Date(s) - 10/16/2021
8:00 pm - 9:45 pm
Chicago Street Theatre
Agatha Christie’s Murder on the Orient Express adapted for the stage by Ken Ludwig
Directed by Dona Henry – Cold readings from the script
Production Dates – October 1-17. 2021 Please bring list of all schedule conflicts!
Hercule Poirot – probably the most famous fictional detective in the world. Belgian, ex-policeman, now private detective.
Colonel Arbuthnot – Scotsman, mid-30’s, handsome, and very matter-of-fact, will double as Samuel Ratchett, middle-aged American businessman, brusque, unforgiving, threatening demeanor and a whiplash of a voice.
Mary Debenham – English beauty in her late 20’s.
Mrs. Hubbard – Outspoken American, 50’s, well-dressed with a touch of flamboyance.
Hector McQueen – Nervous young American in his 30’s with strained, rather beleaguered face.
Monsieur Bouc – Another Belgian, young middle-aged man of good humor. Runs Wagon-Lit, the train company.
Princess Dragomiroff – Russian, in her 70’s, expensively dressed, heavily bejeweled.
Greta Ohlsson – Swedish, 30’s, plain, frightened sheep-like quality about her.
Michel – Conductor, good looking Frenchman, 40’s – will double as head waiter
Countess Andrenyi – Hungarian (or is she?), 20’s, beautiful, dressed to the nines in furs and diamonds.
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