Aloha Theatre premieres Clue: On stage

  • Colonel Mustard (Rob Payesko) is confronted by police in the Aloha Performing Arts Company production of Clue, running weekends through June 19 at the Aloha Theatre. (Laura Ruminski/West Hawaii Today)

  • Professor Plum (Mitchell Lee Marks), left, gets questioned by police in the Aloha Performing Arts Company production of Clue, running weekends through June 19 at the Aloha Theatre. (Laura Ruminski/West Hawaii Today)

  • The cast finds another dead body in the Aloha Performing Arts Company production of Clue, running weekends through June 19 at the Aloha Theatre. (Laura Ruminski/West Hawaii Today)

  • Mr. Green (Michael Friedman) almost gets crushed by a chandelier in the Aloha Performing Arts Company production of Clue, running weekends through June 19 at the Aloha Theatre. (Laura Ruminski/West Hawaii Today)

  • Miss Scarlet (Alex Hollis) and Colonel Mustard (Rob Payesko) find another body in the Aloha Performing Arts Company production of Clue, running weekends through June 19 at the Aloha Theatre. (Laura Ruminski/West Hawaii Today)

  • Miss Scarlet (Alex Hollis) finds a trap door in the Aloha Performing Arts Company production of Clue, running weekends through June 19 at the Aloha Theatre. (Laura Ruminski/West Hawaii Today)

  • Colonel Mustard (Rob Payesko) and Wadsworth (Daisy Stock) accuse each other of murder in the Aloha Performing Arts Company production of Clue, running weekends through June 19 at the Aloha Theatre. (Laura Ruminski/West Hawaii Today)

  • Mrs. White (Lindsay Roth), left and Yvette (Kyra Messinetti) find the first dead bodies in the Aloha Performing Arts Company production of Clue, running weekends through June 19 at the Aloha Theatre. (Laura Ruminski/West Hawaii Today)

The historic interior of the Aloha Theatre makes the perfect setting for an unusual dinner party on a dreary night. The host of the party is found dead and six distinctive individuals are the suspects. This interactive show calls for a night full of twists and theories where the audience is left ironically … clueless.