Agatha Christie's Ten Little Indians at the Coronado Playhouse
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The game is afoot once again for master detective Sherlock Holmes and his trusty sidekick Dr. Watson, with the added perk of steampunk-style design on display in the innovative sets and costumes. As for the story itself, the intrepid investigating duo are drawn into a case of blackmail, with a fetching opera singer at its center. And after many a diabolical twist and even a romantic turn, it all leads to a long-awaited final showdown with Holmes' arch-nemesis Professor Moriarty. Adapted by Steven Dietz in 2006, this entertaining adventure pulls from an 1899 play by William Gillette and Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, and won an Edgar Award from the Mystery Writers of America. The Coronado Playhouse production plays on the steampunk aesthetic, which references Victorian England and its antiquated mechanics in new art and design. Learn More
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?