People disappear one by one. who’ll be left when the play is done?


Based on-Agatha Christie’s book And Then There Were None


Written by the grande dame of mystery, Agatha Christie’s And Then There Were None will keep you guessing until the curtain goes down. Adapted for the stage in 1943, it was a smash hit on the West End and Broadway, and it’s still surprising audiences today-even mystery fans who may be stunned to realize that the play has a different ending than the book!

As the story begins, ten strangers arrive on an island where they will meet their fate. Each one has a secret and shameful past-and each one is marked for murder. Who’s next? And whodunit? It’s impossible to say. But one by one, each guest meets his or her end in a way that mirrors the lines of the nursery rhyme “there were none.”

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January 11-13, 16-20, and 23-27

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