The Frankston High School Theater Department performed two community showings of Clue, High School Edition, over the weekend. The show drew a crowd of roughly 230 viewers over the course of the two-day run. The students hard work was evidenced by the quality of their production. Director Katie Reed pointed out, student actors and production crews are only paid in laughs and applause, and this show paid well.
Every element of the show was student led. Student stage managers and crew organized props and set the stage based on cues from the script. Students ran lights and sound, and of course the cast was composed strictly of student actors. This means that for a show that ran roughly an hour if there was a problem, the students had to resolve it.