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ASOC presents And Then There Were None

And Then There Were NoneTen little Indian boys went out to dine, one chocked his little self and then there were nine. Ten strangers dinning on a secluded island, each accused of hiding terrible secrets.

Then, one by one, they begin to die…..horribly! That’s right! You guessed it! ASOC takes on the most famous murder mystery ever! Agatha Christy’s master piece, Ten Little Indians, adapted to the stage and re-titled AND THEN THEE WERE NONE by Queen of Mystery Agatha herself!

The show starts out with 10 strangers, meeting on a remote island by invitation by a mysterious host each perceives as someone different. As the crowd of various characters, such as a retired general, a surgeon, a retired police detective, a soldier of fortune, a young teacher and others gather around the evening meal only to beaccused of terrible crimes by a ghostly voice. Shortly there after, the first guest dies and as if by sheer horror of circumstances, one of the 10 soldier statues set upon the mantle is found broken! As the night progresses, the accusations fly as the surviving guests begin to die in a manner paralleling, inexorably and sometimes grotesquely, the old nursery rhyme, “Ten Little Soldiers”.

Directed by Markus Brown with Set Designer/Set Builder Edward James.

AND THEN THERE WERE NONE Opens Oct. 13th to 15th, 20th to 23rd & 27th to 29th Thursdays to Saturdays 7:30pm & one Sunday matinee on Oct 23rd at 2:00pm at the ASOC Playhouse 129 West Bond Street Uniontown Astoria.

Tickets are $15 to 8.00. At the door, but reservations recommended.

Purchase online: astorstreetoprycompany.com/503.325.6104.

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