New York City
Bristol Riverside Theatre opens its 2000-2001 season with Frederick Knott’s Wait Until Dark. A young, blind housewife gets caught in a web of intrigue in this suspenseful thriller by the author of Dial M for Murder. From its stellar Broadway production to the 1967 hit movie, this menacing tale of cat and mouse has kept audiences on the edge of their seats from beginning to end. A classic account of deception and courage that is worth the ride to its heart-stopping finale. Edward Keith Baker directs.