‘Elton’ Jim Turano Takes The Stage In ‘And Then There Were None’

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FILE – This 1963 file photo shows mystery author Agatha Christie at age 73, in London. Though famed for her detective novels with Mrs. Marple and Hercule Poirot, Christie was a longtime aficionado of archaeology and the ancient world, and her work in the Mideast influenced her books like “Death on the Nile” and “Murder in Mesopotamia.” (AP Photo, File)

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Director of ‘And Then There Were None’ Jay Fonanetta talks with Jim Turano, in for Dean Richards, about the Agatha Christie novel coming to life and his role in the show!

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