The Mousetrap by Agatha Christie
I just returned from Philly where I saw Mousetrap for the first time. It was amazing. The theater had beautiful red leather seats and a magnificent red curtain. The acting was excellent and the story contained an interesting plot. It was fun seeing an Agatha Christie mystery where I did not know who the murder was for the first time in ages. My favorite character was the Italian guy (Mr. Paravicini) ; I always loved hilarious characters. My favorite line of his was "With one finger". I was hoping that my guess of the schizophrenic young man (Christopher Wren) was going to me the mysterious alive brother, but not the killer of Mrs. Maureen Lyon and another character. I was completely surprised at who the killer turned out to be. My only complaint was that the seats were too small.