The Game’s Afoot Breaks Box Office Records
Ken Ludwig’s The Game’s Afoot, a comedy-thriller that premiered this holiday season at Cleveland Play House, has just made box office history.
According to the Cleveland Plane Dealer, “Ludwig's holiday whodunit about American actor William Gillette, who made a fortune playing Sherlock Holmes, became the top-selling show in Play House history. It earned $395,828 in single-ticket sales, besting the 2006 production of "A Christmas Story," which brought in $380,900.
Congratulations to the Cleveland Playhouse staff and to the cast and creative team on a wonderful world premiere!
The Cast of The Game's Afoot at Cleveland Play House
Photo by Roger Mastroianni