Shepaug Dramatics will stage Agatha Christie’s “The Stranger” March 23 at 7 p.m. and March 24 at 8 p.m. at Shepaug Valley School.

“A small cast of six students is preparing to offer a delightfully suspenseful evening of psychological intrigue” said Kate Eddy, director and Shepaug Valley School educator. “Mystery, love, and the threat, or promise, of murder are integral elements of the suspense.”

The all-student cast includes veterans Tegan Anderson, Thomas Bachelier and Wilson King (class of 2019) and Jack Roush (class of 2018), along with newcomers Alvin Hermans (class of 2018) and Kaylee Martinez (class of 2021).

In other news, Shepaug Dramatics was recently recognized with 13 nominations at the 14th annual Halo Awards, which recognize excellence in high school theatre.

“We were thrilled to see many of our students recognized for their outstanding efforts on stage” Eddy said.

Tickets for the play can be purchased at the door or through the box office by calling 860-717-2444.

The school is located at 159 South St.

Tickets are $10 for adults and $5 for students and seniors.

The 90-minute performance will include an intermission with concessions.

All proceeds will be used to support future productions of Shepaug Dramatics.