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October 31, 2012

RCHS presents “Clue” Nov. 9-11

Reserved tickets now available

RUSHVILLE — RCHS presents “Clue” Nov. 9-11

Reserved tickets now available

Reserved seating tickets are now available for the upcoming RCHS stage production of the comedic murder mystery Clue.

Play dates are 7:30 p.m. Nov. 9 and 10 and 2 p.m. Nov. 11 at the Laughlin Center for the Performing Arts on the RCHS campus.

Tickets are $7 each and can be purchased by calling the high school at 765-932-3901 or from any cast member.

This play is reserved seating and good seats will go quickly.

Could the murderer have been Mrs. White with the rope in the library? Or maybe it was Colonel Mustard with the wrench in the billard room!

Join in this classic who done it, based off Parker Brothers board game of the same name, that follows the 1985 movie script.

The play, set in 1954, takes place in a secluded New England mansion where six strangers have been invited to a dinner party. Once all the guests have arrived, it’s not long before it’s revealed that all the guests are being blackmailed. As deception begins to work its spell on the party, bodies begin piling up while a murderer makes short work of eliminating anyone connected to the blackmailer.

Wadsworth, the house butler, will lead the audience and cast through the clues in this quick-witted 90 minute mystery.

Just when the audience thinks they have the ending figured out, a new ending is revealed! With precision and professionalism, the high school cast will perform a different ending each night so the mystery remains fresh and entertaining.

The RCHS cast includes:

Wadsworth - Jessica Miller

Professor Plum- Logan Mahan

Mrs. Peacock - Catie Liggett

Yvette - Sarah Daubenspeck

Mr. Green - Steven Locchetta

Mrs. White - McKenzie Conrad

Miss Scarlett - Kylee Hickmott

Col. Mustard - L.J. Conrad

Mr. Boddy - Austin Tielking

Cop - Jessica Schlechtweg

Motorist - Ashley Meyer

Mrs. Ho - Caitlyn Hasche

Singing Telegram - Abi Roszell

This RCHS Theater Department production is directed by Jennie Tague.

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