Streaming February 19th - 21st 

Adapted from the screenplay by
Jonathan Lynn

Additional Materials by

Hunter Foster, Eric Price, & Sandy Rustin

Adapted from the Paramount Pictures Film Written By Jonathan Lynn and the board game from Hasbro Inc.

Directed by Chris Bizub

​Based on the iconic 1985 Paramount movie which was inspired by the classic Hasbro board game, Clue is a hilarious farce-meets-murder mystery. The tale begins at a remote mansion, where six mysterious 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 the Wadsworth – the butler, Miss Scarlett, Professor Plum, Mrs. White, Mr. Green, Mrs. Peacock and Colonel Mustard race to find the killer as the body count stacks up. Clue is the comedy whodunit that will leave both cult-fans and newcomers in stitches as they try to figure out…WHO did it, WHERE, and with WHAT!

Thank you all our patrons near and far who tuned in to watch Clue!  The Cassidy Theatre appreciates your support.


Tyler Barhorst (Boddy/Motorist/Chief of Police) Tyler is exhilarated to be performing again, especially in a dream show like Clue! Tyler was seen most recently as Alex in Avenue Arts’ production of Afterglow. His other favorite stage credits include Horst in Avenue Arts’ production of Bent, Nick in Stow Players’ Over the River and Through the Woods, and Lucian in Tame at Rubber City. Tyler can be found on Instagram as @tyler_barhorst1 or on Facebook.

Brittany Bizub (Cook/Telegram Girl/Backup Cop) is so excited to make her Cassidy Theatre debut!! Brittany spends most of her time being a hero to kids 6-18 as a case manager at Ohio Guidestone. When she's not trying to get lost in theater, usually in the audience, she's having adventures with the love of her life Chris. Sit back, tune in and enjoy the romp that is CLUE! 

Anna-Jeannine Kemper (Mrs. White) last appeared in the Cassidy's production of Lend Me A Tenor (Diana) directed by Mr. Bizub and previously performed in the Cassidy's production Scrooge! The Musical (The Ghost of Christmas Past).  Other production credits under Mr. Bizub's direction include: All in the Timing (Rowboat #1) and The Psychic (Imaginary Friends #s 1 & 6). Anna-Jeannine is in her final term of coursework for her Master of Arts in Arts Administration.  She dedicates this performance to Nicole, Brian, and Arnie, her thesis committee.  Thank you for your support!

Casey McCann (Unexpected Cop/Backup Cop) is extremely excited to once again be acting. He is especially grateful that it is once again with Chris Bizub as this is the 10th (or 11th) show he's worked with him. He has been active for the past few years on stage and various independent online productions. As always he would like to thank all his friends and family for their support and he looks forward to the days where we cann all enjoy art together again. 

April Needham (Yvette) is thrilled to be back at Cassidy Theatre to perform in Clue: Stay-At-Home Edition. She was last seen on the Cassidy stage in You Can't Take It With You (Penny Sycamore). With many of the local theater's being closed because of the pandemic, she is excited that Cassidy has discovered a way to pivot to an online platform so audience members can still enjoy theater while staying safe at home. She is looking forward to working with the other cast members to create a fun, memorable experience and she truly hopes you enjoy the show.  "Happy Holidays and Stay Safe Everyone!"

Lou Petrucci (Wadsworth/Props Master) can’t wait to pay homage to one of his favorite films of all time as Wadsworth. When last we saw him, he was making things up as he went along in our improv show Winging It! last November, and prior directed Cassidy’s 2020 production of The 39 Steps.  Lou is, as always, glad and grateful to be working with director Chris Bizub, having had the pleasure working together on the improv show, as well as playing Tito in Cassidy’s 2019 production of Lend Me a Tenor; other prior credits include Plaza Suite (Jesse Kiplinger/Borden Eisler).

Preston Postle (Colonel Mustard) was a professional actor for two years back in the late ‘90s when he toured with the Cincinnati-based ArtReach Touring Theater, during which time he was put up in all the poshest hotels east of Sioux Center, Iowa, including one that went bankrupt and closed down while he was in it. Since then he has played the role of “Avon High School English teacher,” amusing, entertaining, and occasionally educating decades of students. He has directed plays there for 20 years and occasionally finds time to act in local productions, including War of the Worlds: The Panic Broadcast at Bay Village Community Theater (Orson Welles/Professor Pierson), Mary Poppins at Olmsted Performing Arts (Admiral Boom/von Hussler), To Kill a Mockingbird at TrueNorth Cultural Arts (Atticus Finch), and Huntington Playhouse’s A Christmas Carol (John Forster/Christmas Present). He would like to thank his wife Shannon and his kids, Baylee and Parker, for their constant but sometimes side-eyed support and to give a shout-out to Moxie and Bear the Wonderdog, who keep life interesting and filled with random barking. 

Mia Radabaugh (Mrs Peacock) is delighted to bring to life one of her favorite characters. You may remember her on this stage in 2019 in Lend Me a Tenor (Maria)  or most recently virtually in the improv show Winging It!. Some of her other favorite roles include Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf (Martha), Emma (Miss Bates), and Tartuffe (Elmire). She has performed all over northeast Ohio, most notably at Western Reserve Playhouse, Ensemble Theatre, and Rubber City Theatre. As always she would like to thank her mom, husband and friends for always supporting her.

Dennis Runkle (Narrator) is delighted to be included in this virtual production of a play based on a movie based on a board game. His recent excursions in pandemic theatre include As You Like It at Western Reserve Playhouse, Double Indemnity at Radio on the Lake Theatre, and a much reviled role in the musical Ragtime at MAD* Factory. "Thank you for supporting the online productions which enable theatres to survive the slow journey back to live stages. Be safe and stay well!"

