The Agatha Christie favorite, “Murder on the Nile,” finishes its run this weekend on Sonoma Valley High School’s Little Theater stage. The production is directed by Jane Martin and Janine Duma.

As has become common in local plays, most roles are dual-cast. Simon Mostyn is played by Jackson Zyskowski and Dominic Garcia; Kay Ridgeway is played by Mia Benstead and Natalya Crawford; Jacqueline de Severac is played by Ellie Proctor, and Aliya Blinman; the maid Louise is played by Madeline Jaycox and Tessla Carlsson; matron Miss ffoliot-ffoukes is played by Kaileigh Hingtgen, Madison Ellis and Lauren Smith; her niece Christina is played by Claire McNairy and Ivy O’Donnell; socialist Smith is played by Eric Serbicki and Cian Martin; Kay’s guardian Lady Canon Pennefather is played by Siobhan Hernandez and Rene Rodriguez; and the doctor is played by Tristan Padovan and Annie Robachaud.

The play also features Alyona O’Brien, Dean Szanyi, Mickey Abate, Andie Raffaini, Ivy McNeill and Leslie Santoyo. Stage crew members are Alan Echeverria and Magaly Aguilar.

Performances will be on Friday and Saturday, Jan. 26 and 27 at 7 p.m. with a matinee performances on Sunday, Jan. 28 at 2 p.m. Admission is $10 for adults and $5 for children, students, seniors and active military. Tickets can be purchased in advance at Reader’s Books at 130 E. Napa St., Pharmaca at 303 W. Napa St. and the Student Activities Office at SVHS. Tickets may also be purchased at the Little Theater Box Office 30 minutes prior to curtain.