If you’ve been a long-time fan of Agatha Christie, then you must stop everything you are doing andbe sure to attend the Schoolhouse Arts Center’s one of six Friday through Sunday performances of “And Then There Were None.” The first performance begins on Friday, September 28 with the last one ending on Sunday, October 7. The Friday and Saturday showings are 7:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. and Sunday performances are 2 p.m. to 4 p.m.
The story begins when eight strangers arrive at Soldier Island, invited by a “Mr. Owen.” What could possibly go wrong?
|William Blore (Randy Hunt of Westbrook) threatens to throttle Phillip Lombard (Zachariah Stearn of Windham).|
Vera Claythorne, a former governess, thinks she has been hired as a secretary; Philip Lombard, an adventurer, and William Blore, an ex-detective, think they have been hired to look out for trouble over the weekend; Dr. Armstrong thinks he has been hired to look after the wife of the island’s owner. Emily Brent, General Macarthur, Tony Marston, and Judge Wargrave think they are going to visit old friends. As they compare notes over dinner they realize that none of them have actually met Mr. Owen, not even the house servants. As a storm rages outside the guests begin to disappear one by one and as their numbers dwindle they realize with horror that they were brought to the island under false pretenses according to “Mr. Owen’s” strange plan.
Tickets are $12 and $14and are available at . Be sure to purchase yours today before, much like “Mr. Owen’s” guests, disappear one by one.