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A Stage Adaptation of Clue Is Coming to the Conservatory — No, Wait, Ballroom — No, Wait, Regional Theater

All your generic dinner theater murder mysteries are going to be so jealous, because Clue is getting an official stage adaptation. Variety reports that Jonathan Lynn, who wrote and directed the 1985 film based on the classic Hasbro board game, is writing the script of a stage version of Clue, set to ... More »
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