Rehearsals for “The Mousetrap” are well underway!

Auditions for our other 2024 season shows will be announced at a later date.

Mollie Ralston: The pleasant young owner of Monkswell Manor and the wife of Giles Ralston. Monkswell Manor is a Victorian era estate that has recently been converted into a Bed and Breakfast. She has “an ingenuous air,” which is to say she comes off as innocent and often unsuspecting.

Giles Ralston: Husband of Mollie, whom he loves. He is the co-host of Monkswell Manor. He may appear arrogant, but he’s really just overprotective of his new wife.

Christopher Wren: A bit flighty and somewhat neurotic. He is both quirky and vulnerable, and a little mysterious. Wren is a guest at Monkswell Manor.

Mrs. Boyle: Retired, stern, grumpy, and unpleasant. If there’s a kind bone in her body, she hides it well. She is a guest at Monkswell Manor.

Major Metcalf: Typical retired British military officer. Underneath his gruffness . . . is more gruffness. He is a guest at Monkswell Manor.

Miss Casewell: Somewhat masculine in demeanor. She keeps her cards close to the vest and remains aloof . . . and a little mysterious. She is a guest at Monkswell Manor.

Mr. Paravicini: A man of unknown origin and age, he is a riddle wrapped in a mystery inside an enigma . . . with an indeterminate accent. He’s a little mysterious. He is an unexpected guest at Monkswell Manor and is only there because his car became stuck in a snowbank during a terrible blizzard.

Detective Sergeant Trotter: A late arriving guest at Monkswell Manor, Detective Trotter is trying to establish a relationship between any of the guests and a murder already committed at another location. Determined to get to the bottom of things, he is dogged in his pursuit of the truth.