With the classic crime thriller “Die Mausefalle” by Agatha Christie, the Schauspielhaus Salzburg scores with a successful mix of suspense and British charm.
A piercing scream, police sirens and a radio voice that reports on the murder of a woman on Culver Street in London’s Paddington district: the beginning of the theater evening at the Salzburg Schauspielhaus is already exciting. Director Dora Schneider and her team demonstrate an accurate feeling for the crime classic of the leading master of the “Whodunit”, Agatha Christie.
Their play “Die Mausefalle” was played daily in London’s West End from 1952 to March 2020 – Corona forced the game to be interrupted and …
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