‘And Then There Were None’ @ MeX Theater

Jan. 10-12

MeX Theater, Kentucky Center
501 W. Main St. • 584-7777
$18 ($12 students/seniors); 8 p.m. (plus 2 p.m. Sunday)

An anonymous invitation, a mysterious island, a sudden death that shatters the bucolic idyll — these are the first clues in Agatha Christie’s classic whodunit “And Then There Were None.” Ten strangers find themselves thrown together in a deadly game of Mafia, racing against the clock to find the murderer before they become the next victims. This thriller of a show is a first for Kids Acting Against Cancer, a local charity that uses theater to combat leukemia, lymphoma and other cancers. Founded in 1999 by sisters Jaclyn and Whitten Montgomery after their mother was diagnosed with non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma, the group has raised more than $300,000 through productions of “Annie,” “Into the Woods” and more. These days, the kids may be all grown up, but they maintain their optimism and unflagging dedication to combating cancer by doing what they love. —Jennifer Harlan

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