"Clue Live!" in Brooklyn Cinema
May 23, 2015 - 11:14pm
Cult movie "Clue" - based on the classic family board game of the same name - apparently has quite a following in New York City and the good folks at the Williamsburg based bar/cinema Videology are out to prove it. "The film has long been fan-favorite at Videology, which regularly hosts screenings where the audience can play the titular board games while they watch. Film fanatics always pack those nights out, said a Videology staffer." Now, Videology is hosting a new form of screening with the help of director Peter Smith and his cohort of Clue loving comedians. With the screening room transformed into the film's infamous study, the performers will take the stage every time the story returns to that room and perform the scene live. According to Smith, "The cast won’t steer too far from the original script, despite their pedigree as improv performers, because you can’t improve on perfection." The screening will take place at 9:30 on May 30. For more information on Videology - and the required entry fee - check out the full article here.