Arlington, VA

Rarely Performed Agatha Christie Play, “A Daughter’s A Daughter” Making American Premiere in Arlington

by Embracing Arlington Arts January 27, 2020 at 9:00 am 0

(This Community Post was written by The Arlington Players and underwritten by The Fred Schnider Investment Group/Fred Schnider Gallery of Art and Embracing Arlington Arts supporter Annie Sweeney)

The Arlington Players (TAP) is proudly presenting the Agatha Christie play A Daughter’s a Daughter, which follows widowed Ann and her only daughter, Sarah, through their intense relationship of jealousy, sacrifice and resentment.

TAP productions like this are produced and presented completely by community volunteers (they’re your neighbors, friends and colleagues!). Actors, directors, set painters, costumers and more sacrifice their evening and weekends, time with their friends and families, for the good of their passion.

A Daughter’s A Daughter was the fifth novel published under Christie’s pseudonym Mary Westmacott. Westmacott novels deviated from the crime and murder genre Christie is best known for, and this story is no different.

The show runs weekends February 1-16 at the Thomas Jefferson Community Theater. The performance on February 8 will be ASL interpreted. Tickets at thearlingtonplayers.org.

The Arlington Players is celebrating its 69th season and proud to be a part of the community. Our mission is to produce artistically challenging theater in the grand style, cultivating an environment of artistic excellence and education for artists, audiences and the community of Arlington County, Virginia, by providing opportunities to advance knowledge, skills and participation in the theater arts. We’re excited to continue our tradition of accessibility and artistic excellence. Learn more about TAP!

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