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Adapted for the stage by KEN LUDWIG
From the novel by AGATHA CHRISTIE
From the mistress of the murder mystery, Agatha Christie, comes a new adaptation by multi-award winning playwright Ken Ludwig (Noises Off, Lend Me A Tenor). It’s 1934. Snow is falling. And the Orient Express is filled to capacity. What starts as a luxurious journey through Europe becomes the scene of a murder in the blink of an eye. Just after midnight, the famous train is stopped in its tracks by a snowdrift. When the isolated passengers discover a man stabbed to death in his room, they quickly become suspects as the one and only detective Hercule Poirot strives to identify the killer before the murderer strikes again. This clever and quick-witted adaptation will keep you asking, “Whodunit?”
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