Final Two Weekends: “And Then There Were None”

Only Two Weekends Remain! And Then There Were None closes October 19!  Don’t miss this critically-acclaimed Agatha Christie favorite!

Audience members shared:

“A witch-hunt that kept me guessing ‘til the end!  RIVETING!”
“Great show!  Really entertaining!”
“It was everything I wanted!”
“It kept me guessing, and I kept getting surprised.”
“The actors were exceptionally good.  What a cast!”
“The set [is] just gorgeous – with lots of unusual little touches.”
“The costumes were wonderful!”

Amy Griffin (as Dr. Armstrong) examines Roxanne Waite (as Toni Marston) while Jaclyn Robertson (as Vera Claythorne) and James McDaniel (as Judge Wargrave) look on.

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Audiences and Critics Agree: “And Then There Were None” is a Must See

“…the overall quality was fantastic. With a talented cast and imaginative crew, Providence Players does Agatha Christie justice with one of her most treasured works.” “…a well-worthy night of entertainment–it’s a great way to get into the spirit of Halloween!”
– Julia L. Exline, DC Metro Theater Arts Critic

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Allen McRae as Philip Lombard and Jaclyn Robertson as Vera Claythorne in “And Then There Were None.” Photo by Chip Gertzog.

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A Sneak Peek of “And Then There Were None,” by Agatha Christie

Join us for this who-dunnit murder mystery!

David Siegel and Connection Newspapers present a sneak peek into Providence Players’ mainstage production, And Then There Were None, by Agatha Christie.  Click on the banner below to read the full article and interview with insights from the director, Tina Thronson.

Providence Players production, And Then There Were None, opens October 4.  Get your tickets today!

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Murderer or Victim? And Then There Were None!

10 People.

A California Island Vacation.

And Then There Were None.

Considered one of the best murder mysteries ever written, And Then There Were None is based on Agatha Christie’s best-selling novel.  Ten strangers, apparently with little in common, are lured to an island mansion by a mysterious couple.  As they gather for dinner, a record begins to play, and the voice of an unseen host accuses each person of hiding a guilty secret. That evening, one of the guests is found murdered by a deadly dose of cyanide.  The tension escalates as the survivors realize the killer is not only among them but is preparing to strike again… and again… and again! 

Warning:  Three loud gun shots are heard during this production.

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Audition Announcement “The Gift of the Magi,” October 8, 9 & 15

Adapted by Jon Jory
Original Story by O. Henry
Directed by Beth Gilles-Whitehead

This heartwarming, romantic holiday favorite tells the story of Della and Jim, who are desperately in love with each other but also very poor. In their attempts to buy each other proper Christmas gifts, a strange twist of fate leads the couple to find the perfect gifts for one another — but at an unexpected cost. Though they may not have the perfect Christmas, the couple learns about the importance of the gift of love in this beautiful adaptation of the story by O. Henry.  An inspiring holiday feel-good story, suitable for the entire family!  

 

Providence Players of Fairfax is:

  • A non-profit community theater troupe. All participation is on a volunteer basis. No members of the cast or crew are compensated.
  • A membership organization. Membership is not required to audition. If cast, all actors (and in fact, all volunteers), are required to become members of Providence Players of Fairfax ($25 per individual or $60 per family – three or more) for the season (if not already a member).

Casting Announcement

Providence Players is casting 15-18 roles. No roles are precast, and all roles are open.  All backgrounds, ages, ethnicities welcome and encouraged to audition!  All welcome! Read more

What a Review! “Bobby Gould in Hell” Receives High Praise

“The four actors tackle Mamet’s tough and multilayered script with gleeful abandon. (I almost said they acted the hell out of it, but that would have been truly unforgivable.)…You may emerge not fully understanding Mamet’s views on hell, but you’ll have had both a thought-provoking and a wildly exciting ride.”   Gina Dalfonzo, DC Metro Theater Arts Critic.

(Read the full review by clicking the banner below)

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A Sneak Peek at “Bobby Gould in Hell”

Join us for this hilarious comedy!

David Siegel and DC Metro Theatre Arts present a sneak peek into Providence PopUp production, Bobby Gould in Hell.  Read the full article and interview with Providence PopUp producer, Julie Janson.

Providence Players second PopUp production, Bobby Gould in Hell, opens September 5.  Only six (6) performances.  Seating is limited (50 seats per performance) so, get your tickets today! Read more