Prudence Wright Holmes will play characters from Christie’s life and use audience’s help in solving a mystery.
On Jan. 14 the Mt. Laurel Library will play host to “Agatha is Missing“ — a play and a mystery event.
This event relates to famed mystery writer Agatha Christie, who in 1926 is famously believed to have staged her own disappearance after she learned her husband wanted a divorce.
Christie was missing for 11 days, which will be retold in a “rollicking interactive murder mystery” event at the Mt. Laurel Library on Jan. 14 from 2 p.m. to 3 p.m.
Prudence Wright Holmes will play Miss Marple and many other characters from Christie’s life and enlists the audience’s help in solving the mystery.
This event is for adults, and no registration is required.