By Agatha Christie
Directed by Barry NielsenSeason: 1st Sept - 15th Oct 2011
Friday and Saturday nights at 8pm
Sunday matinée at 4.30pm
The play runs for 2hrs 5mins, with a 15min interval
Opening Night Saturday 3rd September 2011
We advise that due to unprecedented demand The Mousetrap season is now virtually sold out. Single seats may remain for some performances and returns may occasionally be returned to sale.
An atmospheric, colourful night in the theatre - David Kary, Sydney Arts Guide
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On a cold winter's night no one was stirring, not even a mouse. No one that is, but a murderer in the house.
The most famous 'whodunit' in the world finally comes to downtown Sydney. In a new worldwide release, the longest running play in the world, Agatha Christie's Mousetrap opens September 3rd at the Genesian Theatre, the established home of mystery and murder.
Trapped in a blizzard, phone lines down, roads blocked, the unlucky occupants of a suitably isolated guesthouse are unsure of their fate but sure of one thing, someone has murder on their mind.
What dark secrets do they share?
What has brought them together in this place?
Who will survive?
Someone will die.
Make sure you don't ever tell whodunit.
|Assistant Director:||Laura Genders|
|Set Design:||Owen Gimblett|
|Costume Design:||Nicola Griggs|
|Lighting Design:||Timothy M Carter|
|Sound Design:||Michael Schell|
|Production Manager:||Roger Gimblett|
|Stage Manager:||Janina Olmos-New|
|Sound & Lighting Operation:||Wendy Greenfield|
|Molly Ralston:||Elizabeth Gibney|
|Giles Ralston:||Michael Dowling|
|Christopher Wren:||Alexander Frank|
|Mrs Boyle:||Shane Bates|
|Major Metcalf:||Noel Camilleri|
|Leslie Casewell:||Dani Gross|
|Mr Paravicini:||Cheyne Fynn|
|Sgt Trotter:||Sebastian Wang|
By special arrangement with Dominie Pty Ltd