ECC Theatre is proud to announce auditions for Classic Mystery Game 

A Parody of the 1985 movie, CLUE, written by Jonathan Lynn

which was based on the game, CLUEDO, created by Anthony E. Pratt


written by Keating.

Directed by Bess Moynihan.

Performances October 7, 8 and 9 at 7:30pm and October 10 at 2pm

A Parody of the 1985 movie, CLUE, written by Jonathan Lynn which was based on the game, CLUEDO, created by Anthony E. Pratt

*Auditions will be held in the

John Edson Anglin Performing Arts Center on

Wednesday, August 25 and Thursday, August 26th at 6:30pm.

*Please bring a copy of your Schedule conflicts to auditions. 

*Auditions will consist of readings from the script.

Please see below to access readings for each character

*Auditions are open to everyone (students and community members) ages 16+, there is no stage experience necessary.

COVID policy:

If you are cast in Classic Mystery Game, you will be required to privately disclose in writing your COVID-19 vaccination status at our first rehearsal to the creative team. 


If you are vaccinated, you will be required to bring your vaccine card to the first rehearsal to verify your status. 


All actors and crew regardless of vaccine status will be fully masked at all rehearsals until tech week (the week before opening night). 


During tech week, all actors and crew will be tested for COVID-19 (testing provided free of charge by ECC). 


At that point, vaccinated actors testing negative for COVID-19 will be able to rehearse and perform without masks while actively onstage performing. 


Unvaccinated actors will continue to be masked in rehearsal and performance. 


Crew will be masked at all times regardless of vaccination status and testing results.


These policies are for the health and safety of the entire cast and crew- we appreciate your patience and understanding as we navigate these unprecedented times bringing live theatre back to the stage!

Character Breakdown:


Wadsworth- This role is already cast.

Ms. Scarlet-Female, She’s beautiful, well dressed, opinionated and probably up to something. AUDITION READING


Col. Mustard-Male, He’s usually confused about… everything. AUDITION READING

Mrs. White-Female, A heightened sense of drama, she’s dressed for a funeral and suspicious as ever.  AUDITION READING

Prof. Plum- Any gender, equal parts sweet and salty, what is it they teach again? AUDITION READING

Mrs. Peacock-Female, Over the top and overly chatty with a scream that could cut glass.  AUDITION READING

Mr. Green-Any gender, An uptight square with a questionable career.  AUDITION READING

Yvette- Female- A woman with an impossible French accent and impractical amounts of cleavage. AUDITION READING

Mr. Boddy-Any gender, the architect of all this madness...or are they? AUDITION READING

Clown #1 -Any Gender, plays The Cook and The Motorist/

Clown #2 -Any Gender, plays The Cop, The Singing Telegram Girl, and The Evangelist CLOWN AUDITION READING



Full Group Scene  Audition reading



If you have questions about classic Mystery Game auditions, please contact director Bess Moynihan HERE



*ECC Theatre does not discriminate based on race, color, religion, national origin, ancestry, gender, sexual orientation, age, disability or gender expression.*



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