by Krystal Paco
Guam - Described as a thought provoking murder mystery, the St. John's School Drama Department is putting on the Agatha Christie play "And Then There Were None" this week.
Although it's a high school play, it will feature vintage costumes and a full on professional production. Director and producer Karen Flores explains a little about the play set in the 1920's, saying, "The mystery takes place in a deserted island that was originally set up for somebody, for two lovers and the lovers fought and they quarreled and the house was inhabited so the 10 people are invited to the island and when they get there they find a little surprise."
A show will be put on for local middle and high schools starting tomorrow with regular shows set for Friday and Saturday at 730pm at the school's gymnasium. Tickets are $10 and $5 for children under the age of ten. Some of the proceeds will also be going to several local charities.