PGSH Clue

Drawing more than 3,000 people to the Eagle Theatre, the Player Guild at Sugar Hill’s production of “Clue” has been the theater group’s most successful show to date.

The production, directed by Sugar Hill resident Tom Heagy, opened Friday, Feb. 11, and ran for two consecutive weekends.

“The nostalgia for the film and board game, as well as the dynamite cast, crew, and direction, created the perfect blend of excitement,” said Jacquie Bosma, who played Miss Scarlet in the production and serves as marketing director for the Players Guild. “It was wonderful to bring this show to our community, and it was a thrill to put on ‘Clue’ to sold-out audiences over and over again.”

The Players Guild plans to announce its upcoming season’s productions in April.

Photos by Forever Struck Photography.

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