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June 3 -19, 2022 (Preview June 2)

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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
Based on the iconic 1985 Paramount movie which was inspired by the classic Hasbro board game, Clue is a hilarious farce-meets-murder mystery. The tale begins at a remote mansion, where six mysterious guests assemble for an unusual dinner party where murder and blackmail are on the menu. When their host turns up dead, they all become suspects. Led by Wadsworth – the butler, Miss Scarlett, Professor Plum, Mrs. White, Mr. Green, Mrs. Peacock and Colonel Mustard race to find the killer as the body count stacks up. Clue is the comedy whodunit that will leave both cult-fans and newcomers in stitches as they try to figure out…WHO did it, WHERE, and with WHAT!

Clue: On Stage

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Adult $58 | Senior $52 | Youth $30

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Cast & Production

Show Cast
Steve AllhoffMr. Green
Aradhana BabuEnsemble Woman
Miyaka Pical CochraneWadsworth
Jesse CortezMr. Boddy
Conrad FrankMrs. Peacock
Mohamed IsmailColonel Mustard
David IsselEnsemble Man
Hayley LovgrenMrs. White
Maria MarquisMiss Scarlet
Jocelyn PickettYvette
Jay Kyle ThulienProfessor Plum
Production team
DirectorDan Demers
Stage ManagerAlex Rosenberg
Costume DesignerPam Lampkin
Lighting DesignerSophia Craven
Sound DesignerSheraj Rangobeer
Wig DesignerJenny Maupin
Set DesignerEric Olson
Prop MasterRosie Issel
Stage CrewAmy Jewell
Stage CrewAdria Olson

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Cast Bios


Steve (he-him-his) is wrapping
up his mandatory lockdowninduced
theatre sabbatical
and is excited about working
with Hillbarn on such an iconic
production. Previously credits
include 1776 and The Hunchback
of Notre Dame (South Bay Musical
Theatre), Into the Woods (Los Altos
Stage Company), and The Three
Musketeers (Douglas Morrisson
Theatre.) By day, he is an exlawyer
now working in sales at
Signifyd. Steve thanks the team
for tolerating his rehearsal yawns
during this fast and furious process.
“Also, a large thank you with love
to friends and family as always.”


Aradhana (she-her-hers) is
delighted to be in her first Hillbarn
production! She previously played
Polly in Crazy for You and Rona in
The 25th Annual Putnam County
Spelling Bee at San Mateo High
School. Aradhana thanks Dan, Alex,
Randy, and the wonderful cast and
crew for bringing this show to life!


Miyaka (he-him-his) is an actor,
clown, and puppeteer trained at
Dell’Arte International. Notable
Bay Area roles include Dromio
and an ensemble role in A Comedy
of Errors and Orlando in As You
Like It (Impact Theatre), Hortensio
in The Taming of the Shrew (San
Francisco Shakespeare Festival),
Clown and the ensemble of The 39
Steps (Contra Costa Civic Theatre),
and Hollow in The Medicine Show
(Idiot String). He also worked
internationally in a production of
Maven avec les yeux de sa mère
with Le Théâtre du Conjoint.
Miyaka is excited to join the cast
and crew of Clue in his first Hillbarn


Jesse (he-him-his) is murderously
enthusiastic to return to the Hillbarn
stage! He most recently performed
here in Sweeney Todd. Jesse is the
winner of Best Showtunes Cabaret
2013 at Martuni’s and member
of the San Francisco Gay Men’s
Chorus. Other favorite theatre
credits include La Cage aux Folles
(Altarena Playhouse), Rock of Ages
(Center REPertory Company), and
Sister Act (Broadway by the Bay).
“I dedicate my performance to my
late partner, Thomas White, who
used to make fun of the fact that I
was often eliminated on stage. :D”


Conrad (he-him-his) is delighted
to make his Hillbarn debut in a
role he first played twelve years
ago at Boxcar Theatre. A Bay Area
native, Conrad is best known for
his cabaret work as the Countess
Katya Smirnoff-Skyy. His monthly
cabaret, Katya Presents, is now
entering its seventeeth year at
Martuni’s. Favorite theatre credits
include Alex More in Buyer &
Cellar, Mary Dale in Red Scare on
Sunset, Howard Crabtree in When
Pigs Fly, Rudi Gernreich in The
Tempermentals, Beadle Bamford in
Sweeney Todd, and Angela Arden
in Die Mommy Die! “Thank you,
Mike, and Vivi, for your love and
support.” @katyasmirnoffskyy


Mohamed (he-him-his) “relishes”
the opportunity to play Colonel
“Mustard” and hopes his brain
can “ketchup” after a two-year
performing hiatus. You “mayo”
have seen him perform previously
in A Few Good Men (Hillbarn
Theatre) or on the “ranch” as
“Aioli” Hakim in Oklahoma!
(Broadway by eh Bay). But “dijon”
you know that acting is only a
“tahini” tiny portion of his life?
Mohamed also enjoys making ice
cream and traveling with Jessica
during the “hollandaise.” Mohamed
“curry”-ently works as head of
electrical engineering at a product
development firm and earned an
MSEE from Stanford University.


