When a group of strangers are trapped together in a manor house during a snowstorm, they soon discover that one of them is a murderer!
Is it the newlyweds, the spinster, the architect, the retired army major, or maybe the odd man who claims his car overturned in a snow drift? We’ll never tell … but you can find out when Middlesborough Little Theatre presents Agatha Christie’s most popular creation “The Mousetrap”.
The cast includes longtime MLT actors Vonda Mullins and Jordan Shackelford as Molly Ralston and Christopher Wren, respectively. James Clifton-Spires returns as the mysterious Mr. Paravicini. Sharing the stage once more is his son Jonathan, who plays Giles Ralston. Katie Owens portrays the elusive Miss Casewell and Jennifer Nagle, the stodgy Mrs. Boyle. Newcomer and Southeast student Howard Meers rounds out the cast as Sergeant Trotter.
Performances will be held at Middlesboro Central Auditorium Friday and Saturday, June 15, 16, 22 and 23 at 7:30 p.m., with Sunday matinees on June 17 and 24 at 2:30 p.m.
Admission is $10, $6 for students and seniors.