Archbold Community Theatre has a 76 year old Agatha Christie chestnut in the works, “And Then There Were None.” The show will be presented Fridays and Saturdays, Dec. 4, 5, 11 and 12 at 7:30 p.m. and on Sunday, Dec. 13 at 2:30 p.m. at Giffey Hall in Ridgeville Corners.
Did Narracott (Edward Bialorucki, Ridgeville Corners) return to the island? Could Dr. Edward Armstrong (David Stuckey, Archbold) have operated one too many times? William Blore (Jeff Patterson, Archbold) might be more than he first appears. Emily Brent (Jodi Crossgrove, Archbold) may be as unfeeling as she seems. Vera Claythorne (Elizabeth Bower, Toledo) may be stronger than she looks.
What about that Captain Lombard, (Ryan Mooney, Continental)? Dear sweet General John Mackenzie (Shawn Liechty, Archbold) may not be so sweet. Then there is Anthony Marston (David Lantz, Archbold), what about that attitude?
Maybe Tom and Ethel Rogers (John Meece, Napoleon and Karen Bower, Toledo) want to be more than just servants. Is Judge Sir Lawrence Wargrave (Ken Bower, Toledo) still sitting in judgment? Any who was that Voice anyway?
Directors Fairy Riter of Stryker and Ed Mooney of Continental will have this stellar cast keep audiences on their toes in Agatha Christie’s most famous tale.