Agatha Christie's Ten Little Indians at the Coronado Playhouse
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The weather was sunny 75.. I wore jeans with a cardigan and sandals; children and adults alike were dressed in costumes; inside was appropriately cooled; there's a little snack bar at the back corner of the "theater"; kids got to sit on the floor by the stage.Sleeping Beauty or The Famous Rose Taboo dress • Jun 16 2014 star this tip starred
The mistress of mystery, Agatha Christie, weaves her story around a children’s nursery rhyme: “One little, two little, three little Indians…”
The “Ten Little Indians” are also statuettes on the mantel of a country house on an island off the coast of Devon. The nursery rhyme embossed over them tells how each little Indian met his death — until there were none.
Eight guests have been invited to this mysterious locale by a mysterious host and are greeted by two servants. They have never met each other or their host. A strange “voice” accuses everyone present of murder, while the host has sent word he will not join the group until the next day.
With that, one of the Indians topples off of the mantelpiece and one of the guests dies! One down and nine to go — or are there?