Edwardsburg plays ‘And Then There Were None’Published 4:46pm Wednesday, November 7, 2012
EDWARDSBURG — Agatha Christie’s “And Then There Were None” will be presented by Edwardsburg High School this weekend.
Performances are at 7:30 Friday and Saturday with a matinee at 2 p.m. Sunday Tickets, available at the door, are $7 for general admission and $5 for students and senior citizens.
“And Then There Were None” originally was a detective fiction novel written by Christie, published in 1939.
Many may know the play as “Ten Little Indians.”
The premise is that eight strangers are invited to Burgh Island by a mysterious unknown host. One by one, the strangers are eliminated by terrible misfortune, while the remaining guests try to solve the mystery before they are “eliminated.”
This classic murder-mystery is directed by Megan Farison and assisted by Michael Marcks. The pair have a combined 11 years experience in play production.
There are 11 roles in the production.
Mr. Rogers – Jared Couture
Mrs. Rogers – Elyse Clark
Fran Narracott – Abby Praklet
Vera Claythorne – Hannah Weaver
Phillip Lombard – Austin Karacson
Anthony Marston – Braden Burget
Wilma Henrietta Blore – Amanda Pilarski
General Mackenzie – Logan Black
Emily Brent – Laura Coble
Sir Lawrence Wargrave – Jake Kopf
Dr. Armstrong – Dan Ferenczi
The cast consists of Conor Crennell, Stephanie Hodges, Michael Sherer, Jordan Ballard and Ethan Boutwell.
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