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The play And Then There Were None is a stage adaptation of the mystery novel of the same title, written by Agatha Christie. The author describes the novel as the most difficult book that she wrote and rightly so: the book is widely known as a masterpiece. The book was published in 1939 whereas the stage adaptation was produced in 1943. Similar to the book, the play was originally titled as Ten Little Niggers. . The stage production also conducted performances under the title Ten Little Indians. Watch the characters from the novel come to life at the historic Walnut Street Theatre, the oldest theatre in the United States. And Then There Were None tickets are now open for sale. Get yours today before they all sell out.
The book was critically acclaimed on its release. This was expected as Christie had put in a tremendous amount of thought and planning into it, as stated in her autobiography. Soon after the publication, the writer was requested by Reginald Simpson to dramatize the book. However Christie decided she wanted to adapt it for the stage herself. It took her intermittently about two years to write the script. She also had to alter the ending to make it more suitable for the stage.
The play's try-out was performed at the Wimbledon Theatre in September 1943. Two months later, the play opened at the West End and premiered at the St James's Theatre. The performances gathered good reviews and the play ran for two hundred and sixty performances before it moved to the Cambridge Theatre.
Christie declared the play to be her best piece of “craftsmanship.” Despite working on other stage plays, she considered And Then There Were None to be the play, which formally marked the beginning of her career as a playwright. It wasn't a surprise when the play made it to Broadway.
And Then There Were None premiered on Broadway under the title “Ten Little Indians” in 1944 at the Broadhurst Theatre. The performances ran for six months at the theatre. The following year it moved to Plymouth Theatre where it ran for another six months. In totality, the play conducted four hundred and twenty-six shows on Broadway.
The stage production will soon be playing at the historic Walnut Street Theatre. Get And Then There Were None tickets for the show to find out who the murderer in this thrilling mystery really is. The exciting thriller grips the audience till the end of the show where the truth unfolds. Do visit the venue to enjoy Agatha Christie's masterpiece, live on stage.