Right Angle Entertainment photos.

By Monitor staff

If you’ve wondered why you keep seeing small groups of people puzzling over clipboards as they wander through downtown Concord, this is your last weekend to find out.

Those people are playing a live interactive version of the board game Clue. They’re part of a team (called Green, Mustard, Peacock, Plum, Scarlett or White for obvious reasons!) hunting for – what else? – clues to an unsolved murder.

Starting with a butler at the Capitol Center for the Arts, 44 S. Main St., they search furniture taken from the rooms in the game’s Tudor mansion (the Library, the Billiard Room, the Ballroom, etc.) that are now dispersed throughout the city. The hunt goes to locations such as Lucky’s Barbershop, Gibson’s Bookstore, Penumbra, and Teatotaller, gathering details in hopes of figuring out who did it.

The game was developed by Right Angle Entertainment, a media production company based in Los Angeles, in association with Hasbro, which owns rights to the game Clue. This interactive version is currently playing in nine cities, including Boston, of which Concord is by far the smallest.

Concord’s version runs through Sunday, June 16. It is recommended for ages 8 and older with an adult accompanying all minors. Upon purchasing tickets, guests can choose which of the characters they will bring to life and when they’ll start their hunt. Tickets start at $35 and are available at

Author: The Concord Insider

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