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Auditions: And Then There Were None

January 3 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

In this classic Agatha Christie mystery, 10 strangers are summoned to a remote island and accused of misdeeds. When the weather cuts them off from the mainland and one by one, the guests are killed in accordance with a sinister nursery rhyme. They must find the killer if they hope to survive.

Open auditions for And Then There Were None, directed by Cynthia Ross and stage managed by Kelley Blessing will be held as follows:

Audition Date & Times:

  • Tuesday January 2  from 7pm to 9pm
  • Wednesday January 3 from 7 pm to 9 pm
  • Callbacks (if needed) will be Thursday January 4 from 7pm to 9 pm (by invitation only)

Actors will be asked to read from sides during the auditions. (see audition sides linked below)

Location: 15 Frank E. Rodgers Blvd. South, Harrison, NJ (the former Holy Cross High School)

Production Dates: February 16, 17, 23, 24 @ 7:30 pm/ February 18 & 25 at 2:00 pm


All actors 18+ of any background are invited to audition.

We will not be using British accents for this production. We DO want to hear clear, strong diction!

Questions? Contact


Read Thru – Sunday, January 7, 1:00 pm

Click here for the rehearsal schedule 

  • Rehearsals are 7:00 – 9:30 pm during weekdays and Sundays 1PM – 3:30PM.
  • You will not necessarily be called for every rehearsal.
  • Schedule is also subject to change.

Please list all conflicts between auditions and the production dates on your audition form.


Character Descriptions:

Wargrave – 50-70 – A recently retired Judge who quickly re-assumes this role on the island, holding impromptu “court cases” after nearly every murder. He is obsessed with justice, and also with death.

Miss Brent – 40-60 – A religious woman certain of her own righteousness, she is convinced also of everyone else’s sinfulness. Long before coming to the island, Emily Brent fired and kicked out of her house a woman named Beatrice Taylor because Beatrice had gotten pregnant out of wedlock.

Vera – 25-35 – A schoolteacher who is invited to Soldier Island as a secretary. She is very practical and careful, but she is also a romantic.

Lombard – 30-40 – Lombard was hired by Owens to come to Soldier Island and watch out for any trouble. He is a very resourceful and creative man who used to be a soldier in Africa.

Armstrong – 40-50 – A successful doctor who comes to Soldier Island because he is told that Ms. Owen is sick. He is very preoccupied with maintaining his reputation, and hence his success. At the same time, he is a very gullible man.

Blore – 40-60 – An ex-police inspector who is tricked into coming to the island when he is told that he is supposed to protect Mrs. Owen’s jewels from a thief. Blore is practical and careful, but he has very little imagination.

MacKenzie -55-70 – A general in World War I, he is the oldest guest on the island and is suspected of intentionally sending a lieutenant, Arthur Richmond, to his death. Macarthur’s guilty conscience has always left him with an empty feeling. His wife also died soon after the war and he has been lonely and weary since then.

Mrs. Rogers  – 40’s – Mr. Rogers’s wife, Ethel cooks all the meals on the island and does the housekeeping. Ethel looks constantly frightened, and this seems to relate to her sense of guilt.

Marston – 20-30 – This wealthy, daredevil of a young man is first heard about zipping down the road in his fancy car. He feels no remorse and is a man with basically no morals.

Narracot – 30’s – A man from the mainland who ferries the boat to Soldier Island.

Rogers – 40’s – The butler on Soldier Island, Mr. Rogers is a dedicated and professional servant. He always brings the drinks and food on time and is always polite and deferential.


Audition Sides (click title to download)

Vera   Side 1, Side2
Lombard   Side 1, Side 3
Wargrave   Side 1, Side 3
Armstr0ng   Side 1, Side 5
MacKenzie   Side 1, Side 3
Narracot   Side 4, Side 1
Mr. Rogers   Side 4, Side 1
Mrs. Rogers   Side 4, Side 1
Blore   Side 1, Side 5
Brent   Side 1, Side 2
Marston   Side 1, Side 3

“And Then There Were None” is presented by arrangement with Concord Theatricals on behalf of Samuel French, Inc.

West Hudson Arts & Theater Company values diversity and inclusion in casting, and in all other areas of the organization.


January 3
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
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Holy Cross School
15 Frank E. Rodgers Boulevard South
Harrison, 07029 United States
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