David (he-him-his) is excited
to be performing in his third
Hillbarn production and first play.
He previously played President
Roosevelt, Barber, and a Cop in
Newsies, a Cop and an ensemble
role in Annie, and a crew member
on multiple productions. “Thanks to
Dan for thinking of me whenever a
cop is needed and to Rosie, Taryn,
and Chris for showing me the way


Hayley (she-her-hers) was born
and raised in the Bay Area. Most
recently she played Woman #2 in
I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now
Change at Hillbarn. Pre-pandemic,
she performed an ensemble role in
A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and
Murder (42nd Street Moon), Kiki in
Significant Other (San Francisco
Playhouse), and the title role in The
Mystery of Edwin Drood (3Below
Theaters and Lounge). Hayley got
all dolled up to play King Herod in
the all-female production of Jesus
Christ Superstar at Ray of Light
Theatre, which earned her a TBA
Award. She screamed her head
off in the West Coast premiere of
SILENCE! The Musical (Ray of Light
Theatre and Cloud 9 Theatricals)
and LIZZIE (City Lights Theater
Company). Hayley performed in
3 Woman, 1 Woman Show at SF
SketchFest and the Chicago Sketch
Comedy Festival. She earned
a BA in theatre arts from Santa
Clara University and an MFA in
musical theatre from The Boston


Maria (she-her-hers) is happy to
be back for Clue! She has been
acting in the Bay Area since 2008,
and is a theatre and voiceover
actor, as well as corporate trainer
committed to making work less
boring. If she looks familiar, you
might have seen her perform in
numerous productions with City
Lights Theater Company, including
Silent Sky, for which she received
a TBA Award nomination for Best
Principal Actress. Her audiobooks
are available on Audible. “Thank
you for supporting live theatre in
the Bay!”


Jocelyn (she-her-hers) is ecstatic
to join the cast of Clue! She has
performed as an actor in many
productions throughout the Bay
Area, including right here at
Hillbarn as Vivienne Kensington
in Legally Blonde. Jocelyn grew
up in the Pacific Northwest where
she spent her summers hard at
work as an actor, director, and
choreographer at Northwest
Children’s Theater in Portland. After
earning a BFA in musical theatre,
she moved to Los Angeles. Upon
her arrival in the Bay Area from Los
Angeles, Jocelyn stumbled across
many theatre companies that could
foster her love of teaching the next
generation! She taught for a few
years at Peninsula Youth Theatre,
then found a position as a full-time
drama specialist at Bullis Charter
School, where she has had the
opportunity to grow as an educator
and director for five years!


Jay (he-him-his) is originally from
Canada. He has thoroughly enjoyed
working with the immense talent
in the Bay Area. Previous musical
theatre work with Hillbarn includes
Mary Poppins, The Full Monty,
Sister Act, and Mamma Mia!
Other credits include The 25th
Annual Putnam County Spelling
Bee, Joseph and the Amazing
Technicolor Dreamcoat, The
Music Man, Singin’ in the Rain,
The Producers, Miss Saigon,
Company, Dogfight, A Funny
Thing Happened on the Way to the
Forum, Anything Goes, Forbidden
Broadway, Rent, Reefer Madness,
Titanic, and Jekyll & Hyde. Jay
is also a classical pianist, stage
and music director, and generally
hilarious guy.

Actors Name


Brigitte (she/hers)  is a native Bay Area actress and theatre maker. When Brigitte is not on the stage she is taking your calls managing the Hillbarn Box office. Brigitte Is very excited to be back performing on the Hillbarn stage with such an incredible wealth of bay area talent. Some past roles include Ensemble/swing in Kinky Boots (ROLT), Kelly Manning in The Mad Ones & Heather Chandler in Heathers (PSP), Ali in Mamma Mia (San Jose Stage Co), Poppy in Noises Off (Hillbarn Theatre), Little Red Riding Hood in Into the Woods (LASC).