The curtain is set to go up on the Cayman Drama Soceity’s latest production, And Then There Were None, this Thursday.
The popular murder mystery, by Agatha Christie, features a cast of 10 who have been busy rehearsing over the last few months.
Although tweaks have been made to the original script by director Ian Morgan, the play, he said, stays true to the original plot-line with 10 mysterious murders played out during the two-hour production.
Mr. Morgan said that as the entertaining plot of whodunits quickly unfolds, theatregoers will be kept guessing until the bitter end, thanks to a great twist in the play.
And Then There Were None will be staged on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays at 7.30pm until 30 September, at the Prospect Playhouse, Red Bay. Tickets cost $15. Admission for children 12 and under is $10. Tickets for CDS on Thursday’s opening night are $12. Call the box-office on 949-5054 or visit www.caymandrama.org for further details.