'And Then There Were None' at SCC
Matt Witthaus and Judith Long in "And Then There Were None."
They came to the island as strangers. Now who will survive?
Silver Moon Theatre presents Agatha Christie's titillating tale “And Then There Were None,” directed by Nellie Cravens. The show opens Thursday, July 26 and runs through Sunday, Aug. 12, in Andrews Hall at the Sonoma Community Center, 276 E. Napa St.
In this classic thriller, eight houseguests and two servants are isolated in a house on a lonely island. A framed nursery rhyme hangs over the mantel. The first evening, a mysterious voice accuses each of the ten of having gotten away with murder. Suddenly one of them drops dead – poisoned. One down, and nine to go – but who is the murderer?
Performances are set every Thursday, Friday and Saturday night at 8 p.m., with a matinee on Sundays at 3 p.m.
Presented by special arrangement with 2012 Agatha Christie Ltd and Samuel French, Inc., this production is in association with the Sonoma Theatre Alliance and is part of the Summer Festival of Theatre 2012.
“Thrifty Thursday” tickets are $18. All other tickets are $22. Tickets can be purchased through the Sonoma Community Center Box Office at 938-4626, ext. 1, or online at SonomaCommunityCenter.org.