2022-2023 Season

Clue

Based on the screenplay by Jonathan Lynn
Written by Sandy Rustin

April 19 - May 20

OneAmerica Mainstage

Let the games begin!

Invited to dinner by a mysterious host, Mrs. Peacock, Colonel Mustard, Miss Scarlet, and the rest of the usual suspects roll the dice at a gloomy mansion where blackmail and murder are on the menu. As the players become victims, the plot thickens and the noose tightens. With thrills and chills, twists and turns, and lots of laughs, it’s going to be a night they’ll never forget…and neither will you!

Know Before You Go

  • APPROXIMATE RUN TIME: 1 hour and 45 minutes, including a 15-minute intermission.
  • Tickets start at $25.
  • Clue is based on the Paramount movie (rated PG) and classic board game of the same name. It contains mild profanity, adult themes, strobe lights, and haze. Recommended for patrons 7th grade and above.

Cast Members

Ryan Artzberger
Mr. Boddy, Motorist, Chief of Police
Ryan Artzberger
Mr. Boddy, Motorist, Chief of Police
Ryan’s IRT credits include Clue, Oedipus, A Christmas Carol, Cyrano, Tuesdays with Morrie, The Diary of Anne Frank, Noises Off, Romeo and Juliet, The Three Musketeers, To Kill a Mockingbird, The Crucible, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, God of Carnage, Rabbit HoleIron Kisses, and Death of a Salesman. Ryan is executive artistic director of the Indianapolis Shakespeare Company. Regional credits include the Shakespeare Theatre Company in DC, the Studio Theatre, Shakespeare Santa Cruz, the Goodman Theatre, Berkeley Rep, the Lookingglass, and Great Lakes. Ryan graduated from Ohio University and Juilliard. “Love to Marita, Will, and Clara.”
Emily Berman
Miss Scarlet
Emily Berman
Miss Scarlet
Emjoy Gavino
Mrs. White
Emjoy Gavino
Mrs. White
Devan Mathias
Cook, Telegram, Backup Cop
Devan Mathias
Cook, Telegram, Backup Cop
Beethovan Oden
Professor Plum
Beethovan Oden
Professor Plum
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Andrea San Miguel
Yvette
Headshot of a young, Hispanic woman with long brown hair wearing a black shirt in front of a light-colored background
Andrea San Miguel
Yvette
This is Andrea's fourth production with IRT. Past productions include Clue, The Book Club Play, and James Still's Appoggiatura. Regional credits include Mary Zimmerman's The Notebooks of Leonardo da Vinci (Goodman, Shakespeare Theatre Company in DC, and the Old Globe), As You Like It (Guthrie), and Alias Grace (Cincinnati Playhouse). Andre has worked at Chicago Shakespeare Theater, Syracuse Stage, Writers Theatre, Victory Gardens, Northlight, American Players Theatre, and Montana Shakespeare in the Parks, to name a few. Andrea is represented by Paonessa Talent. Next up, Margaret Atwood's The Penelopiad directed by Susan V. Booth at the Goodman. @A_San_Miguel, AndreSanMiguel.com
John Taylor Philips
Wadsworth
John Taylor Philips
Wadsworth
Eric Sharp
Mr. Green
Eric Sharp
Mr. Green
Kerrington Shorter
Unexpected Cop, Backup Cop
Kerrington Shorter
Unexpected Cop, Backup Cop
Kerrington is an Indianapolis-based actor, writer, and musician who made his debut with the IRT in Clue. As a recent graduate from Marian University with a Bachelor of Arts in Theatre, Kerrington has not only been seen on educational, community, and professional stages across Indianapolis, but also in commercials and local films across the Midwest region. He has most recently been seen on stage in Indy Shakespeare Company’s Love’s Labor’s Lost and Ricky 3 —A Hip-Hop Shakespeare Richard III, Civic Theatre’s Rent, Marian University’s Pippin, Summit Performance’s Skeleton Crew, Phoenix Theatre’s 172, and his original one-man hip-hop musical, The Loop.
Claire Wilcher
Mrs. Peacock
Claire Wilcher
Mrs. Peacock
Henry Woronicz
Colonel Mustard
Henry Woronicz
Colonel Mustard

