This weekend all attention will be on one of the biggest murder mysteries of all time.  “And then There Were None” will be presented by The Carnegie Players March 4 and 5.  Based on the Agatha Christie mystery novel, 11 guests end up on an island and one by one they are murdered.  The end of the play leaves the audience trying to figure out who the murderer was.  Can you figure it out?


But there is more.  For the first time ever at a Carnegie Show, there will be a chocolate fountain along with fruit and sweets during intermission.  Your ticket not only gets you into the play but to the special dessert treat.


So come to the Presbyterian Church this Friday night, 220 N. Cullen St in Rensselaer.  The play begins at 7 pm.  If you can keep the secret  as to who the culprit is, you are welcomed to come back and see the play again on Saturday, same place, same time, same price (but you will have to buy a second ticket). You can get tickets in advance for $9 each or at the door the day of the show for $10. See any cast member, stop by Jordan’s or Long’s Gifts.


See you on the Island.  Watch out behind you!