And Then There Were None
JANUARY 7 THROUGH MARCH 27 2011
Without a doubt, AND THEN THERE WERE NONE (formerly titled TEN LITTLE INDIANS) is Agatha Christie’s most well-known work. It was first seen as a serial mystery in the Saturday Evening Post, followed by its publication in the form of a novel. Adapted to the stage, it became her first hit play in both London and New York. The story was subsequently made into a major motion picture by Twentieth Century Fox in 1945, and re-made by Hollywood again in 1966.