'And Then There Were None:' Murder Mystery on Stage at Avon Players
The show starts Friday and runs through Feb. 2.
Agatha Christie's murder mystery And Then There Were None opens Friday at the Avon Players Theatre in Rochester.
The show runs through Feb. 2.
And Then There Were None is the tale of 10 strangers who are invited to a mansion on a lonely island. Their host fails to appear and one by one the guests share their darkest secrets — and then they start to die.
Avon Players’ show is directed by Jennifer Combs and stars Mary Arvidson, Toby Booker, John Cox, Charles Daugherty, Matt Druminski, Sheila Lyle, Kim Monterosso, Daniel Muldoon, Joseph Munem, Lori Smith and Graham Todd.
Friday and Saturday performances are at 8 p.m. and Sunday performances are at 2 pm. Ticket prices range from $13- $15 and may be purchased at the box office in person, by phone at (248) 608-9077 or online at www.avonplayers.org.