Kellogg Community College’s student organization Encore Theatre Club is putting on a production of Agatha Christie’s “And Then There Were None” April 28-30.

These performances will take place at 7 p.m. Friday, April 28, and Saturday, April 29, and at 3 p.m. Sunday, April 30, in the Davidson Visual and Performing Arts Center Auditorium on KCC’s North Avenue campus in Battle Creek.

Tickets are only $10 cash or card and must be purchased at the door. Ticket sales will begin 45 minutes prior to each performance, with the house opening 30 minutes before the show.

Agatha Christie’s “And Then There Were None” is one of the most iconic murder mystery novels of all time. When 10 strangers are invited to an island and quickly realize that they cannot leave, tension builds as accusations are made, secrets are revealed and the guests realize that maybe no one is as innocent as they seem.

With a house full of paranoid people and an ominous nursery rhyme hung on the wall, “And Then There Were None” submerges audiences directly into the mystery and makes them wonder: Will the mystery be solved or will these 10 strangers face a much darker fate?

Featuring complex characters, an intricate storyline and a phenomenal cast, Encore’s production of this twisted mystery is sure to be an exceptional way to spend an evening.

Additionally, coming to see this production directly supports Encore Theatre Club. As a fully student-run club operating through KCC, Encore is only able to put on such large-scale productions because of the tremendous support of the community.

Encore would also like to thank the Al Brown Memorial Fund at the KCC Foundation for providing support for this production and for many of Encore’s previous endeavors.

Ramon Martinez-Garcia, vice president of Encore and producer of “And Then There Were None,” noted his excitement about seeing the entire production come together.

“I am most excited about just seeing it happen,” Martinez-Garcia said. “We have all been working extremely hard. Everyone has been putting in time and effort and I’m just excited to see how it turns out.”

Agatha Christie’s “And Then There Were None” is a murder mystery which contains dark themes and may not be suitable for children.

Email with any questions about the show.