PAST SPECIAL EVENTS
Tuesday, August 14 @ 12:00 pm | The Pyrle Theater
Meet the cast and designers and hear from the director at the open first rehearsal. // Facebook event
Book Club: The Body in the Library by Agatha Christie
Thursday, August 23 @ 6:00 pm
Greensboro Library Benjamin Branch // Facebook event
Tuesday, September 11 @ approx. 10:00 pm (immediately following 7:30 pm show)
A behind-the-scenes conversation with our director and designers. // Facebook event
InSight with Cindy Damm McPeters
Feminist themes in Agatha Christie.
RESCHEDULED - Sunday, September 23 @ approx. 4:30 pm (immediately following 2 pm show) // Facebook event
Wednesday, September 19 @ 7:00 pm
A pre-show conversation that offers context and ways to connect to the show's thematic elements. // Facebook event
Thursday, September 20 @ approx. 10:00 pm (immediately following 7:30 pm show)
A free-wheeling discussion with the cast following the show. // Facebook event
Friday, September 21 @ 7:00 pm
Enjoy a treat for your palate before the show. // Facebook event
Storytelling Night | Theme: Things are not what they seem
Monday, September 24 @ 7:00 pm
Storytellers and audience members join us for an evening of stories inspired by themes from our MainStage! // Facebook event
Book Club: Murder on the Orient Express by Agatha Christie
Wednesday, September 26 @ 6:00 pm
Scuppernong Books // Facebook event
“Nice set! Great sound! Wonderful job!”
If you are invited to a stranger’s house on an island under the pretense of a lavish dinner party, it is probably best not to go. (Duh!) I have never read Agatha Christie’s mystery novel “And Then There Were None,” and besides that one Family Guy episode that parodied the plot, I have never seen the play. So, I had only a faint idea of what it was about.
From the moment the lights dim and the eerie gauze curtains are pulled back, there is no question that And Then There Were None is a melodramatic masterpiece full of mystery and suspense. Triad Stage, the professional theatre company located in downtown Greensboro, recently kicked off its 18th season with Agatha Christie’s best-selling murder mystery, And Then There Were None, and you do not want to miss it.
Agatha Christie’s works are a staple of the theater — many times community and dinner theater, acknowledges Preston Lane, Triad Stage artistic director and director of “And then There Were None.” So why begin Triad Stage’s 18th season — that’s right, it’s been 18 years — with a jewel from the queen of crime?
It is hard to overstate the enduring popularity of Agatha Christie and her classic 1940 mystery novel, “And Then There Were None.” With more than 100 million copies sold, “And Then There Were None” ranks with “Lord of the Rings,” “Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone,” “The Hobbit” and “Alice in Wonderland” as the only English-language novels to achieve that sales milestone.
Artistic Director Preston Lane, Dramaturg Sarah Hankins, and Scenic Designer Robin Vest talk to Wayne Leonard of Lights Up on WHUP. Interview begins at :29.