Mountain View theater students try to catch killer in ‘Clue’ – Loveland Reporter-Herald



Mountain View high school students will invite audiences to uncover the mystery of the ‘Clue’ murder on Friday and Saturday on their first in-person show since February 2020.

Adapted from the 1985 film starring Tim Curry and Eileen Brennan, which was itself adapted from the popular board game, the fast-paced comedy will feature students from Mountain View as they scramble to identify the murderer among them.

The show will also mark JD Jacob’s debut as Director of the Mountain View Theater. Jacob said Thursday that his students were grateful for being able to perform in front of a live audience after a year of virtual classes and online workshops.

“There’s just something really special about live theater and sharing that experience together,” he said. “I think we’re all very happy to be back.

For about two months, the cast of 15 students have been rehearsing the piece, said Mountain View Music and Arts treasurer and fundraising chair Margie Campbell.

“It’s just a very diverse group of kids. Some are part of the group and the student council, and some have been acting since they were very young, ”she said. “But you’d never know it’s a high school production.”

The students also designed and made the costumes, sets and props for the show. Even some scenes are directed by students, Jacob said.

Students who performed in “Clue” include Hailey Bazuik, Bailey Bianco, Jason Bustos, Bryanna Campbell, Alexa Daly, Dylan Jensen, Abigail Lincoln, Bee Marquez, Ryan Matheny, Marin Napolitano, Mary Jane Plyter, Maiki Quevedo, Meadow Sinner, Paxton Sundquist and Paul Westerfield.

The show also features a team of light and tech students including Mariah Bannon, Heaven Boyett, Jamie Brandt, Mac Carlson, Kaylee Chavez, Andy Findley, Max Homack, Zoe Klaman, Jasper Koppenhauer, Asher Manning, Salem Matra, Leslie Romero Mendoza , Zoe Nanez, Kajsa Oresjo, Jorja Pennington, Jolene Perry, Jayden Roberts, Aurora Rodriguez, Aurianna Sanchez, Dylan Sellers, Iralynn Thompson, Evelyn Whittle and Holley Winbourn.

Tickets cost $ 8 for students and $ 12 for non-students and will be available at the door as well as online at The show will take place in the Sue E. Wall Auditorium at Mountain View High School, located at 3500 Mountain Lion Drive.

The shows will start at 7 p.m. on Friday and at 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. on Saturday.


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