Agatha Christie classic lets young actors explore their craft

Posted: January 26, 2018 at 1 a.m.

Courtesy Photo Hannah Morton and Warren McCombs, seated, pause for a photo during rehearsal with Henry Aggus and Sarah Grace Baxter. The FHS production of "And Then There Were None" runs this weekend.
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Courtesy Photo Hannah Morton and Warren McCombs, seated, pause for a photo during rehearsal with Henry Aggus and Sarah Grace Baxter. The FHS production of "And Then There Were None" runs this weekend.

It is, Mike Thomas says simply, what makes Agatha Christie's "And Then There Were None" a classic. Written in 1939 and presented "in period" with British accents, the ever-popular murder mystery still speaks to the actors and the audience.

FAQ

‘And Then There Were None’

WHEN — 7 p.m. today & Saturday; 2 p.m. Sunday

WHERE — Fayetteville High School Black Box Theatre

COST — $7-$10

INFO — 445-1335

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