PINEHURST -- Known as the mean-spirited sister and daughter in the long-running television classic, "Little House On The Prairie," Alison Arngrim continues to fool audiences as a love to hate character in Agatha Christie's "And Then There Were None." The adaptation of the best-selling book is helping Judson Theatre Company's Sixth Season.
"And Then There Were None" is a classic British murder mystery set in the 1930s that begins with strangers trapped in a mansion, where upon arrival, they find their eccentric millionaire host goes missing. Arngrim plays Miss Emily Brent, one of the guests. Stranded on the island by a torrential storm and haunted by the ancient nursery rhyme, with only the fallen believed to be innocent, which of them is the killer?
In addition to her acting career, Arngrim is a New York Times best-selling author, and her one woman show has been seen worldwide, having performed to packed houses in New York, Los Angeles, Boston, Chicago, San Francisco, Seattle, Maui, P-Town and across France.
And while you're used to seeing her play the not so nice characters, in person, Arngrim tries to live a positive and uplifting life, fighting for child abuse victims like herself and working to get incest loophole laws changed across the country through PROTECT.
If you would like to see a performance of Agatha Christie's "And Then There Were None," they're taking place at Owens Auditorium in Pinehurst on Thursday, March 23 through Sunday, March 26.