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As an actor it is always a pleasure to indulge in the delectable delights of playing in a delicious whodunit mystery and Agatha Christie is the ultimate in decadence.
Unfortunately for the audience, it’s not always a pleasure to watch American actors hack away at dialogue and muddle through stuffy characters with imprecise British accents.
Nevertheless, the retro-sixties stylings of the newest production of And Then There Were None by Agatha Christie at the Group Rep in NoHo is an acceptable revival. With such a fiendish plot how can you miss?
The story is about eight guests who have never met and are lured by a cryptic invitation to a deserted island, where they are marooned along with the two creepy house servants (Kathleen Taylor and Michael Robb). Ten little soldiers sit on the mantelpiece with a nursery rhyme of how each of the ten soldiers die “until there were none.”
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