Mathieu is super hyped to be producing a show based on such a classic, fun board game and an enormously talented cast of friends from Lost Baggage. He has been involved with LBMT since its inception in 2018 and remains on the board of directors. He holds a Bachelor of Music from Carleton University and a Bachelor of Education from the University of Ottawa. When not managing LBMT, Mathieu can be found working as a teacher, musician, and music school administrator at Riverview School of Music. He also enjoys eating fruit, especially grapes. Mathieu sincerely thanks all those involved and for their commitment, especially given the present circumstances.
Select credits include: “Something About New York” (Creator/Director, LBMT), “History of Love: On Broadway” (Musical Director/Performer, LBMT), “The Drunk Text” (Creator/Dylan, Miltonbone Productions), “Chicago” (Amos Hart, Carleton Musical Theatre Society), “25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee” (Leaf Coneybear, Carleton Musical Theatre Ensemble) “Company” (Harry, Sock ‘n’ Buskin Theatre Company), “21 Chump Street” (Derek, LBMT)
Hillary plays the viola and has performed with the Canadian Armed Forces String Ensemble since 2011. She also helps organize the concert series, Music in Greenboro, along with Sabrina Tang. Previous musical theatre experience dates back to her high school days when she played in the pit orchestra for Pirates of Penzance, Oklahoma, The Mystery of Edwin Drood, Into the Woods, and Gypsy.
Micah is making his artistic debut in Ontario with an amazing team! Grateful to his family, God, and dearest friend Anthony, as well as his fellow artists for their collaboration on this! Thank you for joining us.
Cherished credits include: Matilda, A Christmas Carol (CTM), Native Son (Stray Cat Theatre, Zoni award winner, Best Actor), Hair (Desert Stages), Life Could Be a Dream (Hale Center Theatre), The Phantom Tollbooth (Childsplay), and Dracula (Ethington Theatre).
An award-winning singer-songwriter, actor, music director, composer, and music teacher. Kenny is a graduate of the University of Ottawa (2012) with a degree in music, theatre, and composition. He has acted in both community and professional productions across the city, including A Flea In Her Ear, Skin Flick, Tick…Tick…BOOM!(broadwayworld.com Award Nomination: Performer Of The Decade), A Christmas Story, and Ron Fromstein’s Henry’ (Nepean Little Theatre Award: Best Actor In A Leading Role). His original scores have been in theatrical productions that include a 50’s rock ‘n’ roll adaptation of Lysistrata at The Gladstone Theatre, Barefoot In The Park, Silent Sky, and Daniel MacIvor’s Marion Bridge (Armagh Sifton-Price Award: Best Original Song & Score). In fact, two of his original songs were most recently heard on CKCU Radio’s morning show. You’ll discover that Clue, murder-mystery, and music are all passions of Kenny’s since childhood, so when you see him on stage in this performance, just know that he is REALLY enjoying himself! Look for him on social media @kennyhayesmusic. Many thanks to Lost Baggage Musical Theatre for giving him this opportunity and love always to Rafael.
Jesse is an actor, choreographer, dance instructor, singer and children’s songwriter. She has a BA in Theatre from the University of Northern Colorado and an MA in Business Communications. A dancer and choreographer, she has been teaching Ballroom dance, Latin, and Swing Dance since 2005. Jesse was commissioned by the National Arts Centre to create and teach a weekly performing arts class for children and their parents/caregivers. The highly successful program ran from 2017 until the shut down of the NAC in March 2020. Jesse is the recipient of a 2020 Canada Performs Grant from the NAC, bringing a virtual version of her program into the homes of children everywhere. In addition, Jesse has worked as a Stage Manager for Theatre Wakefield and she is a member of the Odyssey Theatre Board of Directors.
Previous credits include: Jesse is a cast member with Murder Mystery Ottawa – Ottawa’s #1 professional murder mystery theatre, performing such roles as: Patricia (The Codfather), Sister Dee (Where There’s a Will, There’s a Wake), and Judi (Silence of the Hams).
At 18, Pat became the youngest player with the National Arts Centre Orchestra when she took on the job of percussionist. Pat currently plays with the Kanata Symphony and the Maple Leaf Brass Band. She has played in numerous musicals and dinner-theatres throughout Ottawa and Ontario, including several in the Arts Center Theater. Pat also became a World Water Ski Champion in 1979 and has been honoured with the Order of Canada.
