Last Weekend !
Agatha Christie’s classic whodunit, Murder on the Nile, continues this weekend with performances Friday & Saturday nights and Sunday afternoon.
After Simon leaves his fiancée Jacqueline to marry heiress Kay Ridgeway, Jacqueline plots revenge and follows the couple on their honeymoon down the Nile. When Kay ends up dead, murder is the only answer, and Jacqueline is the only suspect…or so it seems. For also aboard are a motley group of passengers who are all revealed to have mysterious connections to Kay and her fortune. Once again the Queen of Mystery has developed an ingenious plot that will keep you guessing until the very end!
Clear Creek Community Theatre has produced an Agatha Christie play every January for the past seven years. Director Aprille Meek notes “I really like the challenge of presenting a show that people might have seen before but can’t quite remember the ending, the “who-dun-it” reveal. And so, if we can fool them into not being sure who the murderer is at some point during the play, we’ve succeeded in making it a new mystery experience for them. For audience members who haven’t seen the show it’s an opportunity to create a brain teaser up to the final reveal.”
Tickets are now on sale and can be purchased online. Reservations may also be made by calling the box office at 281-335-5228. Our Agatha Christie productions are always a hot ticket - to make sure you get your first choice of tickets, make your reservation today!
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Our Golden Anniversary Season is now in full swing. Please click on the 2014-2015 season tab above for details including audition and performance dates. Be a part of our historic 50th year. Become a CCCT member and buy your Season Pass now!
CCCT has been named the Bay Area’s “Best Community Theater” by readers of the Bay Area Citizen for a fifth year in a row! Many thanks to our patrons and readers of the Bay Area Citizen for your continued support. See the February 27, 2014 edition for details.