Wait Until Dark

Critics

LemonMeter

Reviews: 2

Audience

LemonMeter

Reviews: 0

New York, 1966 – In this exciting new take on Frederick Knott's suspenseful drama, a young blind woman is manipulated by ruthless con men as they search for a mysterious doll. Trapped in her basement apartment, she learns that her blindness can be her best defense if she can only Wait Until Dark. The original Broadway production starred Lee Remick and ran for 373 performances. The New York Post called the play “a first-rate shocker.”

Reviews

Carol Kaufman Segal

If you love to see a thriller, you can't miss on this one.

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This is an extremely talky play with a host of transparent plot maneuverings, and success depends a lot on the slow, palpable ratcheting up of tension and menace. But director Kenneth Rogers hasn’t managed these well, and the pacing is ponderous.

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Carol Kaufman Segal

If you love to see a thriller, you can't miss on this one.

sweet - Carol Kaufman Segal - Carol's Culture Corner - ...read full review


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This is an extremely talky play with a host of transparent plot maneuverings, and success depends a lot on the slow, palpable ratcheting up of tension and menace. But director Kenneth Rogers hasn’t managed these well, and the pacing is ponderous.

sour - Lovell Estell III - Stage Raw - ...read full review