The Mount Vernon-Lisbon Community Theatre will be presenting Agatha Christie’s “And Then There Were None” in March.
Be a Part of the Show!
This weekend they are holding auditions for parts in this iconic murder-mystery Sunday, January 21 at 7 pm and Monday, January 22 at 7 pm in the Uptown Theatre.
There are roles for adults: 8 males, 3 females
Here’s a summary of the play from the MVLCT website
Agatha Christie’s dramatization of one of her darkest and most successful mystery novels is set in a house on a remote island off the coast of Devon, England in the 1940s.
The plot revolves around ten strangers who are summoned there because they have a secret past in common. Each visitor has been marked for murder and, one by one, they are killed in the order dictated by a sinister nursery rhyme about ten little soldiers.
As a storm rages outside, there is no escape. This is a classic murder mystery drama by one of the masters of the genre!
Got to the MVLCT website to learn more about this and other performances put on by this great local group.