And Then There Were None

And Then There Were None
–Theatre PG
Ten guilty strangers, trapped on an island…

Lured into the island home of mysterious hosts, ten strangers gather for one last summer holiday. Shortly after their arrival, a recorded message accuses each of them of murder and then one drops dead–poisoned. One down and nine to go! The excitement never lets up. Based on Agatha Christie’s superlative mystery novel, this show will keep you guessing who the killer is, and who will be the next to fall.

By Agatha Christie.
Steven Walker

Directed by guest artist Steven Walker

Steven Walker has been a part of the La Crosse community since 2010. He has been involved in over 30 productions in the area including The Dining Room (LCT), The Pillowman (Pump House) and Guys and Dolls (Appleseed). Walker also directed the original work, The Season (Blue Lobstar), written by local playwright, C.R. Wolff. He was a founding member of two different improv groups (Sum Assembly Reekwired, The Webernauts) and is the director/founder of the sketch comedy group, Live! From La Crosse. Walker lives in La Crosse with his wife, Michelle, an actress and musician in the community.

Phil Addis
Vera Claythorne
Megan Thingvold
William Blore
Matthew Springer
Sir Lawrence Wargrave
Steven Larson
Mrs. Rogers
Bonnie Bratina
Philip Lombard
Dustin Luecke
General MacKenzie
Tom Desjarlais
Dr. Armstrong
Josh Kraft
Fred Narracott
Justin Grays
Anthony Marston
Kaleb Morgan
Emily Brent
Sara L. Adams
Steven Walker
Set Designer
Kit Mayer
Costume Designer
Tatyana Arndt
Lighting Designer
Dillon McArdle
Props Master
Sara L. Adams
Sound Designer
Dillon McArdle
Technical Director
Dillon McArdle
Stage Manager
Katya Carter
Assistant Technical Director
Tim Harris
Light Board Operator
Emily Ware
Sound Engineer
Olivia Golding
Set Construction
Gary Mundinger
Jim Nelson
Scenic Painter
Sharon Markee
Run Crew
Grace V. Riness
Dawn Havican
Costume Construction
Irina Christel
Lyche Theatre

Opened in 2013, the Lyche Theatre offers ample leg room and clear views of the stage from any of its 450 seats. Entrances and exits are centrally located and fully accessible for all.