BWW Review: AND THEN THERE WERE NONE Intrigues at Beavercreek Community Theatre

BWW Review: AND THEN THERE WERE NONE Intrigues at Beavercreek Community Theatre

I love a good mystery. It is my favorite genre. Beavercreek Community Theatre's production of AND THEN THERE WERE NONE, Agatha Christie's most successful novel as adapted for the stage, did not disappoint me.

The story begins with ten people from different backgrounds all gathered together after receiving varied invitations from a mysterious host. The many twists and turns of the story are brought to life by director Aaron Brewer and his strong ensemble led by the real-life husband and wife team of Kristin Curby and Levi Curby as Vera Claythorne and Philip Lombard.

The set by Chris Harmon whisks us away to a beautiful island manor and along with the period perfect costumes by Olivia Dakin sets the stage perfectly for all of the action and intrigue to come.

Normally, I would tell you that I think you should go out this weekend and see this show, but according to their website, the show is sold out for the entire weekend. Check for contact information and the possibility of a waiting list.

If you missed your chance to see this show, there are plenty of shows coming up in town in February. Here is a list along with contact information.

February 1-11: Wright State University presents THE GRAPES OF WRATH. Tickets available at

February 1-18: LaComedia Dinner Theatre continues to present SMOKE ON THE MOUNTAIN. Tickets available at

February 2-18: The Human Race Theatre presents SEX WITH STRANGERS. Tickets available at

February 2-4: Dayton Theatre Guild presents the final weekend of STELLA AND LOU. Tickets available at

February 2-4: Dayton Playhouse presents the final weekend of BEEHIVE: THE SIXTIES MUSICAL. Tickets available at

February 9-18: Sinclair Community College Theatre presents FAHRENHEIT 451. Tickets available at

February 9-18: Xenia Area Community Theatre presents LAST OF THE RED HOT LOVERS. Tickets available at

February 13-18: Victoria Theatre Association presents THE SOUND OF MUSIC. Tickets available at

February 15-25: Brookville Community Theatre presents FOXFIRE. Tickets available at

February 16-24: Middletown Lyric Theatre presents MY NAME IS ASHER LEY. Tickets available at

February 18- April 15: Lacomedia Dinner Theatre presents THE COLOR PURPLE, Tickets available at

February 24-25: Miami Valley Symphony Orchestra in conjunction with Dayton Playhouse presents AN EVENING OF RODGERS AND HAMMERSTEIN CLASSICS. Tickets available at

February 25: University of Dayton Theatre presents UNFINISHED. Tickets available at

So many opportunities to see great theatre and support your community coming up in February. Come back tomorrow for a listing of upcoming auditions so you can get involved as well. Don't miss out.

Photo Credit: Aaron Brewer

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