(WEST HUDSON, NJ) -- The West Hudson Arts & Theater Co (WHATCo) brings the classic mystery And Then There Were None by Agatha Christie to its Main Stage for a six performance run across two weekends (February 16-18 and February 23-25). This 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.
Directed by Cynthia Ross with stage manager Jasmine Viera and set design 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 Jesse 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. Visit www.whatconj.org for tickets and additional information. The Theater at WHATCo is located at 15 Frank E. Rodgers Blvd South in Harrison, New Jersey.
Tickets are $20 General Admission and $15 for Students and Seniors. Tickets are available for purchase online. Some tickets may also be available for sale at The Theater the day of the performance.
Content Warning: this production contains themes of death, grief, and guilt. It also contains references to and depictions of murder, manslaughter, and suicide by hanging.
The Education Spotlight, sponsored by the PSE&G Foundation, will be presented 30 minutes before each performance. Patrons who wish to participate will be invited to join a WHATCo volunteer and cast member in a classroom setting for a brief 10 - 12 minute presentation.
“And Then There Were None” is presented by arrangement with Concord Theatricals on behalf of Samuel French, Inc.