"Murder on the Nile" Offers Suspense, Intrigue

With performance dates only a month away, rehearsals are in full swing for the GSB Players' production of Agatha Christie's "Murder on the Nile."
 
Join the GSB Players for an evening of wit, intrigue and suspense on Thursday, 11/5; Friday, 11/6 or Saturday, 11/7. All performances begin at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are available now ($20/adult and $15/student) for all shows.
 
Penned by the grande dame of the murder mystery genre, "Murder on the Nile" finds a disparate group of British holiday travelers voyaging up the Nile aboard the paddle steamer Lotus. Owing to a sinister murder plot, not all of the passengers will survive the voyage. By the time the boat reaches its destination, detective Canon Pennefather has laid bare an audacious conspiracy and has made sure the criminals shall not go free.
 
Performers in order of appearance are Jack Herrlin '18 as Bead Seller #1, Lynnsey Kwaak '18 as Bead Seller #2, Casey Rojek '18 as the Steward, Kelly Schiesswohl '17 as Miss Ffoliot-ffoulkes, Caty Matthews '16 as Christina Grant, William Conlan '16 as Smith, Jessica Abowitz '18 as Louise, Neil Ianniello '16 as Dr. Bessner, Ludi Zhu '16 as Kay Mostyn, Lachlan Wright '17 as Simon Mostyn, Mycroft Zimmerman '16 as Canon Pennefather, Brooke Stephenson '18 as Jaqueline De Severac and Jonathan Moore '18 as McNaught. Kaitlyn Sleyster '17 is the stage manager.
 
"Murder on the Nile" is presented by special arrangement with SAMUEL FRENCH, INC.
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