Theatre in the Round Presents Christie Masterpiece AND THEN THERE WERE NONE
Theatre in the Round Players (TRP) continues its 66th season with And Then There Were None, in weekend performances from November 17 through December 17.
Ten strangers are lured to an island mansion off the coast of England. Over dinner, a record begins to play, and the voice of their unseen host accuses each person of hiding a terrible secret. Later that night, one of them is found murdered. And then, one by one, they are killed according to a macabre nursery rhyme - until there were none. Dame Christie adapted this riveting drama for the stage from her novel, which was one of the best-selling mysteries of all time.
Brian Joyce directs the 11-member cast, with sets designed by Philip Hoks, costumes by Deb Murphy, and lighting by Mark Halvorson. An audience discussion with members of the company will follow the matinee performance on Sunday, December 3.
Please Note: this show includes gunshots onstage.
Theatre in the Round's facilities are accessible for audience members using wheelchairs.
Assisted-listening equipment is available for patrons with hearing impairments.
Assisted-viewing service offered for patrons with visual impairments Sunday, December 17.
Photo by Bob Suh