, dense blowhard of a military man

Professor Plum (M 30+) An academic Casanova who woos women with his big…brain

Mr. or Ms. Green (M/F 20+) a timid, yet officious rule follower.  He/She is a bit of klutz and awfully anxious.

Ensemble Woman (F 20+) to play: The Cook (a threatening presence), The Motorist (a benign gentleman who rings the wrong doorbell), Auxiliary Scarlet (the back of Miss Scarlet during one scene of theatrical trickery), Auxiliary Wadsworth (during two scenes of theatrical trickery), Singing Telegram Girl, An Agent (an FBI agent who helps save the day)

Ensemble Man (M 20+) to play: Mr. Boddy (a slick James Bond type fella), The Cop (a “regular” Joe), Auxiliary Mustard (the back of Col. Mustard in one scene of theatrical trickery), Aux. Wadsworth (during two scenes of theatrical trickery), An Agent (an FBI agent who helps save the day)