JSU Drama Presents 'The Mousetrap' November 13-16
JSU Drama is proud to present The Mousetrap. The performances will be at the Ernest Stone Performing Arts Center on November 13, 14, 15 at 7 p.m. and November 16 at 2 p.m. Tickets prices are $12 for adults and $8 for students, JSU personnel, senior citizens and members of the military.
When the longest-running play in history comes to JSU, murder takes center stage. Agatha Christie’s masterpiece The Mousetrap first opened in London in 1952 and has been frightening audiences ever since. Newlyweds Mollie and Giles Ralston open an English country guesthouse the same day a grisly murder takes place in nearby London. Travelers arrive as the snow begins to fall, eventually cutting them off from the outside world. Tension turns to suspicion when a police inspector arrives with the news that they may all be in danger. When his prediction comes true, the race is on to find the murderer before they strike again. The Mousetrap will keep you guessing until the very end.
JSU Drama is proud to announce that this production is directed and designed by students under the mentorship of the faculty. Director Tanner Cain, Scenic Director Jessica Reaves, and Costume Designer Jacob Early have collaborated with Lighting Designer Robert Graham and Sound Designer Randal Blades to create just the right mysterious atmosphere. The talented student cast is ready to take their audiences on a thrilling trip back in time to the mid-century English countryside, where no one is who they seem.