Mysterious comedy to be presented in Russellville Friday and Saturday

Posted on November 14, 2016 10:56 AM

The Russellville Arts Council presents And Then There Was One by Michael Druce on Thursday, Nov. 17 and Friday, Nov. 18 at 7 p.m. at Russellville High School.

This production is a family-friendly, one-act comedy with dessert, with cast interaction during the dessert intermission.

Come visit the living room of the Reef Mansion, located on a tiny, isolated island. Ten people are brought together by a mysterious invitation, but no one knows the host, who is nowhere to be found. It sounds eerily similar to a famous stage mystery by Agatha Christie called And Then There Was None. Will you guess who will leave the island when the weekend is over?

Directed by Elaine Fleming, and produced by special arrangement with Pioneer Drama Service, the cast is Zach Baker, Eddie Brown, Janie Brown, Noah Brown, Sarah Brown, Cole Davis, April Kutzman, Tara Sweeney, Donna Wilkerson, and Amanda Wilson.  

Don’t miss this all-ages cast perform this comedy filled with sight gags and hilarious dialogue! Reserve your $10 tickets at the Logan County Chamber of Commerce in person or call 270-726-2206, or contact any cast member and pay at the door.

The Russellville Arts Council hosts many public events throughout the year including music and drama performances, talent exhibitions, art displays and competitions, and a summer youth drama camp.

The cast photo is by Elaine Fleming, director. Shown, from left, back row, Amanda Wilson, Eddie Brown, Noah Brown, Tara Sweeney, April Kutzman, Donna Wilkerson and Cole Davis; front row, Janie Brown, Zach Baker and Sarah Brown.


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