From our director:
“I think any child under 10 might find it scary. Olivia, our 10 year-old girl in the cast watched the ending last night and said it was “scary but fun”, but of course, she knows the cast members and is familiar with the story. The whole theatre is dark at times, with no light, so kids under 10 might find it too frightening . Olivia may well have some friends who will want to see it, so I think it probably should be up to their parents to decide if they want to bring them. All we can do is warn them that the theater will be very dark and that actors are “killed” or “stabbed” in the show.”
Con man Roat and two ex-cons have traced a mysterious doll to the apartment of Sam and his blind wife Susy. Sam has been persuaded by a strange woman to transport the doll across the border, not knowing heroin is hidden inside. The three convince Susy that Sam is wanted for the women’s murder and the doll is the key to his innocence. Susy figures out she is the victim of a bizarre charade and a deadly game of cat and mouse ensues. A Broadway hit, this masterfully constructed thriller moves from one moment of suspense to another.