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The Players Celebrate’s Clue’s 30th Anniversary

The Players celebrated the 30th anniversary of the film “Clue” with an all-star tribute performance honoring Jonathan Lynn, the film’s director and screenwriter, on Sunday, December 13th.

Released in 1985, Clue starred a who’s who of comedy greats including Tim Curry, Michael McKean, Madeline Kahn, Christopher Lloyd, Eileen Brennan, and Martin Mull, and went on to become a cult classic (Buzzfeed hails it as “one of the most beloved films of the 1980s”).

The one-night-only performance at The Players, starting Michael Urie and Zachary Levy, garnered coverage in outlets from PeopleNew York Post, and Playbill to Stage BuddyBroadway World, and Untapped Cities.

PKPR Client: The Players

Founded in 1888 by actor Edwin Booth and colleagues like Mark Twain, The Players is New York City’s only social club for theatre, television, film, music, and publishing professionals and fans of the arts. Housed in the Booth mansion, a landmark Greek Revival townhouse on Gramercy Park, The Players’ past presidents include Jose Ferrer, Lynn Redgrave, and Timothy Hutton.

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