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Clackamas Repertory Theater Kicks Off 20 Years
With Murder and Mystery

By Clackamas
Repertory Theatre

Clackamas Repertory Theater Kicks Off 20 Years
With Murder and Mystery

“And Then There Were None” opens July 28.
Clackamas Repertory Theatre is thrilled to announce the opening of its highly anticipated production of Agatha Christie’s classic, “And Then There Were None.”
The show officially opens on June 28, with a special half-price preview night on June 27. This is the first production of Clackamas Rep’s 20th anniversary season.
“And Then There Were None” is a masterful mystery that keeps audiences on the edge of their seats. Ten strangers are summoned to a remote island under mysterious circumstances. As the guests start to get acquainted, they discover the conspicuous absence of their host. Soon, they learn they have been accused of past crimes, until they begin to meet their untimely deaths. As the survivors race against time to uncover the identity of the murderer, they realize that their fates are intricately linked to their darkest secrets.
Directed by Clackamas Rep’s Artistic Director, David Smith-English, the show features a stellar cast, including Equity actor Tim Blough as Rogers, Matthew Sunderland as Narracott/Marston, Bonnie Auguston as Vera Claythorne, Tom Walton as Philip Lombard, Alan King as General Mackenzie, and Mark Schwahn as Sir Lawrence Wargrave. It also features Clackamas Rep company members Jayne Stevens as Mrs. Rogers, Cyndy Smith-English as Emily Brent, and Jayson Shanafelt as Dr. Armstrong.
The prototype for the modern murder-mystery, Christie’s play has been referred to as her “greatest technical achievement.”
“We are excited to bring this iconic whodunit to our stage,” director Smith-English says. “Our team has worked methodically to create a production that honors Christie’s original work while bringing a fresh perspective to the story. Audiences can expect a delightful evening filled with suspense, intrigue, and unexpected twists.”
The preview night on June 27 offers an excellent opportunity for theater enthusiasts to enjoy the show at a reduced price. Regular ticket prices are $40 for adults and $30 for youth, while preview night tickets are available for half price.
In addition to this gripping mystery, Clackamas Rep’s upcoming season includes the beloved musical “My Fair Lady” this August, and the heartwarming play “Every Brilliant Thing” in September. Season tickets are now on sale, offering a fantastic way to enjoy all three productions for 20 percent off of regular season ticket prices.
Tickets for “And Then There Were None” can be purchased online at clackamasrep.org or by calling the box office at 503.594.6047, Monday through Friday, from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.
For more information, please visit our website or follow us on facebook.com/clackamasrep or instagram.com/clackamasrep.
About Clackamas Repertory Theatre
Clackamas Repertory Theatre is dedicated to producing high-quality theatrical performances
that engage and inspire our community. With a commitment to artistic excellence and community involvement, we strive to bring diverse and innovative productions to our stage. Our mission is to build community through inspirational theatre, and we are proud to be recently named “Favorite Local Theatre” by BroadwayWorld.
For more information, calll Jayson Shanafelt, Marketing Director of Clackamas Repertory Theatre at
jayson@clackamasrep.org | 503.594.6047

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