The thriller, ‘Wait Until Dark’ is a play by Frederick Knott, first performed on Broadway in 1966 and often revived since then. A film version was released in 1967 starring Audrey Hepburn. The suspense-filled drama will hit the stage at Magnolia Hall with the tense plot that twists and turns and ultimately shocks audiences. Directed by William McDougall & Mary-Alice Mangan and Produced by Dominick Wasliewski.
Susy Hendrix (Caroline Kemerling) is a blind woman who lives with her husband, Sam (Max Clements), in a basement apartment in Greenwich Village. Through a set of circumstances, Susy finds herself in possession of a very valuable doll. An evil man, Roat (Robert Carter), wants the doll and employs 2 con men to help him get it. Susy, with the help of Gloria (Elliott Lentz) , a young girl, struggles to survive a vicious attack by these criminals. Other cast members include: Mike Talman (Lew Apgar), Carlino (Jim German), Louie & Cop (Joe Panzarino) and Lisa (Beth Hornbostel).The show runs at Magnolia Hall: Thursday, Friday & Saturday: January 26, 27, 28 at 7:30pm. and Sunday, January 29, at 2:30pm. Tickets are $23 ($20 for SCCT members*) or 843-645-2700