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And Then There Were None

Over Homecoming Weekend, Milligan presented And Then There Were None a play adaptation of the book by Agatha Christie. I’m pretty sure everyone who saw the play can agree that it was a wonderful performance by everyone involved. The play was directed by Richard Major and the set and lights were designed by Pamela Adolphi.

The show starred Colin Blowers, a senior, as Philip Lombard, Darcie Delong, a sophomore, as Vera Claythorne, and Jonathan Herd, a senior, as Sir Lawrence Wargrave. The rest of the cast includes Adam Derrick, Taylor Ross, Benjamin Carpenter, Andrew Higgins, Danielle Moore, Tyler Brackins, Rebecca “Tess” Evans, and Ian Burt.

If you haven’t read the book or seen the show, I don’t want to give anything away, but I will tell you that the show was full of drama and unexpected twists. For those unfamiliar with the story, ten people are brought to an island by a mysterious host and they start to die, one by one. As their number dwindles, the characters have to to figure out who the killer is – and quickly, before they are none left.

The show was very well produced and hats off to the wonderful members of the cast and crew. This is just another instances of Milligan’s wonderful theater department’s fine work.

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