Creative Team

Jonathan Lynn
Screenplay
Jonathan Lynn
Screenplay
Sandy Rustin
Writer
Sandy Rustin
Writer
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Benjamin Hanna
Director
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Benjamin Hanna
Director
Margot Lacy Eccles Artistic Director
Czerton Lim
Scenic Director
Czerton Lim
Scenic Director
Izumi Inaba
Costume Designer
Izumi Inaba
Costume Designer
Jared Gooding
Lighting Designer
Jared Gooding
Lighting Designer

IRT: The Reclamation of Madison Hemings, Clue. Regional: Writers Theatre, Goodman Theatre, Bristol Riverside Theatre, Florentine Opera Company, First Stage,  DePaul University, Milwaukee Repertory Theater, Victory Gardens, TimeLine Theatre, Madison Children’s Theater, University of Illinois Chicago Theatre, University of Indiana Northwest, Remy Bumppo Theatre, Strawdog Theatre, The Hypocrites, Definition Theatre, First Floor Theater, About Face Theatre, MPAACT, and Pegasus Theatre. Jared was the lighting assistant for The Wiz Live on NBC, and associate designer for Lookingglass Theatre’s tour of Lookingglass Alice in Miami and Denver. Based in Chicago, Jared spends weekends as a professional DJ. goodingdesigns.com

Todd Mack Reischman
Sound Designer
Todd Mack Reischman
Sound Designer
Leraldo Anzaldua
Fight Director
Leraldo Anzaldua
Fight Director
Leraldo is thrilled to return as fight director to IRT, where he previously directed fights for You Can’t Take it With You. Other Indianapolis crecits include Phoenix Theatre and Fonseca Theatre. Previous companies outside of Indiana include Alley Theatre, Houston Grand Opera, Colorado Shakespeare Fesitval, Lake Tahoe Shakespeare Festival, to name a few. He has been a motion capture performer and fight director with Sony Pictures in Tokyo, Japan, and for video games in Stockholm and Uppsala, Sweden. He received a Master’s Degree in Acting from the University of Houston. He is currently an Assistant Professor of Movement and Stage Combat with the Department of Theatre, Drama, & Contemporary Dance at Indiana University.
Richard J Roberts
Dramaturg
Richard J Roberts
Dramaturg
This is Richard’s 34th season with the IRT, and his 26th as resident dramaturg. He has also been a dramaturg for the New Harmony Project, Write Now, and the Hotchner Playwriting Festival. He has directed IRT productions of A Christmas Carol, The Cay, Bridge & Tunnel, The Night Watcher, Neat, Pretty Fire, The Giver, The Power of One, and Twelfth Night. Other directing credits include Actors Theatre of Indiana, the Phoenix, Indianapolis Chamber Orchestra, and the Edyvean. Richard studied music at DePauw and theatre at IU and was awarded a Creative Renewal Arts Fellowship from the Arts Council of Indianapolis.
Nathan Garrison
Stage Manager
Nathan Garrison
Stage Manager
This is Nathan’s 28th season at the IRT. He has also worked with Center Stage in Baltimore, Utah Shakespeare Festival, and Brown County Playhouse; and he is a company member with the Indianapolis Shakespeare Company.
Becky Roeber
Assistant Stage Manager
Becky Roeber
Assistant Stage Manager
Claire Simon CSA
Casting
Claire Simon CSA
Casting
Based in Chicago, Claire Simon CSA has worked with the IRT for the past 24 years on casting more than 40 productions, including Clue, Oedipus, Sense and Sensibility, Murder on the Orient Express, Twelve Angry Men, You Can’t Take It With You, Holmes and Watson, Noises Off, Appoggiatura, and many more. Other regional credits include Syracuse Stage, Asolo Theatre, Lyric Opera, Milwaukee Rep, and the Tony Award–winning Million Dollar Quartet. TV credits include Empire, Easy, Sense8Chicago FireChicago PD, Crisis, and Betrayal. Film credits include Divergent, Contagion, Unexpected, and Man of Steel. Claire has won two Artios Awards.

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