Blind New York wife Susy Hendrix, played by Jodi Dominick, enters her apartment unaware of intruder Mike Talman, played by Nick Steen, in the Idaho Shakespeare Festival production of “Wait Until Dark.” ISF opened their 41st season Saturday with the Frederick Knott thriller.
Blind New York wife Susy Hendrix, played by Jodi Dominick, enters her apartment unaware of intruder Mike Talman, played by Nick Steen, in the Idaho Shakespeare Festival production of “Wait Until Dark.” ISF opened their 41st season Saturday with the Frederick Knott thriller. Darin Oswald doswald@idahostatesman.com
Blind New York wife Susy Hendrix, played by Jodi Dominick, enters her apartment unaware of intruder Mike Talman, played by Nick Steen, in the Idaho Shakespeare Festival production of “Wait Until Dark.” ISF opened their 41st season Saturday with the Frederick Knott thriller. Darin Oswald doswald@idahostatesman.com
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Idaho Shakespeare Festival opens its 2017 season with the thriller ‘Wait Until Dark’

May 28, 2017 12:56 PM

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