Fancy dress dinner guests pose for a photo, each with a weapon.

Smash hit Clue set to mystify and delight at the Grand Theatre

Director Dennis Garnhum returns to London, Ontario
with a heavy dose of nostalgia and mischief

Based on the screenplay by Jonathan Lynn
Written by Sandy Rustin
Additional material by Hunter Foster and Eric Price
Based on the Paramount Pictures Motion Picture
Based on the Hasbro board game CLUE
Original music by Michael Holland
Directed by Dennis Garnhum

A Co-Production with Royal Manitoba Theatre Centre

On the Spriet Stage
March 12 to 30, 2024
Opening March 15

Season Sponsor: BMO
Title Sponsor: Ahria Consulting

March 5, 2024 – London ON – Based on the cult classic movie and murder mystery board game, Clue is a fast-paced farce with killer laughs and snappy dialogue sure to keep the audience guessing until the very end. A mysterious party, unusual monikers and a deadly secret bring together Colonel Mustard, Mrs. White, Mr. Green, Mrs. Peacock, Professor Plum, and Miss Scarlet for an unforgettable night. The usual suspects will collide on the Spriet Stage at the Grand Theatre from March 12 to 30.

The show features an illustrious cast of talents led by Director Dennis Garnhum, who will be welcomed home by London audiences who know him as the Grand Theatre’s Artistic Director from 2016 to 2023. “Our goal of presenting Clue is to present a night of escapist, silly fun. Forget about the troubles back home and out in the world and you just come and have a lot of fun at live theatre,” says Garnhum.

“Whether you are a committed player of the game, whether the movie holds a place deep in your heart, or whether you are coming to this story for the first time, this production will transport audiences through laughter and give an escape to a world of make-believe,” says Artistic Director, Rachel Peake.

Clue stars Sharon Bajer as Mrs. Peacock, Petrina Bromley as Mrs. White, Rosie Callaghan as Unexpected Cop and others, Kamal Chioua as Motorist and others, Beau Dixon as Colonel Mustard, Alex Furber as Mr. Boddy and others, Jesse Gervais as Wadsworth, Toby Hughes as Mr. Green, Reena Jolly as Miss Scarlet, Tracy Penner as The Cook and others, Derek Scott as Professor Plum, and Rosalie Tremblay as Yvette.

In addition to the much-anticipated return of Dennis Garnhum, Grand Theatre audiences will be thrilled to recognize many familiar faces throughout the cast from previous productions including Petrina Bromley (Oil and Water, also known for Come From Away including Broadway, Gander, and Apple TV+), Alex Furber (Timothy Findley’s The Wars, Chariots of Fire), Jesse Gervais (Grand Ghosts), and Derek Scott (Barnum).

The creative team features Director Dennis Garnhum, Set and Costume Designer Brian Perchaluk, Lighting Designer Kevin Lamotte, Intimacy Director Sharon Bajer, and Fight Director Jacquie Loewen.

Clue  plays on the Spriet Stage from March 12 to 30, 2024. Single tickets range from $23 - $93 and are available at, by phone at 519-672-8800, or at the Box Office, 471 Richmond Street. The Grand Theatre is grateful to offer Canada Life Pay-What-You-Can pricing, presented on Sunday, March 17 at 2:00 p.m.  An Open Captioned performance will also be presented on Saturday, March 23, 2024 at 2:00 p.m.

The Grand Theatre gratefully acknowledges Season Sponsor BMO and Clue Title Sponsor Ahria Consulting.

To learn more about Clue, please visit: Additional facts, photos and updates can also be found by following @thegrandlondon and #GrandClue on Facebook, X, Instagram and TikTok.


The Grand Theatre acknowledges and honours the original stewards of the land on which our Theatre stands. We extend our gratitude to and recognize  the Attawandaron (also known as Neutral), Anishinaabeg, Haudenosaunee, and Lunaapewak peoples as the original caretakers of this land upon which we live, work, and tell stories together.

About the Grand Theatre – World Curious. London Proud.

In the heart of downtown London, Ontario lies one of Canada’s oldest regional theatres and a leading cultural hub of today: the Grand Theatre. Under the leadership of Artistic Director Rachel Peake, and Executive Director Evan Klassen, the Grand proudly brings diverse, relevant, and original stories from around the globe – and around the corner – to London and the Southwestern Ontario region. The not-for-profit, charitable arts organization is committed to developing, producing, and premiering original stories through its COMPASS New Play Development program. The Grand is also a centre for arts education, as demonstrated through our flagship program, the annual High School Project, through apprenticeships and placements, and by bringing students to subsidized student matinees. For more information, visit:

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For more information please contact:
Melissa Mae Shipley, Communications and Public Relations Manager
mshipley [at] (mshipley[at]grandtheatre[dot]com)
office: 519-672-9030 ext. 266
cell: 519 280 4008




When:  REVISED - Wednesday, March 13 at 1:00 p.m. (Cameras, please arrive at 12:30 p.m. to set up)
Where:  Spriet Stage, Grand Theatre, 471 Richmond Street, London, Ontario
What:  Clue photo, video, and interview opportunities for media



Based on the screenplay by Jonathan Lynn
Written by Sandy Rustin
Additional material by Hunter Foster and Eric Price
Based on the Paramount Pictures Motion Picture
Based on the Hasbro board game CLUE
Original music by Michael Holland
Directed by Dennis Garnhum

A Co-Production with Royal Manitoba Theatre Centre


Sharon Bajer  - Mrs. Peacock
Petrina Bromley -  Mrs. White
Rosie Callaghan – Unexpected Cop; Understudy for Mrs. White, Miss Scarlet
Kamal Chioua - Motorist; Understudy for Wadsworth, Colonel Mustard
Beau Dixon - Colonel Mustard
Alex Furber – Mr. Boddy; Understudy for Mr. Green, Professor Plum
Jesse Gervais - Wadsworth
Toby Hughes - Mr. Green
Reena Jolly - Miss Scarlet
Tracy Penner - The Cook, Singing Telegram Girl, Backup Cop; Understudy for Yvette, Mrs. Peacock, Unexpected Cop
Derek Scott - Professor Plum
Rosalie Tremblay - Yvette


Director - Dennis Garnhum
Set & Costume Designer - Brian Perchaluk
Lighting Designer - Kevin Lamotte
Intimacy Director - Sharon Bajer
Fight Director - Jacquie Loewen
Apprentice Director - Theresa Thomson
Apprentice Set & Costume Designer - Julia Anderson
Stage Manager - Michael Duggan
Assistant Stage Manager - Samantha Desiree
Apprentice Stage Manager - Jazz Marcelino


Header image: The Company of CLUE. Photo by Dylan Hewlett.