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Wait Until Dark

  • Opened October 3rd
  • Directed by Stephen Davis

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wait_until_dark The Chatham Community Players will kick off their 87th season with Frederick Knott's Wait Until Dark. An unforgettable film, a hit on Broadway and London’s West End, this electrifying thriller, begins from the opening scene, as three sinister con men embark on a mission to find a very valuable doll in a dark Greenwich Village apartment. But they get more than they bargain for when the blind Susy Hendrix returns home and begins to suspect all is not as it seems. The deadly cat-and-mouse game builds to a heart-pounding “lights out” climax that’s sure to keep you on the edge of your seat. This show may not be suitable for young children.

wait_until_darkThe cast includes Mandy Feiler of Summit as Susy Hendrix, Matt Burns of Summit as Mike Talman, Shaka Malik of Brooklyn as Sam Hendrix, Mike King of New Providence as Harry Roat, Brendan Mannion of Madison as Carlino, Aaron Liebman of Hillsborough as the policeman, and Olivia Haleblian of Boonton Township as Gloria at the performances on the 3rd, 4th, 10th, 12th and 18th with the remainder of the shows being performed by Alyssa Freitas of Glen Ridge. Stephen Davis directs the play. This is Stephen Davis' first production at Chatham Players. He is a freelance director, teacher, fight choreographer, and adjunct faculty member at Kean University. Previous directing credits include: Buried Child, Romeo and Juliet, Landscape of the Body, The Tempest, A Toast to Friendship, and Master Harold and the Boys. Upcoming directing credits include: Agamemnon, Richard II, and Romeo and Juliet. Stephen has an MFA in directing from USC and a BFA in acting from DePaul University.

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Performance dates were October 3, 4, 10, 11, 17 and 18 at 8:00PM and October 12 at 3:00PM. All performances were held at the Chatham Playhouse, 23 North Passaic Avenue, in Chatham. Tickets were $20 for adults and $18 for youth/senior.