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Agatha Christie mystery asks whodunit and why?

- Compiled by Susan Pierce.

awkward wife Gerda (Lindsey Wills), who everyone thinks of as dimwitted. A new neighbor turns out to be a glamorous movie star, Veronica (Johanna Fredrickso­n), who has a history with John.

It is charming Inspector Colquhoun (Dana Rogers) and his down-to-earth assistant, Sergeant Penny (Christian Smith), who must try to follow Christie’s well-crafted twists and turns to unmask the killer. Officious butler Gudgeon (Patrick Sweetman) and housemaid Doris (Haylee Meyer) round out the cast of suspects.

Bob Willie is the guest director.

Live captioning for people with hearing loss will be available Thursday, March 19.

For tickets, call the CTC box office at 423-267-8534 or purchase online at https://TheatreCen­tre.com.

 ?? BRAD CANSLER PHOTO ?? John Cristow, played by Jason Russell, is a cad, but he has three women vying for his affection — and they are all assembled in the same English country home. They are, from left, his wife Gerda, played by Lindsey Wills; former flame Veronica, portrayed by Johanna Fredrickso­n; and his mistress, Henrietta, played by Annie Collins.
BRAD CANSLER PHOTO John Cristow, played by Jason Russell, is a cad, but he has three women vying for his affection — and they are all assembled in the same English country home. They are, from left, his wife Gerda, played by Lindsey Wills; former flame Veronica, portrayed by Johanna Fredrickso­n; and his mistress, Henrietta, played by Annie Collins.

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