Written by: Patrick Hamilton 

Rivertown Repertory Theater    1/22/2010 - 2/7/2010 (schedule)

Category:  Drama · Mystery · Thriller · Community

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This mystery Broadway hit, made famous by the George Cukor film with Charles Boyer and Ingrid Bergman, tells the story of the Manninghams, who live on Angel Street in the 19th century. First opening in London as Gaslight, Angel Street, the peacefulness that seems to prevail as the curtain rises is soon dispersed by the actions of Mr. Manningham, a suavely sinister man, who is slowly torturing his gentle, lovely wife into insanity under the guise of kindness. Some of the most brilliant and sustained suspense in theatre history, the secret of the dimming gaslight and the mystery of some hidden rubies will captivate all.
Written by Patrick Hamilton.

Total performances: 9

Bob Scully.... Mr. Rough *
Bridget Erin.... Elizabeth/Nancy *
C. Patrick Gendusa.... Mr. Manningham *
Stacy Taliancich.... Mrs. Manningham *
*=featured role

Dane Rhodes ....  Director
Christopher Ward ....  Technical Director; Sound Technician; Set Construction
Charles Ward ....  Photographer; Videographer; Publicity; Producer; Executive Director
Eric Porter ....  Set Construction
Kimberly Abbate ....  Box Office.
Linda Jumonville ....  Reservations

Notes: [RRT #
References: MPC
Record created by: Charles Ward

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