Dialect Coach - And Then There Were None @ Kansas City Actors Theatre
Ten suspicious and malicious souls are alone on an island when murder ensues in Agatha Christie’s And Then There Were None. Considered by many to be Christie’s masterpiece, she described it as her most difficult mystery to write. It’s the ultimate stylish, witty, and nerve-wracking whodunit with a built-in puzzle that keeps you guessing. If you love a good mystery, you’ll love And Then There Were None.
Director: John Rensenhouse,Dialect Coach: Joseph Carr