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“And Then There were None” on stage at Fauquier Community Theater

Fauquier Community Theater is presenting Agatha Christie’s “And Then There Were None” on the FCT stage at Vint Hill on three weekends during March. Catch the show at 8 p.m. on Friday or Saturday or Sunday afternoons at 2 p.m. March 2-4, 9-11 and 16-18.

Producer Evelyn Rice explains the plot, “In this classic Agatha Christie whodunit, eight guests who have never met each other are lured by a cryptic invitation to a deserted island and marooned, along with the two house servants. An odd cluster of statuettes - ten little soldiers - sits on the mantelpiece. A nursery rhyme embossed above them tells how each of the ten soldiers meets his death, ‘until there were none.’”

Rice continued, “As the group assembles for cocktails before dinner, a mysterious voice accuses each of having gotten away with murder - and then the group starts finding one of its own murdered one by one. Can the group discover the shocking identity of the murderer before there are no suspects remaining?”

The cast includes Sam Reau, Carolyn Cameron, Marc White, Kristen Burt, Brandon Dawson, Andrew Buning, Gary Parsons, Ken Clayton, Lori Muhlstein, Leland Shook and Evan Jones. It is directed by Scott D. Olson, and stage managed by Ricardo Padilla.

On March 11, there is an opportunity to see the show and eat dinner afterwards at The Inn At Vint Hill. The show is being sponsored by Discovery Publications. Tickets are available online at

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