College Theater Department presents Christie Murder Mystery
Director Joyce Pauley and the Theater Department at Moberly Area Community College present Agatha Christie's thrilling murder mystery And Then There Were None this Thursday, Friday & Saturday, April 14, 15, 16, at 7PM in the MACC Auditorium.
The show is adapted from Christie's 1939 best selling novel and tracks the life and death of ten people who are lured to an island home for various reasons. All of them share a common secret: they've killed someone, but have never been charged with the crime. As the story continues, each one meets their fate as described in the nursery rhyme "Ten Little Soldiers."
The novel was made into a play in 1943, and a movie in 1945, as well as numerous other iterations and parodies throughout the years. Most recently, developers used the novel in 2008 to create a video game for the Wii, and in 2010 the Family Guy TV series ran a show loosely based Christie's premise. The book has sold over 100 million copies, ranking it as one of the top selling mystery novels in history.
Tickets are available at the door each night for $3 students & $5 adults. MACC students are free with student ID. For more information on the MACC Theater department or upcoming events at the College, call 660.263.4100 or visit macc.edu.
MACC student actor Seth Comara contemplates a toy soldier on stage during practice for Agatha Christie's And Then There Were None playing this Thursday, Friday & Saturday, April 14, 15, 16, at 7PM in the MACC Auditorium.