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CLUE: The Musical

Tickets are available now ONLINE!

CLUE: The Musical is based on the classic board game by Parker Brothers.  Mr. Boddy has been murdered — but which of the colorful guests committed the crime, with which of the available weapons, in which room of Boddy Manor?  Music, merriment and mayhem abound, as the clues are revealed and the audience tries to solve the crime!

Our annual benefit production features favorite performers from the Cleveland theatre community:
Tricia Bestic*
Brian Bowers
Patrick Ciamacco
Amiee Collier
Dan Folino*
Dana Hart*
Jonathan Kronenberger
Rachel Spence

* Actor appears with the permission of Actors’ Equity Association, granted through the Theatre Authority

CLUE: The Musical features a book by Peter DiPietro, Music by Galen Blum, Wayne Parker, and Vinnie Martucci, Lyrics by Tom Chiodo, and is presented with the cooperation of Samuel French, Inc.

Directed by Curt Arnold, with Music Direction by Butch Marshall and Choreography by Allison Butler.

CLUE: The Musical will be performed at 8:00 pm on Monday, August 27, 2012, at the Beck Center for the Arts.  Beck Center is located at 17801 Detroit Avenue in Lakewood, OH.

Tickets are available now ONLINE, or by calling Rebecca Murray-Strong at 216-621-0766 ext. 232.

Sponsor: $250

  • Includes recognition in the program
  • two (2) tickets to the pre-show reception
  • two (2) tickets to the performance

VIP: $50

  • one (1) ticket to the pre-show reception
  • one (1) ticket to the performance

General Admission: $25

  • one (1) ticket to the performance

AIDS Taskforce of Greater Cleveland offers condolences for victims of Sunday’s tragedy

We at the AIDS Taskforce of Greater Cleveland are deeply saddened by the passing of Mitchell Andelmo and Basil Bass. Mitchell passed away July 29th, 2012 and we just learned of Basil’s passing last night, July 31st. We offer our sincerest condolences to the family and friends of Mitchell and Basil.

A vigil was held on Tuesday evening honoring the victims of the event. Over 100 family, friends and community members attended to support one another.

“The events of Sunday are shocking and heartbreaking,” says Tracy Jones, CEO of the AIDS Taskforce of Greater Cleveland. “Our hearts are with the victims and their families and loved ones. We will do whatever we can to show our support and to honor those impacted by this tragedy.”

The Bass family asks that their privacy is respected during their time of grieving.

Statement from the AIDS Taskforce of Greater Cleveland regarding the traumatic events of Sunday, July 29th

We at the AIDS Taskforce of Greater Cleveland are deeply saddened by the tragedy that occurred on Sunday, July 29th at Dancin’ in the Streets. We offer our sincerest condolences to the family and friends of the victim that passed away. We also offer our thoughts and prayers to the injured while they recover.
“The events of Sunday are shocking and heartbreaking,” says Tracy Jones, CEO of the AIDS Taskforce of Greater Cleveland. “Our hearts are with the victims and their families and loved ones. We will do whatever we can to show our support and to honor those impacted by this tragedy.”

A memorial fund has been set up to help the family of Mitchell Andelmo cover the costs of his funeral. We are sharing this with the community for those who may wish to show their support. http://www.eventbrite.com/event/4023733094/efblike

A memorial fund has been set up for Basil Bass. We are sharing this with the community for those who may wish to show their support.
http://www.indiegogo.com/BasilBassMemorialFund

An additional fund has been set up to assist Constance Pokorny, one of the victims of Sunday’s accident. We wish Constance well in her recovery. http://www.indiegogo.com/constanceP?c=home

As we learn of other opportunities to support the victims of Sunday’s accident, we will share those as well.