‘Wait Until Dark’ at the City Repertory Theater in Palm Coast


The City Repertory Theater is staging “Wait Until Dark”. Faithful to part of its mission, the City Repertory Theater is once again offering a typically unknown play on the local theater scene: a real thriller full of suspense. Susy has just been blinded in a car accident. While Susy’s husband, Sam, is away, three sadistic thugs track a heroin-stuffed doll they’re looking for to Susy’s apartment. A harrowing game of cat and mouse ensues and soon involves Gloria, a young girl who lives in a nearby apartment. See the premiere of Rick de Yampert, “Justice Blinded and a Heroin-Stuffed Doll Spark Thrills in ‘Wait Until Dark'” from the City Repertory Theatre.

“Wait Until Dark” is written by Frederick Knoll, directed by Les Ober, starring Anna Hobbs, Bruce Popielarski, Beau Wade, Danno Waddell, Mike Palau and Isabella Daisy Bond), at 7:30 p.m. January 21-22 and 28 Performances will take place in the CRT Black Box Theater at City Marketplace, 160 Cypress Point Parkway, Suite B207, Palm Coast. Tickets: $20 adults, $15 students, available online at eventbrite.com, by calling 386-585-9415, or onsite just before the show.

Social distancing will not be in effect at the theater, but spectators are asked to wear masks.

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