Pima Community College’s Theatre Arts Department proudly presents “The Mousetrap” – a murder-mystery by Agatha Christie.
SYNOPSIS: Eight strangers are trapped together at a manor house in a snowstorm. One of them turns up dead. Who among them is the murderer and who will be the next victim? Christie’s clever and thoroughly entertaining story is a classic who-dunnit with an ingenious plot that engages the audience from start to satisfying finish. The Mousetrap had its world premiere at the Theatre Royal, Nottingham in 1952 and is currently the longest running play in the world.
“Who doesn’t like a good old-fashioned murder-mystery?” asks director Mickey Nugent. “In a world of high-tech special effects, what is brilliant about THE MOUSETRAP is simply Christie’s astute and imaginative writing ability—impeccably crisp with all the British properness and sensibilities, yet extraordinarily entertaining.” A lavish set overshadows the small space with enough doors to keep you guessing who is coming and who is going. Currently celebrating its 60th year in London, The Mousetrap still keeps the audience gripping the edge of their seats.
- LOCATION: PCC West Campus, Black Box Theatre, 2202 West Anklam Rd., Tucson
- DATE: April 17-27, 2014
- TIME: Thu.-Sat. at 7:30 p.m., Sun. at 2 p.m.
- COST: $15/ticket [with discounts for students, seniors, PCC employees, and groups] — Buy Tickets
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