If you are in the mood for a mild-mannered mystery with excellent performances, this production of And Then There Were None will be right up your alley. If, however, you are looking for an edge-of-your-seat nail biter, you would be better advised to book passage to another destination.
Tom Chaits – Stage and Cinema
However improbable the ending, it works, and the audience can breathe a sigh of relief and appreciate the enduring pleasure of Christie’s most famous work.
Melinda Schupmann – ArtsInLA
On a final note, this is a three-act play with two 10-minute intermissions. Although it may seem like a long play, I would definitely say it’s worth it … just make sure to grab a bite to eat beforehand.
Janice Estrada – LifeInLA
Hollywood’s Actors Co-op now revives this Christie gem in a production that makes for as entertaining and suspenseful a mystery thriller as any Christie fan or neophyte could possibly ask for, thanks to incisive direction by Linda Kerns and topnotch performances by an all-around terrific cast.
Steven Stanley – StageSceneLA
If this is the mood you’re in, director Linda Kerns’ fast-paced, sometimes ghoulish production of Agatha Christie’s locked-room warhorse is a delightful panoply of murders, misdirection and folks dressing for dinner.
Paul Birchall – LA Weekly
AND THEN THERE WERE NONE
1760 N. Gower St., Hollywood
Through November 18, 2012
Fridays and Saturdays at 8:00. Sundays at 2:30. Saturday matinee on November 17 at 2:30
Tickets: (323) 462-8460 x 300
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