I have really come to appreciate the whole of Mott Drama. I saw a generally good performance of "And Then There Were None" tonight but it pales in comparison to what Mott did this October. We are so lucky to have the talented young men and women on stage who memorize those lines and actually act. We are lucky to have a sweet stage to preform on. We are lucky to have Ms. Schade to direct and make the movement look real. We are lucky to have the Drakes to train all the techs and design the coolest sets in existence. The Mott Drama Club is extremely fortunate and I don't think many people realize that.
I was thinking about that this weekend. I rented And Then There Were None the movie. It was okay, but the play was still way better. To be fair though, the movie was in black and white and hard to understand. :)