New York City
“A big, bold adventure!” raved London’s Evening Standard when the inimitable Terry Johnson premiered his fascinating new play, Hitchcock Blonde, that’s part theatre, part cinema. What was the dark secret that caused the great Alfred Hitchcock to obsess over beautiful blondes in jeopardy? At a villa in the Greek isles, a British professor and his beautiful young assistant sift through the clues (and the reels of disintegrating celluloid). As the cinematic mystery cuts back and forth between a London soundstage and 1959 Hollywood during the filming of that unforgettable shower scene, illusion and reality collide with surprising results.