July 29-August 15
The Professional Company Presents
Murder on the Orient Express
Adapted by Ken Ludwig
Dame Agatha Christie was a prolific purveyor of whodunit fiction in a writing career that began in earnest during World War I and continued through the decades that followed. She wrote as easily for male characters as female, and put many a murderer through their paces on the pages of more than 66 mystery novels. Here her Hercule Poirot investigates his fellow travelers on route to London on the iconic Orient Express, a trip she herself first made in 1928. For her persistent detective and assembled characters, this is a trip of a lifetime….or deathtime for one unlucky passenger.
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