Intrigue and Murder in Christie’s Mousetrap—Sept. 11
Everyone is a suspect. Everyone has secrets. Everyone is a little bit scared.
Trinity Alumni Theatre presents Agatha Christie’s The Mousetrap August 26-28 and September 11 at 7:30 p.m. in the Marg Kallemeyn Theatre in the Art and Communication Center.
The Mousetrap is a suspenseful narrative of fear, risk, and revelation. Eight strangers are confined to a snowed-in guest house; one of them is a murderer. Over the course of the weekend, each is confronted with his or her past in an effort to identify the killer. The lines between truth and fabrication are blurred.
Tickets are $15 for adults and $10 for students and seniors. Tickets can be purchased at http://trinityalumnitheatre2010.eventbrite.com or at the door. All seats are general admission.
This is the second annual alumni theatre production. Last year, alumni actors pleased audiences with their performance of The Curious Savage by John Patrick.
Doug Van Wyngarden ’08, TROTTER
Jan Kosmal ’78, CASEWELL
Jacob Szafranski ’09, CHRISTOPHER
Rick Schuler ’08, PARAVICINI
Kate Messier ’09, MOLLY
June Entwisle Miller, MRS. BOYLE
Nick Koster ’03, GILES
Tom Holste ’97, METCALF
Daniel Thayer ’12, Production Supervisor
Lori Van Beveren ’10, Production Supervisor
Kate Olsen, Director
Lori Evenhouse ’05, Stage Manager
Director Kate Olsen hails from Prague, Czech Republic. Olsen has been actively involved in the Chicago theatre scene working alongside the House Theater of Chicago, TUTA Theater, Emerald City Theater, and the Chopin Theatre. She has trained with the likes of SITI, the Actor’s Gymnasium, 500 Clown, and Poala Coletto.