Agatha Christie’s AND THEN THERE WERE NONE -(January 7 – March 27 2011)
Probably the most popular mystery play ever written, this Agatha Christie treat is non-stop suspense from opening line to final curtain!!! (Formerly titled 10 LITTLE INDIANS)
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.
BIG RIVER- (March 30 – July 3 2011).
Mark Twain’s tale of an incorrigible teenager growing up in the pre-Civil War south who befriends a runaway slave and risks his own safety helping him escape to freedom, and in doing so learns the real meaning , and value, of friendship. Music is by Roger Miller.
NUNSENSE- (July 8 – September 25 2011).
“NUNSENSE is good old fashioned comedy at its best: It is quick paced, generally raucous, occasionally touching and totally wonderful!” -BACKSTAGE
2010 Performance Schedule
Spider’s Web – January 8th – March 21st (2010).
Fast moving, ups and downs, and a new twist around every corner make this Agatha Christie masterpiece one of the most entertaining of all her works. “So closely woven with thrills and comedy that shocks and laughs are about fifty-fifty.” –London Guardian
Shenandoah– March 24th – July 11th (2010)
A proud Virginia farmer tries desperately to keep his family from being caught up in the throes of the Civil War. “A tuneful, thoughtful, sentimental musical – clean as a whistle, youthfully vibrant, yet as moving as the history it portrays.” Christian Science Monitor
Greater Tuna – July 16th – Sept 19th (2010)
The hilariously funny comedy about the third smallest town in Texas where the Lion’s Club is too liberal and Patsy Cline never dies. This outstanding spoof on redneck America has become one of the most widely produced plays on the American stage!
Me and My Girl– September 22nd – November 28th (2010)
A riotously funny musical comedy about a free spirited cockney lad who inherits an earldom but refuses to give up his girlfriend in order to claim his fortune.
A Christmas Carol – Dec 1st – Dec 30th (2010)
Charles Dickens’ timeless tale of Ebenezer Scrooge and his awakening the night before Christmas. Due to the overwhelming response to this Charles Dickens Classic last year, we will be bringing back A CHRISTMAS CAROL to run from December 1st through December 30th.