THE REVERE ADVOCATE – FRIDAY, MAY 19, 2023 Page 15 Greater Boston Stage Company presents ‘Clue: On Stage’ I t’s not just a game anymore! “Clue: On Stage” is written by Sandy Rustin; adapted from the Paramount Pictures fi lm written by Jonathan Lynn and the board game from Hasbro, Inc.; additional materials by Hunter Foster and Eric Price; directed by Weylin Symes; movement direction by Ceit Zweil. Performances run June 2–25, 2023. “Clue: On Stage” is a hilarious story of murder, madness, mayhem and mystery. The tale begins at a remote mansion where six guests assemble for an unusual dinner party where murder and blackmail are on the menu. When their host turns up dead, they all become suspects. Led by Wadsworth – the butler – Miss Scarlett, Professor Plum, Mrs. White, Mr. Green, Mrs. Peacock and Colonel Mustard race to fi nd the killer as the body count stacks up. Clue is the madcap comedy whodunit that will leave both cult fans and newcomers in stitches as they try to fi gure out… WHO did it, WHERE and with WHAT!? Greater Boston Stage Compa“Clue: On Stage” ny’s highly anticipated production features an all-star cast of Boston’s fi nest! Comedic genius Paul Melendy takes on the uptight, formal, “by the book” butler, Wadsworth, made famous by HEALTH | FROM Page 14 ioral Health Chief, Emily Bailey, toured CHA’s Behavioral Health Urgent Care and met with staff members who explained how people are able to get connected to treatment more quickly via same-day evaluations, referrals and evidence-based treatments. The group then participated in a roundtable discussion with CHA clinicians and staff members along with representatives from the Cambridge, Malden and Somerville Public Schools. The discussion highlighted Tim Curry in the cult classic fi lm. Melendy is the distinguished recipient of the 2023 Elliot Norton Award for Best Solo Performance for Greater Boston Stage Company’s critically acclaimed production of “The Legend of Sleepy Hollow.” The cast includes many of Boston’s standout performers: Maureen Keiller as the oh so batty and neurotic Mrs. Peacock; Jennifer Ellis as the seductive and cunning Miss Scarlett; Bill Mootos as the pompous and dangerously dim Colonel Mustard; Mark Linehan as the academic Casanova Professor Plum; Ceit Zweil as the tragic and allegedly murderous widow Mrs. White; Stewart Evan Smith as the timid, yet offi cious, rule follower Mr. Green; Bryan Miner as Mr. Boddy/Motorist/Chief of Police; Genevieve Lefevre as Yvette; Sara Coombs students’ behavioral health needs and how the CBHC serves as a key resource for immediate care. The conversation provided key insights into how the recent expansion of mental health services, including urgent care, in Massachusetts is making a positive impact and what policy changes could continue to improve much-needed access. It also reinforced CHA’s key partnership with both the Commonwealth and the schools in the communities it serves to advance effi cient and high-quality mental health and substance use services for all in need. as Cook/Ensemble/understudy Peacock/understudy White. Understudies include Fernando Barbosa, Lisa Kate Joyce and Katie Pickett. Single tickets: $64-69 adults; $59-64 seniors; $25 students (with valid ID). For more information or to purchase tickets, call the Box Offi ce at Greater Boston Stage Company at 781-279-2200, or visit https://www.greaterbostonstage.org/clue/. Health and safety: We are committed to keeping Greater Boston Stage Company a safe and welcoming space for everyone. For more information, please visit https://www.greaterbostonstage.org/plan-your-visit/ health-safety/. About Greater Boston Stage Company: We bring vibrant professional theatre and dramatic education beyond the boundaries of Boston, featuring world and regional premieres alongside fresh interpretations of familiar work. Within this setting, we uniquely foster the artists of tomorrow by providing ongoing performance and employment opportunities to our company of current and former students. Now concluding its 23rd Season of live theatre in Stoneham, Mass., Greater Boston Stage Company produces six Mainstage shows, presents a series of Special Events and runs yearround classes, lessons and fully staged productions through The Young Company for students in grades 1–12. Box Offi ce: 781-279-2200; boxoffi ce@greaterbostonstage.org; Box Offi ce hours: Tuesdays–Fridays, noon to 4 p.m.; location: 395 Main St., Stoneham, Mass.; website: greaterbostonstage. org. 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