In this adapted version of the 1938 detective novel of the same name, Agatha Christie has created an entirely new ending. More…
Featuring an assorted group of travelers who find themselves thrown together on a Middle Eastern expedition, the "Queen of Crime" offers a unique take on the classic murder mystery, where characters' motivations are suspect and relationships may not be what they seem.
See it if Great eerie music and timely lighting. Talk-back a winner Dominic Cuskern great directing. 9 accents perfect. A "lift" on the stage MORE
Don't see it if If you think that you have family problems, this will make you feel better Research re: left hand shaking two opp. views.MORE
See it if Gallery's turn with Christie proves to be quite entertaining & well handled. Actors have nice grasp of stylized material Excellent costumes
Don't see it if Play's a bit dated both in attitude & mechanics; one can see Christie setting up "all her ducks in a row" but Cuskern keeps the pacing up
See it if You enjoy old-fashioned mystery stories. You enjoy ensemble plays. You want to see a talented cast having fun on stage.
Don't see it if You prefer contemporary plays. You want a classic play w/more relevance to today. You prefer plays w/smaller casts.
See it if you enjoy murder mysteries/whodunnits. This is a fun, scrappy production made with lots of heart. I love The Gallery Players!
Don't see it if you’re not a fan of Agatha Christie, or can’t stand the thought of taking yourself to Brooklyn for a show.
See it if you want an entertaining evening. The costumes, sets& even some of the performance choices are deliciously period. You might want to dressup
Don't see it if you are not prepared to forgive a few clunky monologs.
See it if you like mysteries and enjoy good character development, performed by a good cast on a nice set. Well-directed for off-off Broadway.
Don't see it if you do not like long plays or mysteries. There is a lot of action by a large cast that requires full attention.
See it if Death occurs during dysfunctional family vacation to the Middle East. Plenty of clues and red herrings. Brooklyn local theatre.
Don't see it if You don’t like Who Done Its. A train ride to Brooklyn is too far. You think Agatha Christie is formulaic and old fashioned.
See it if You love Agatha Christie. You love a good who dunnit with dramatic character development.
Don't see it if You're boring? I don't know. I thought it was great.
See it if You're a fan of Agatha Christie, and want to see a well-done production of one of her works.
Don't see it if You can't stand long setups. The murder doesn't happen until well into Act 2, so the whole murder mystery portion is very rushed.
See it if You like community/regional theatre, however, with on-par acting. It was quite good, some accent enunciation issues here and there, but,
Don't see it if Great use of space. Great acting. Just melodramatic enough. Agatha would've been proud. Never been to this venue before, but, I'd go again.
See it if you enjoy Agatha Christie murder mysteries; you enjoy trying to solve crimes along with the cast; you enjoy a well=staged and acted play
Don't see it if you don't enjoy dated murder mysteries
See it if you enjoy a good mystery with a twist; excellent acting and casting; a generally fun time
Don't see it if 2+ hours is too much for you; a bit of a dated script; some overacting
See it if you want to see quality theatre without going to Manhattan. Wonderful set and costumes, very well acted, good Agatha Christie mystery!
Don't see it if you require massive sets or dance numbers when you go to the theatre.
See it if you like mysteries & don't mind Equity & amateur performers sharing the stage (which brings down the general level of professionalism).
Don't see it if overly warm theater will make u feel like u r really in Mid East in summer; you'd like more of a set to distract from some clunky acting.
See it if You are an Agatha Christie fan and/or want to support a great community theater.
Don't see it if You do not enjoy long plays and/or are unwilling to travel to a theater in Brooklyn.
See it if You live in Brooklyn and enjoy local theater. The actors for the most part were good, although there was some over-acting.
Don't see it if You are intolerant of mediocre writing. There is some repetitiveness to the recounting of back-story that could have been trimmed.
See it if you like "who dun it's" with a twist that only Agatha Christie could pull off.
Don't see it if you do not like plays where you have to put together pieces of a puzzle.
See it if You would enjoy a light fare, who done it, Agatha Christie story with some interesting, or cliched but entertaining, characters and humor.
Don't see it if You are put off by accents, overacting, and text that could still use some refreshing and editing.
See it if A mystery a la Agatha C. Well done for its type. If a fan - it will work for you. Comfortable Park Slope, Brooklyn theater.
Don't see it if Not a Christie-type fan? Not for you. Older type of throwback.
See it if Like mysteries. Actors overact but I believe they mean do. Yes I figured out who did it
Don't see it if Do not want to travel to Brooklyn if you don’t live in Brooklyn. Do not like mysterys
See it if The first act is a marvel. Wonderful characters with some interesting relationships. Most of the central characters have well defined motive
Don't see it if The second act drags. The way some of the characters interact (or don't) removes suspense and the ability for guesswork for the solution
See it if you like an interesting, absorbing and enjoyable show that is not to heavy and not to light with clever staging.
Don't see it if you do not like Agatha Christie nor like fun mystery plays.
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