Triad Stage presents: ‘And Then There Were None’ Sept. 9 – Oct. 7, 2018
(Greensboro, NC) — Triad Stage is opening its season by bringing to stage the all-time best-selling mystery. Ten strangers trapped on a dangerous island each have a secret. One by one, they begin to die. Match wits against the master of suspense to catch the killer before there are none. And Then There Were None runs Sept. 9 – Oct. 7, 2018.
Opening Night is Fri., Sept. 14.
“I love a mystery, says Founding Artistic Director Preston Lane, the director of And Then There Were None. “The thrill of the unknown puts an audience on the edge of their seats. The real world slips away as the puzzle takes over and soon we’ve even forgotten we’re in a theater. The terrifying chills of a great whodunit send shivers up our spine and makes us wonder who’s sitting beside us.”
About the production
The creative team includes: director Preston Lane, scenic designer Robin Vest, costume designer Bill Brewer, lighting designer Oliver Wason, and sound designer G. Clausen. The dramaturg is Sarah Hankins, Denise Gabriel is the movement coach, Christine Morris is the vocal coach, Dale Girard is the fight choreographer, Cindi Rush is the casting director, and the stage manager is Tara Kelly.
The cast includes some familiar faces at Triad Stage: Phil McGlaston (Crumbs from the Table of Joy), Christine Morris (Actions and Objectives, Other Desert Cities), Beth Ritson (A Christmas Carol, Radiunt Abundunt), Lee Spencer (A Christmas Carol, Arms and the Man), and Mari Vial-Golden (Wit, Common Enemy). Marking their Triad Stage debuts are Tim Artz, Art McFarland, UNCSA alumnus Renaldy Smith, and UNCG students Zach Koch and Caleb Swindell.
IN THE PHOTO – Renaldy Smith, Caleb Swindell, Jeffery West, Mari Vial-Golden and Beth Ritson. Photo by VanderVeen Photographers.
More information on the production can be found online at triadstage.org/performance/274/and-then-there-were-none.
Performance and special event information
All performances are at Triad Stage at The Pyrle Theater, located at 232 South Elm Street in downtown Greensboro, North Carolina (between Market and Washington Streets).
Show times for And Then There Were None are 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and select Sunday evenings and 8:00 p.m. on Friday and Saturday evenings. Select Saturday and Sunday matinees are at 2:00 p.m. There are no matinee performances during previews.
Opening Night is Friday, September 14 at 8:00 p.m. Pay-What-You-Can performances are Tuesday, September 18, and Wednesday, September 19, at 7:30 p.m. Wine Tasting Friday is Friday, September 21, prior to the evening’s 8:00 p.m. performance.
Technically Talking, a behind-the-scenes discussion with members of the design team is Tuesday, September 11, immediately following the 7:30 p.m. preview performance.
The InSight Series with a noted expert who will be discussing the world of the play will be held on Sunday, September 16, immediately following the 2:00 p.m. matinee performance. The InSight speaker is UNCG professor Cindy Damm McPeters, who will speak about feminism in Agatha Christie’s work.
PostScript, a lively, open discussion with the cast, will be held on Thursday, September 20, immediately following the 7:30 p.m. performance.
About Triad Stage
Triad Stage is a professional not-for-profit regional theater company based in downtown Greensboro and downtown Winston-Salem. All Triad Stage productions are created in the Piedmont Triad of North Carolina using the best of local and national talent. Triad Stage gratefully acknowledges the support of its Season Sponsors: Blue Zoom, the North Carolina Arts Council, ArtsGreensboro and The Arts Council of Winston-Salem and Forsyth County.
Season passes and single tickets are currently on sale for the 18th Season. For more information about the season, please visit www.triadstage.org. The next production will be A Midsummer Night’s Dream (October 28 – November 18, 2018) at The Pyrle Theater in downtown Greensboro.
All Triad Stage productions feature the bold acting and breathtaking design that have been nationally recognized by The Wall Street Journal and by the American Theatre Wing, founder of the Tony Awards®, which named Triad Stage one of the top ten most promising theatres in the country as a recipient of the 2010 National Theatre Company Grant. Triad Stage has also earned accolades including “Best North Carolina Production of 2010” for The Glass Menagerie by Triangle Arts & Entertainment magazine; “One of the Best Regional Theatres in America”, New York’s Drama League; “Best Live Theater” (thirteen years running), Go Triad/News & Record; and “Professional Theater of the Year” (2003, 2011), North Carolina Theatre Conference.
To purchase tickets or for performance information on And Then There Were None, call the Triad Stage Box Office at 336.272.0160 or visit www.triadstage.org.