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Napier Repertory Players Art Deco Production of "And Then There Were None" by Agatha Christie Directed by Simon Law at Napier Little Theatre. 20th Feb - 7th Mar 2020

Jack Hulls - playing Anthony Marston

While Jack Hulls is relatively new to stage acting, the few major roles he has inhabited include Juror 4 from 12 Angry Men, Lady Bracknell from The Importance of Being Earnest, and Falstaff from Henry IV.

He was drawn to And Then There Were None due primarily to the author, having consumed Dame Christie’s works voraciously from a young age.

The character of Anthony James Marston specifically interested him due to the absolute totality of his arrogance. It is rare to see a character so careless and entitled that his very presence makes the rogues and murderers he shares the stage with more sympathetic by virtue of their not being him. It is a role one cannot help but take great joy in bringing to fruition.

Tickets to the Art Deco week productions are now fully sold. Tickets are still available from 26th Feb - 7th March 2020 but are selling fast. Don't delay, secure your tickets now online:…/20…/feb/and-then-there-were-none or by visiting iSite Havelock North, iSite Hastings or the Napier Municipal Theatre.Deco dress highly recommended.A community production of ‘And Then There Were None’ by special arrangement with Samuel French Ltd and New Zealand Play Bureau Ltd.

Jack Hulls as Anthony Marston

Jack Hulls as Anthony Marston in a scene from And Then There Were None

Photos courtesy of Ken Morrison Photography.

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