Whodunit? 'CLUE Live' mystery walking experience heads to Chicago

  • "Detectives" will figure out whether Miss Scarlet or another colorful character is the guilty party when "CLUE Live! -- An Outdoor Walking Experience" comes to Chicago this summer.

    "Detectives" will figure out whether Miss Scarlet or another colorful character is the guilty party when "CLUE Live! -- An Outdoor Walking Experience" comes to Chicago this summer. "Courtesy of CLUE Live!"

 
By Lisa Friedman Miner
lminer@dailyherald.com
Posted5/12/2021 12:44 PM

Was it Colonel Mustard in the conservatory? Professor Plum in the billiard room? Mrs. Peacock in the library?

Would-be sleuths can find out for themselves when an immersive, interactive experience based on the Hasbro board game Clue comes to Chicago this summer.

 

"CLUE Live! -- An Outdoor Walking Experience" launches in June in Los Angeles, and waitlists are now open for summer runs at undisclosed "secret" locations in Chicago and New York. No starting date has been announced, but those interested can sign up at CLUEWalkingExperience.com.

"Detectives" will figure out whether Mrs. Peacock or another colorful character is the guilty party when "CLUE Live! -- An Outdoor Walking Experience" comes to Chicago this summer.
"Detectives" will figure out whether Mrs. Peacock or another colorful character is the guilty party when "CLUE Live! -- An Outdoor Walking Experience" comes to Chicago this summer. - "Courtesy of CLUE Live!"

The 90-minute event, from Hasbro and Right Angle Entertainment, turns guests into detectives to find out who murdered Mr. Boddy. Sleuths will visit the board game's locations and have a chance to question the suspects: Professor Plum, Miss Scarlet, Colonel Mustard, Mrs. Peacock, Mr. Green and Dr. Orchid.

Tickets will start at about $40.

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COVID-19 precautions

• Performances are outdoors and will be limited to 30 attendees.

• Masks are required regardless of vaccination status.

• Social distancing protocols will be in place.

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