Photo credit: Everyman Theatre

It’s fun trying to mix it up with the BookNotes segment on WBJC each month, and when I heard that Everyman Theatre was putting on the first-ever stage adaptation of Agatha Christie’s iconic whodunit, Murder on the Orient Express, my interest was immediately piqued. How on earth do you transport that convoluted plot—to say nothing of a stream engine trapped in the snow—from the page to the stage? So I asked Everyman’s Founding Artistic Director, Vincent Lancisi. You can listen here.

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