Agatha Christie mystery comes to local theater


Courtesy of Kami Cornwall

The cast of “And Then There Were None” work out the kinks in a dress rehearsal of Pullman Civic Theatre’s most recent show.

RACHEL KOCH, Evergreen reporter

The Pullman Civic Theatre will host their performance of “And Then There Were None” tonight.

The play is based on the classic Agatha Christie Novel of the same name.

“There are 10 strangers who have all been invited to this sort of mansion, or this manor house on this island,” Director Kristin Lincoln said. “The only way off is by boat, and slowly, the characters start dying. The mystery is: who’s killing them? We’re hoping that the audience comes in and is looking to suspect who the murderer is.”

The actors have been putting in a lot of work for this performance, with rehearsals going on for the last four weeks, Lincoln said.

PCT will show “And Then There Were None” at 7:30 p.m. Thursday through Saturday, and at 2 p.m. Sunday.

Tickets are available online for $12, and flowers will be available at the door.

Reporting by Rachel Koch