Rousuck's Review: A Revised "Wait Until Dark" At Everyman Theatre
Veteran theater critic J. Wynn Rousuck joins Tom with a review of Everyman Theatre's new production of "Wait Until Dark." While most people might know that title from the Oscar-nominated 1967 film starring Audrey Hepburn as the blind protagonist, the tense thriller was originally a play -- Frederick Knott's 1966 Broadway hit, which also had a short-lived 1998 revival. Then came Jeffrey Hatcher's 2013 adaptation of the Knott play, in which the story is given a new setting in 1944 Greenwich Village. That's the version now on stage at Everyman, with Donald Hicken directing and Megan Anderson starring in the lead role as Susan.
"Wait Until Dark" continues at Everyman Theatre through Sunday, October 9. Click here for ticket information.