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And Then There Were None

By Agatha Christie

Directed by Debbie Smith

Season: 21st August - 2nd October 2010
Preview night 20th August
Friday and Saturday nights at 8pm
Sunday matinée at 4.30pm


The Genesian Theatre was pleased to make the proceeds of the opening night of And Then There Were None in the sum of $1500 together with audience donations available to Caritas for flood relief in Pakistan.

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Move over Miss Marple, it's now the audience's turn to solve the most popular murder mystery thriller of all time.

This play has captured theatre-goers around the world with its lively characters, bizarre series of murders and gripping climax. It is the story of ten individuals having a weekend retreat in a beautiful mansion on a remote island. But they soon realize that it's no holiday... as each person has a shady past and something to hide. One of them is lying, and committing the most dastardly murders. Is it the doctor, the judge, the cad, the spinster or the butler? And can the intended victims solve the rhyme and be able to save themselves in time?

Set in the elegant and sensual 1940s, the costumes are designed by Nicola Griggs, the nautically-themed set by Debbie Smith and the Lighting and Sound design is the creative work of Michael Schell. This show will be a feast for all the senses, especially the nerves. However the clever script also has lots of humour as it keeps you on your toes as you try to solve the puzzle.

You will be 'thrilled' by the Genesian Theatre production of And Then There Were None. Prepare yourself for a shockingly fun night of theatre!

Director:Debbie Smith
Director:Jenny Jacobs
Set Design:Debbie Smith
Costume Design:Nicola Griggs and Susan Carveth
Lighting & Sound Design:Michael Schell


Stage Manager:Chris Wood
Lighting & Sound Operation:Lisa Harrison
Janina Olmos-New
Lizzie Gibson
Kathy Curran
Merry Tran


Mr Rogers:Stewart Stubbs
Narracot:Paul Barbary
Mrs Rogers:Jessica Mestre
Captain Philip Lombard:Michael Faustmann
Ms Vera Claythorne:Lizzie Petrie
Mr Anthony Marsden:Alec Hartnell
Detective Blore:Jon Prowse
General Mackenzie:Rod Stewart
Ms Emily Blunt:Prudence Vindin
Sir Lawrence Wargrave:Robert Drew
Dr Edwina Armstrong:Clare Martin
The Voice:Paul Gilbert

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