Black Coffee (2010)Edit

by Agatha ChristieEdit

Summary: The first play ever written by the Grand Dame of the detective mystery genre, Black Coffee, is also the only play to feature Christie's most popular detective, Hercule Poirot. A physicist named Sir Claude Amory has come up with a formula for the atomic bomb, but is unfortunately poisoned (in his coffee of course) during the first act. Hercule Poirot, along with a host of other Agatha Christie favorites, is called in to solve the case.

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Performance Dates: Jan. 28-Feb.14, 2010

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Tickets Sold: 2580 Revenue:


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