For her first professional musical theatre production (and her first performance with Lost Baggage), Jordan is super excited to start things off with a bang! Or maybe a thud… Jordan is currently in her second year of theatre studies in university, making her the youngest member in the cast. Before the pandemic, Jordan co-starred in The Wolves by Sara DeLappe as #8 (2020) and will be starring in the upcoming musical Twisted by Starkid in December. Jordan has worked with the Acting Company and has done many musical performances in elementary school. Acting has always been in her blood… and she might just spill some on the stage for you tonight!
Anna is excited to be working on such a fun show once again after co-choreographing and being apprentice stage manager for it once before! She is a graduate of St. Lawrence College with an Advanced Diploma in Musical Theatre -Performance, Carleton University with an Honours Bachelor of Arts with a double major in Music and Religion, and a Bachelor of Education with a focus in Artist in Community Education from Queen’s University. Currently, Anna is working with the Ottawa Catholic School Board teaching Drama and Indigenous Literature. She is so happy to be back doing theatre after a global pandemic and can’t wait to watch the magic happen!
Make-up and Hair Designer
Kim is very excited to be in the designer position for Clue: The Musical. With over 30 years experience in the beauty industry, she is currently a Hairstyling and Makeup Instructor at Versailles Academy. Kim has found a passion for the theatre, designing for shows such as Adams Family, Spring Awakening, American Idiot, To Kill a Mockingbird, Sweeney Todd, Catch Me If You Can, Shrek, and others. She couldn’t do what she does without her dream team of volunteers. From glam to gore, Kim loves it all!
Sabrina is a performer, collaborative pianist, and music teacher in the Ottawa area. She received her Diploma in Piano Performance from the Trinity College of London in 2007 and has enjoyed working with a variety of soloists, ensembles, and local musical theatre companies since. She maintains an active music studio in the South Keys and Greenboro area, where she teaches piano to students of all ages and levels. Sabrina has been the musical director at Gloucester Presbyterian Church since 2012, where she also runs the “Music in Greenboro” concert series to showcase local musicians in the community and provide high-quality, accessible music to residents in the area. She is thrilled to be a part of Clue with an incredible cast, crew, and band!
Doug is thrilled to be in his first Lost Baggage Theatre show with such a talented cast and in such a fun, fast-paced and audience-participatory musical. He’s enjoyed the process of ‘becoming’ Colonel Mustard, a nice contrast from his last role as Grimsby in ASNY’s production of The Little Mermaid. He feels very blessed to have performed on stage in a number of Orpheus shows over the years and contributed back stage too … and to have performed at Gladstone Theatre (A Man of No Importance) and Ottawa Little Theatre (One Flew Over A Cuckoos Nest). Doug works in the Human Resources Branch at CRA. Enjoy the show!!!
Melodi is extremely grateful and excited to be a part of her first ever production with Lost Baggage! Not only that, she is also extremely excited to be a part of a show based on one of her favourite board games growing up, Clue! She has an Honours Bachelor of Psychology Degree, as well as a Masters Degree in Public Policy and Administration from Carleton University. When Melodi is not acting, dancing, and singing her heart out on stage, she can be found working for the Mental Health Division at Health Canada, trying to provide adequate and appropriate support and services for those with various mental health conditions. She enjoys reading comic books, drawing, painting, working out, and watching movies!
Select credits include: Once Upon a Mattress (Lady in Waiting; 2010); The Drowsy Chaperone (Mrs. Tottendale; 2011); Cappies Chorus Member with the National Arts Centre (NAC) (2010-2012). Select awards include: Cappie Award for Ensemble in a Musical for supporting lead role as Mrs. Tottendale in The Drowsy Chaperone (2011).
Euan is excited to be returning to Clue after a slight pandemic interruption. Having appeared in community shows in Ottawa since childhood, Euan has always found time to get up on stage and embarrass himself for others’ entertainment. He hopes this role will finally bring him some dignity. You might have recently seen him in one of Lost Baggage’s online Cabarets (most recently in My Funny Valentine earlier this year) or as Brian in TotoToo’s 2019 production of Avenue Q. Before this, he also appeared in various shows with the Carleton Musical Theatre Ensemble and Sock n’ Buskin theatre. After this show, his main artistic goals are to try and actually write one of his own shows and to get his D&D players to all show up at once.
Laura is proud to be joining the production team of Clue: The Musical as the Stage Manager. Laura has had the pleasure of Stage Managing My Funy Valentine, A Quarantunes Cabaret, History of Love, and A Little Lin Music with Lost Baggage. Most recently, Laura was the Apprentice Stage Manager of Rock of Ages and the ASM of Sister Act with Orpheus. Other highlights include Stage Managing Chicago and Cabaret with the Carleton Musical Theatre Society. Laura looks forward to continuing sharpening her craft in Stage Managing within the theatre community in Ottawa.