And Then There Were None
by Temple Civic Theatre
Aug. 14 - Aug. 15
Then There Were None is a classic Agatha Christie mystery. A mysterious host invites eight guests to a weird country house for the weekend. The guests have never met one another before, nor have they met their host. A mysterious voice accuses everyone present, including the servants, of murder. As the weather turns, the group is stranded, cut off from the mainland.
Open auditions for the first 2017-18 main-series production And Then There Were None will be Monday and Tuesday, August 14 and 15, at 7 p.m. at the theatre.
The show will be directed by Natasha Tolleson, award-winning director from Temple High School. Auditions will be by cold readings from the script. There are roles for 11 adults (eight men and three women).
Performances will be September 29-30 and October 1 & 5-8, 2017.