Clue: On Stage [High School Edition] - October 24 - November 03, 2018

Ruben S. Ayala High School

 End Notes 

Notes from the Directors:


My name is Megan Coffin and I am a senior enrolled in Production and Performance here at Ayala. Clue: On Stage is my tenth production with the Ayala Theatre Company, and my first directing position. Working alongside co-directors Ms. Yeh and Rachel Lundstedt was an amazing opportunity. I have always been used to being an actress, so this opportunity was a much needed change to see what it is like on the other side. I would like to thank my  parents for always supporting my commitment to this program. I would also like to thank Ms. Yeh and Mr. Davis for spending countless hours preparing for this play from the very beginning to the finality of the great show you will soon see! Clue is the kind of show that keeps you on the edge of your seat, while you try not to fall off your seat from laughter. I hope you enjoy this show as much as I enjoyed being a part of it!


Megan Coffin, Assistant Director



After hearing we were doing Clue: On Stage as the Fall Production at the P&P retreat over the summer, I was ecstatic to be part of it. Ever since seeing the movie, I fell in love and knew I wanted to direct it. At my old school, I would be lighting director for the plays and I always just had so many ideas that would fit into the play, I’ve always been someone who has liked the background of things, knowing what made it come together and seeing how it was able to go to that outcome. I honestly never thought I would be part of theater going into high school considering my siblings always were in sports but going into it I fell in love with sound and lighting and everything that has to do with the program, especially the people. I would love to thank my dad, my sister and my oldest brother for all being there for me this past year when it was the hardest and always supporting every dream I have. I would also love to thank my beautiful cast for working as hard as they could despite things going on in their personal lives. Lastly, I’d like to thank Ms. Yeh for even letting me be part of this play; she’s made a huge impact on theater and everyone in it, and I can’t wait to see the program under her influence, I’m lucky enough to be here to see it begin. I hope you all love this play as much as I love it, thank you for coming to support the arts!


Rachel Lundstedt, Co-Director



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