Story by Lindsey Chester.
Cary, NC – The Cary Players continue their performances based on movie adaptations with Agatha Christie’s And Then There Were None opening February 3 at Cary Arts Center.
And Then There Were None
Mystery lovers are in for a treat this February as Cary Player presents the classic thriller by the quintessential queen of suspense!
Tina Vance directs the full stage production of this literary masterpiece at the beautiful Cary Arts Center in downtown Cary.
In the story, eight strangers are lured to an island off the English coast. Each guest arrives by boat, under the various ideas of why they are traveling to this remote island. Some come for employment, others to meet friends- but all are mistaken.
David Serxner will design the 1930’s era costumes and the set, designed by Glen Vance will capture a mood of a British Isles summer home.
Under the title Ten Little Indians, the book was first published in the UK in November 1939. The novel has sold over 100 million copies, making it the world’s best-selling mystery ever, and one of the best-selling books of all time! It has been adapted into several plays, films, and even a video game.
Show Times & Tickets
February 3-5 and 9-12
7:30 pm Thursday,Friday & Saturday
3:00 pm Sunday
Seniors (55+): $16
Groups (20+) $15 each (For the group rate, tickets must be purchased at Cary Arts Center box office.)
Individual tickets can be purchased in one of three ways:
- In person at the Cary Arts Center, Mon-Fri (10am-8pm) or Sat (10am-1pm).
- By phone through the Etix Phone Center, 800-514-3849
- Online at CaryPlayers
The performance on Sunday February 12th at 3 pm will be audio described by Arts Access.