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Streetcar Company working on 'Wait Until Dark' for Nov. performances

LACONIA — The cast and crew of The Streetcar Company's upcoming presentation of Frederick Knott's Wait Until Dark are hard at work preparing for the show's November opening. The suspense-thriller, familiar to most from the 1967 movie starring Audrey Hepburn, will be presented at Laconia High School Friday through Sunday, November 1st to the 3rd.

After well attended auditions in August, director Rick Morten has assembled a cast of veterans and newcomers that include Nerrishia Bodwell as Suzy Hendrix, Rodney Martell as Mike Salman, Rick Kincaid as Sgt. Carlino, Brendan Berube as Harry Roat Jr., Ray Feola as Sam Hendrix and Sophia Joyal as Gloria.

Producer Jenn Schillinger is working with the production staff to fine tune the behind the scenes arrangements that help pull the show together. Some of those heading up the various positions include Frank Stetson, assistant director/stage manager, Peter Ayer, organizing props, Erin Fitzmaurice, house manager and Nerrishia Bodwell, costumes.

There is still help needed in several capacities and anyone interested in helping is encouraged to contact the producer at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

 

 
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