Miles off Northern California's rugged Mendocino seacoast, St. John's School for Girls is located on a small island: it is an exclusive private academy which caters to troubled rich girls. However, it seems that a series of grisly murders occurring on the mainland are now taking place on this nearly deserted campus during Spring break. With the "storm of the century" quickly approaching, the eight girls who remained, as well as three faculty members, find themselves cut off from communicating with the outside world, and only have hours to find the killer before they become victims. Soon, a terrifying question is raised: What if the slasher is one of them? An exciting, stylish and modern Agatha Christie-like whodunit in two acts offering mature and sophisticated roles for young performers, as well as adults. This is a true suspense play. No "slash and gash" or "blood and guts" effects here. A great show for high school or community theatres.