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WAHS Drama Department to Bring 'Clue' to the Stage

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January 18, 2019 | CALENDAR OF EVENTS

Clue on Stage

WILLIAMSPORT, Pa. (JANUARY 18, 2019) — There’s a mystery to be solved at Williamsport Area High School, as the drama department is hard at work to bring “Clue” to the stage the first weekend in February.

Performances are scheduled for 7 p.m. on Feb. 1 and Feb. 2. A matinée show will begin at 2 p.m. on  Feb. 3. All productions will take place in the auditorium at the high school. General admission tickets will sell for $10 at the door. Student tickets will sell for $8.

Based on the popular board game of the same name, the whodunit comedy begins at a dinner party hosted by Mr. Boddy, where his butler, Wadsworth, admits that Boddy’s been blackmailing his visitors, all of whom have been given aliases upon their arrival. When Boddy turns up murdered, all are suspects, and together they work together to solve the crime.

“This amazing cast will have audiences both on the edge of their seats and rolling in the aisles with laughter,” said WAHS drama teacher Marie Fox, director of the show. “It is a zany, fast-paced show sure to entertain.”

The play stars: senior Leo Daverio as Wadsworth, freshman Mairead Ferry as Yvette, senior Annika Waffenschmidt as Miss Scarlet, senior Maggie Dickinson-Sherry as Mrs. Peacock, junior Zoe Wagner as Mrs. White, junior Quahme’ Powell as Col. Mustard, junior Gale Hall as Professor Plum, senior Levi Roush as Mr. Green, senior Brian Bond as Mr. Boddy, sophomore Nevaeh Williams as The Cook, senior Alexis Griess as The Singing Telegram Girl, junior Connor Gautieri as The Motorist, and freshman Cameron Sims as The Cop.

Those in the ensemble includes freshman Teagan Marty, junior Aaryka Goodwell and senior Zola Riccardo. The screenplay is by Jonathan Lynn and additional material by Hunter Foster, Eric Price and Sandy Rustin.


Pictured above from back left: Gale Hall and Maggie Dickinson-Sherry.  At front from left are Quahme’ Powell, Mairead Ferry, Levi Roush, Annika Waffenschmidt, and Zoe Wagner.
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