Agatha Christie Plays Are Discovered

That’s quite a puss, isn’t it? Yes, it’s Agatha Christie’s. Previously unknown plays by Christie have been discovered in archives of the author’s possessions. The 10 plays – five full-length and five one-act works – were discovered by producer Julius Green while researching a book about the author’s work in theatre. He heralded the find as a “forgotten piece of theatre history.” Outside of her novels, Christie is known for several plays including “The Mousetrap,” currently the longest-running play in the world, which premiered in the West End in 1952.

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