So we had this silly idea. We wanted to write a few blogs leading up the the Bonstelle’s opening of To Kill A Mockingbird on Dec. 3, about plays that have been produced at the Bonstelle in the past that have a bird in the title. Yup, you heard right! That means that for the weeks leading up to opening, you lucky readers will be learning about past Bonstelle shows that have bird-themed titles. HOW GRIPPING!
Below are photographs from the 1985 production of one of Agatha Christie’s most famous tales, Cat Among the Pigeons–an interesting tale of secret agents, international jewel thievery, and, best of all, murder. If you haven’t read the novel, seen the movie or television adaptation, I’m not about to give you a plot synopsis, but you really should read/see it-it’s just good literature. So take the advice of your humble blogger and GO OUT AND READ A BOOK!
– Robbie Dwight, undergraduate actor and bird aficionado