(HARRISON, NJ) -- West Hudson Arts & Theater Co (WHATCo) presents Agatha Christie's And Then There Were None with six performances across two weekends (February 16-18 and February 23-25) at The Theater at WHATCo (15 Frank E. Rodgers Blvd. South) in Harrison. This play tells the story of 10 strangers who are summoned to a remote island and accused of misdeeds. When the weather cuts them off from the mainland one by one, the guests are killed in accordance with a sinister nursery rhyme. They must find the killer if they hope to survive.
This classic Agatha Christie mystery is directed by Cynthia Ross with stage manager Jasmine Viera. Set design is by Brian Sullivan. The cast includes Christopher Tully as Sir Lawrence Wargrave; Francesca Stokes as Emily Brent; Erica Vieira as Vera Claythorne; Matt Masiello as Philip Lombard; Don Filicetti as Dr. Armstrong; John J. Jeffords as William Blore; Robert Strauch as General Mackenzie; Daniella Heywood as Mrs. Rogers; Jonathan Rueda as Anthony Marston & Fred Narracot; and Andre’ Vieira as Rogers.
Performances are February 16, 17, 23, and 24 at 7:30pm and February 18 and 25 at 2:00pm. Tickets are available for purchase online.
And Then There Were None is presented by arrangement with Concord Theatricals on behalf of Samuel French, Inc.
West Hudson Arts & Theater Company (WHATCo) seeks to be a cultural resource that will enrich and invigorate the West Hudson community as a whole while embracing, educating and entertaining people of all ages, cultures and abilities. Through a range of quality theatrical productions, they seek to stimulate, celebrate and enhance the understanding of theater while fostering and inspiring growth and creativity in their members. They strive to be a resource for both the residents and businesses of the greater West Hudson area and to enrich the cultural depth, education and vitality of the community at large.