Katie Wells (Miss Scarlet) Katie is thrilled to be making her Cassidy Theatre debut virtually. After attending Cleveland State University, Katie has been acting professionally throughout the state of Ohio as well as New York. Some of her favorite NEO theatres she has worked with include: Rubber City Theatre, Ohio Shakespeare Festival, None Too Fragile, Cleveland Public Theatre, Cleveland Shakespeare Festival, Ensemble Theater, Blank Canvas Theatre, Magical Theatre and Avenue Arts Theatre to name a few. By day she works as the Director of Artistic Administration at Rubber City Theatre, Akron's only Equity theatre. She is also an award winning costume designer and award nominated director. Her next project is designing the costumes for Little Women the Musical at Northwest High School in Canal Fulton this February. "Thank you to Chris, Jen and the rest of the Cassidy team for this wonderful opportunity.   Thank you for supporting local theatre during these important times for the Arts! "

Brian Westerley (Professor Plum) has lived & worked in Ohio, New York and Los Angeles. A skilled actor, Brian appeared in the L.A. Opera’s production of Tosca, as well as productions of Matt’s First (Real) Thanksgiving & Levitation (Stow Players), Dearly Departed (Wolf Creek Players), Jake’s Dilemma (Western Reserve Playhouse), Wait Until Dark (Broadview Heights Spotlights), Harm’s Way, Massacre & The Pride (convergence-continuum), and  A Kid Like Jake & Next Fall (Weathervane). While in L.A., Brian became an accomplished director, working with The Blank Theatre & Drama West. He directed the world premieres of The Day I Said Goodbye & Shark Tank (both of which he also starred in). He took Other Desert Cities & Confessions from the Ladies Room (Wolf Creek Players) & Thumbs (Hudson Players) to the Regional & State OCTA competitions, winning 12 awards total.  Brian has won numerous awards for his theatrical work, including trophies for Directing (Aladdin), Outstanding Supporting Actor (Twilight of the Golds) & three in a row as Outstanding Lead Actor (Butterflies are Free, A Christmas Story & Peanutman).

Matthew J Wilks (Mr. Green) is a graduate of the American Musical and Dramatic Academy in New York City who divides his career between theatre and film. Stage highlights include: 2 Seasons at Hilarities Comedy Club in Cleveland, Dr. Seuss' How the Grinch Stole Christmas, The Importance of Being Earnest, God's Favorite, for which he was awarded a Merit in Acting Award from the Ohio Community Theatre Association, and 8 seasons with The Illusion Factory, a professional children’s theatre touring company. Film highlights include: Draft  and the Netflix film Little Evil. In addition to performing he is also a Director and Acting Teacher at several theatres throughout Northeast Ohio.

Production Team

Chris Bizub (Director) is so honored to be once again directing at Cassidy Theatre. You may remember the production of Lend me a Tenor Chris directed back in 2019 as well as as well as Winging It!, an online improv comedy show as part of Cassidy’s 2020 season. Some of these productions include, A Streetcar Named DesireAssassinsThe Complete Works of William Shakespeare [Abridged]DreamgirlsThe Rocky Horror Show, and Violet. When he is not involved in a show, Chris lives with his lovely wife Brittany and their three cats in Wickliffe. Chris has a Masters in Arts Administration from the University of Akron as well as a Bachelors’ in Theatre from Baldwin Wallace College. He currently works at the Cleveland Metroparks Zoo, but he spends the majority of his spare time acting and directing in the Cleveland/Akron area. Some of his recent directing credits include As You Like It at Western Reserve Playhouse, War of the Worlds and The Dining Room at Bay Village Community Theatre, Almost, Maine and Wait Until Dark at Broadview Heights Spotlights Community Theatre, Driving Miss DaisyThe Odd CoupleThe Complete Works of William Shakespeare [Abridged], and Play On! at Strongsville Community Theater, A Christmas Carol at Geauga Lyric Theater Guild, Panache at Clague Playhouse, and As You Like It at Rubber City Shakespeare Company.

Victor DiAngelo (Editor) is excited to be involved with the Cassidy Theatre once again. He was last seen on the Cassidy stage in Nuncrackers (Fr. Virgil) and hid behind the wall playing drums for Annie.  Professionally, Vic is an Emmy Award winning editor and the Chief Operating Officer for Goldfarb Weber Creative Media, a full service digital video production studio with clients ranging from nonprofits to Fortune 500 companies.  Vic really can’t wait for this whole pandemic thing to end so we can all go back to enjoying theatre as a community again!

Amanda Magpoc (Costumer) is joining the production team for the first time in a virtual fashion. Previous non-virtual credits at Cassidy Theatre include costuming Lend Me a Tenor and Plaid Tidings as well as performing on stage in Nuncrackers (Sister Hubert). Break a leg to the cast, and a heartfelt thank you to the production team for making shows in this very unusual year possible.

Jen Sindyla (Stage Manager) is the resident stage manager and Youth Summer Camp director here at Cassidy. She is an active board member for Independence Community Theater where she is the Youth Summer Camp Director and has directed Once Upon a Mattress, and Godspell.  In addition to Cassidy and ICT, Jen also works with The Brecksville Theatre as the Summer Camp Director and Stage Manager.  Jen has been onstage performing in Nunsense (Sr. Robert Anne) at both ICT and Strongsville Community Theater.  She holds a BA in theater from Baldwin-Wallace.  But theater is just Jen's "hobby job," during the day she works for the Cleveland Metropolitan Schools teaching 4th grade.

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