College Scholarship Fundraising Event Jan. 31

Six Public Openings in MN Master Naturalist Volunteer Training at College

Anoka-Ramsey theater production selected for Kennedy Center Midwest regional competition

Las Hermanas Padilla at Anoka-Ramsey, Jan. 16 and 17

Ceramics fundraisers; public gets opportunity for one-of-a-kind art May 6

Be a Life Saver: College Offers Free Suicide Prevention Workshop April 16

Public Invited to 8th Annual Student Fine Arts Portfolio Exhibit Opening April 3

Join the fun: The IT Girl hits college stage April 18-26

Anoka-Ramsey Community College Students Enter Digital Age with Launch of New Web Site

College gears up undergraduate research opportunities to enrich learning, advance scientific knowledge

Two students named to All-Minnesota Academic Team

Students, community members improve natural habitats through MN Master Naturalist Program

Ramsey Lions Club Presents $25,000 to College Foundation

College Nursing instructor named an Educator of the Year

Lake Wobegon® Brass Band supports College Music program and plays on

Sponsors for scholarship event needed to change lives

College faculty member publishes first chapbook, Blood Ties

Three faculty members named 2014 Outstanding Educators by Minnesota State Colleges and Universities

College Music Faculty Offer Free, Public Recital Feb. 7

College Art Faculty Offer Free, Public Talks about Craft

Can’t get a job? Get inspired by someone who got 50 jobs in 50 weeks April 29

27th Annual Minnesota Writer Program Welcomes Award-Winning Author Cary J. Griffith Feb. 13

College hosts 2014 One Book Cambridge Community-Wide Reading program May 8

Master falconer visit huge success

College Now Offers Pharmacy Technician Degree at Cambridge Campus

Faculty Members Recognized with 2014 State Arts Grants

College’s Free Candlelight Ski Event Set for Feb. 1

College student finds the know-how to empower survivors of human

Cast Announced for Upcoming Production of The IT Girl

College Scenic Designer Honored by Kennedy Center Theatre Festival Recognition

College women’s and men’s basketball teams make history: both teams win regional championships, advance to nationals

Two Rivers Reading Series Hosts Graphic Novelist Tyler Page April 8

College Announces Cast for Upcoming Production of And Then There Were None

College STEM Chicks encourage girls’ interest in science, technology, engineering and math

Scholarship Fundraising Event Breaks Record in Attendance and Profit

Science Night: Peregrine Falcon – Fastest Member of the Animal Kingdom, Feb. 25

College Announces Cast for Upcoming Production of And Then There Were None

January 31, 2014

Anoka-Ramsey Community College is proud to announce the student-actors cast in its production of Agatha Christie’s And Then There Were None set to hit the Cambridge Campus Juanita and Charles Peterson Community Room (G202) stage Feb. 27 and 28, and March 1 at 7:30 p.m. and March 2, 2 p.m.


Congratulations to:
(list by name, role, high school of graduation)

  • Timothy Belkhom, Anthony Marston: Willow River High School
  • Kathleen Cole, Emily: High School in California
  • Michael Cooper, Narracott: Elk River High School
  • Alar Duball, General MacKenzie, North Branch High School
  • Thor Goodmanson, Captain Lombard, North Branch High School
  • Sierra Kingen, Mrs. Rogers: Mora High School
  • Deven Mlinar, William Henry Blore, Cambridge-Isanti High School
  • Andre' O'Rourke, Sir Lawrence Wargrave: Cambridge Isanti High School
  • Niko Rodriquez, Mr. Rogers: Forest Lake High School
  • Hannah Seline-Wagner, Vera: Insight Online School of Minnesota

Two more Anoka-Ramsey students are also assisting with the production: Andrina Moe, Stage Manager (Spring Lake Park High School) and Justin Canterbury, Assistant Stage Manager (Zimmerman High School)

College faculty member, Lisa Weaver is directing.

And Then There Were None
In this superlative Agatha Christie mystery comedy, eight guests who have never met each other, or their apparently absent host and hostess, are lured to the island off the coast of Devon. Along with the two house servants, they are marooned. Statuettes of 10 little soldier boys on the mantel of a house mysteriously break one by one, mirroring the experience of the guilty strangers as they succumb to a diabolical avenger. One by one they are accused of murder; one by one they start to die. A nursery rhyme tells how each of the soldiers met his death. A mysterious voice accuses each of having gotten away with murder.


Tickets are $8 and available at the college bookstore during normal business hours or at the box office 60 minutes before each performance. March 2, tickets for seniors 55+ are $4.

*Interpreted Performance: Purchase tickets by Feb. 14 to ensure that there is an interpreter.