We haven't had the chance to review it ourselves, but please take a moment, if you're a fan of the 1985 film Clue (which was rumored to be targeted for a remake... sigh) to see KQED's review of the Boxcar Theatre's production of Clue, which is partly a send-up of the film itself. They call it "a farce of a farce, a lark, an evening of theater only to the extent that it features actors, lighting, sound effects and the rest." The set, built into a pit around which the audience sits, elevated eight feet up, features multiple rooms just like the board game/movie, although the walls are imaginary.

Also, J. Conrad Frank (a.k.a. drag queen Katya Smirnoff-Skyy) plays Eileen Brennan as Mrs. Peacock, and Sarah Savage plays Lesley Ann Warren as Miss Scarlett, though KQED says Savage "does a terrific Marilu Henner, which suits Savage better than Warren." Got that? [KQED]