And Then There Were None

by Agatha Christie
Directed by John Rensenhouse
August 9-27, 2017
City Stage at Union Station

Robert Gibby Brand, Greg Butell, Scott Cordes, Kyle Dyck, Bonnie Griffin, Manon Halliburton, Ellen Kirk, Victor Raider-Wexler, Matt Rapport, Matt Schwader, and Peter Zazzali

Ten suspicious and malicious souls are alone on an island when murder ensues in Agatha Christie’s And Then There Were None. Considered by many to be Christie’s masterpiece, she described it as her most difficult mystery to write. It’s the ultimate stylish, witty, and nerve-wracking whodunit with a built-in puzzle that keeps you guessing. If you liked our production of The Mousetrap in 2012, you’ll love And Then There Were None.

“Nobody does a great murder mystery better than Agatha Christie. I’m drawn to And Then There Were None for its psychological intensity. We can all relate to having secrets, and this play puts its characters on the path of having to confront the dark corners of their personal pasts. It conjures up the notion of a divine justice for everyone. There is no escape.”
– John Rensenhouse
Director of And Then There Were None

Director – John Rensenhouse
Production Stage Manager – Alex Murphy
Scenic Designer – Mark Exline
Lighting Designer – Shane Rowse
Costume Designer – Sarah Oliver
Sound Designer – Jonathan Robertson
Technical Director – Kyle Dyck
Properties Designer – Kevin Siess
Assistant Stage Manager – Katherine Gehrlein
Production Assistant – Elizabeth Sampley
Deck Crew – Scott Cordes
Wardrobe – Paige Prouse