Wait Until Dark (Broadway)
Broadway revival of Wait Until Dark by Frederick Knott opened on April 5, 1998, at the Brooks Atkinson Theatre, where it ran for 97 performances (plus 11 previews) before closing on June 28, 1998
Produced by Alan N. Lichtenstein, Robert L. Young, Gregory Young, Jon B. Platt, Liz Oliver, Stewart F. Lane and Rodger Hess; Produced in association with Olympia Entertainment
Directed by Leonard Foglia; Scenic Design by Michael McGarty; Costume Design by David C. Woolard; Lighting Design by Brian MacDevitt; Sound Design by Darron L. West.
Starring Quentin Tarantino (Harry Roat, Jr.), Marisa Tomei (Susy Hendrix), Stephen Lang (Mike Talman), Ritchie Coster (Policeman), Juan Carlos Hernandez (Sgt. Carlino), Diana LaMar (Lisa / Policeman), Imani Parks (Gloria) and James Whalen (Sam Hendrix)
Standby: Ritchie Coster (Harry Roat, Jr.) and Diana LaMar (Susy Hendrix)
Understudies: Ritchie Coster (Sgt. Carlino), Danny Mastrogiorgio (Mike Talman, Sam Hendrix, Policeman), Natacha Roi (Lisa, Policeman, Susy Hendrix) and Shevonne Tucker (Gloria)
General Manager: Albert Poland; Company Manager: Bruce Klinger; Production Stage Manager: Michael Brunner; Technical Supervisor: Neil Mazzella; Casting: Bernard Telsey Casting, Inc.; Press Representative: James L.L. Morrison; Marketing: FourFront, Inc.; Online marketing by Toby Simkin / BuyBroadway; Fight direction by Rick Sordelet; Additional casting by Samantha Eden Casting and Advertising by Serino Coyne, Inc.
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Wait Until Dark
A psychological thriller where a doll filled with heroin ends up in the apartment of a blind woman named Susy, who is terrorized by criminals attempting to get Susy into handing over the doll, but when Susy wises up to the charade, a terrifying game of cat-and-mouse begins, and ends in darkness – where the odds are finally even.
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