Intrigue, romance, laughs — the Civic's regional premiere of Murder on the Orient Express aims to have it all

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FROM LEFT: John Preston Crocker III as Hector MacQueen, Bryce Clifton as Detective Hercule Poirot and Hannah Slusser as Countess Andrenyi

Agatha Christie’s Murder on the Orient Express has been adapted to TV, radio, film and even computer games since it was first published in 1934, but it took more than 80 years for an official version to reach the stage. With the blessing of the author’s estate, American playwright Ken Ludwig, best known for farces like Lend Me a Tenor, was responsible for

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