[Yousof Sultani (from left) and Zachary Keller appear in the whodunit.]
The cast members, multiple Jeff Award winners among them, are Cher Alvarez (Vera Clayton), Matt DeCaro (Justice Wargrave), Jennifer Engstrom (Mrs. Rogers), Marilyn Dodds Frank (Emily Brent), Casey Hoekstra (Fred Narracott), Paul-Jordan Jansen (William Blore), Zachary Keller (Anthony Marston), David Kortemeier (Doctor Armstrong ), Yousof Sultani (Philip Lombard), Paul Tavianini (Thomas Rogers) and Bruce Young (General Mackenzie).
Mystery buffs are invited to attend a Mystery High Tea before the Aug. 24 matinee, which will feature Fisch providing an inside look at the classic murder mystery. Themed food and beverages will be served at 1 p.m. before the 3 p.m. curtain.
"And Then There Were None," rated PG-13, will run through Sept. 1. After the summer play, Drury Lane Theatre will revert to musicals, starting with the revival of "The Color Purple" from Sept. 13 to Nov. 3; followed by "Mary Poppins" from Nov. 15 to Jan. 19, and Gershwin's "An American in Paris" from Jan. 31 to March 29, the latter a regional theater premiere. Pre-theater dining is offered, and shows are presented Wednesday through Sunday.