by Agatha Christie
Directed by Mario Cabrera
Saturday, August 6, 1 pm – 4 pm
Sunday, August 7, 6 pm – 8 pm
A timeless tale of “whodunit,” Agatha Christie’s The Mousetrap strands seven strangers at Monkswell Manor during a blizzard. But a police sergeant unexpectedly arrives, worried that a murderer-at-large is among the guests of the Manor. Before he can investigate, one of the guests is killed, starting an investigation into the lives and histories of everyone there. One of them is the killer, and another one of them may be next. Will the police be able to solve the case before another “mouse” falls?
Giles Ralston: (25-30) Giles is arrogant, attractive, and in his twenties. He has been married for one year to Mollie. The audience knows little about Giles and it is revealed that Mollie also knows little about Giles.
Mollie Ralston: (25-30) Mollie is a pretty young woman in her 20s. She has been married for one year to Giles. Mollie was a teacher a few years earlier.
Detective Sergeant Trotter: (early 20’s) A twenty-three-year-old with a London accent. Although he pretends to be a police officer sent to Monkswell Manor to protect the guests, he is actually the insane George Corrigan, who has vowed to avenge his brother’s death.
Christopher Wren: (early 20’s) An unkempt and nervous young man. Orphaned at an early age and an army deserter, and he is trying to forget an unhappy childhood. Moreover, he confesses to lying about his name and his supposed occupation of architect. His behavior throughout the play is highly suspect.
All Roles require a British Accent
Please bring proof of Covid Vaccine
Audition will be readings from the script
Rehearsals begin September 5, 2022
Show dates: October 14 – November 6, 2022
For more information contact Production Coordinator
Georgia Athearn at firstname.lastname@example.org