St. Edmund’s Presents Their Best Mystery
St. Edmund Prep’s Dramatic Productions recently presented Agatha Christie’s mystery play, “And Then There Were None.” The play tells the story of ten strangers invited to a party who end up trapped on a remote island with a dangerous serial killer in their midst. The exciting and engaging performances of the young actors kept the audience members on the edge of their seats, wondering the identity of the killer right up to the exciting conclusion. Peggy McEvoy directed the production, with the indispensible help of student director Ashley Hall.
Julie Orkis and Michael Johnson, both seniors, played the romantic leads. The other party guests, including the killer, were portrayed by Matthew Treppeidi, Anthony Feliciano, Jenna Kahn, Kaylynn Murchison, Frank Commisso, James Lubrano, Michael Chiusano, Eileen Makak and Carine Alexis. The backstage crew was led by Shannon Sullivan, Ashley Ralston, Stephanie Fox and Patrick Hammill.