And Then There Were None, Actors Co-Op David Schall Theatre

Photo by Lindsay Schnebly.

And Then There Were None by Agatha Christie.

Melinda Schupmann –

Many consider Dame Agatha Christie the finest mystery writer of all time. Whether you agree, it can certainly be said that her work And Then There Were None has been one of the most successful play adaptations from a mystery novel to date. A clever if not grim story, Christie modified it for the stage in 1943 with a lighter tone and more palatable ending than the one in her original book.  Read more…