Western Reserve Playhouse Ends Season with Panic
Mystery play is set in 1960s Paris.
An award-winning director of movie thrillers is faced with a real life-and-death scenario in "Panic," the production that wraps up the season for the Western Reserve Playhouse.
The James Goodrich play, set in 1960s Paris, won the Edgar (for Edgar Allen Poe) award for best new play in 2008.
The local production is directed by Jan Futhey, who directed "Postmortem" last season and directs many shows at Brecksville Little Theatre.
Tickets are $11 for adults, $10 for students and seniors for the last two night of the production, next Friday and Saturday, Sept. 23 and 24.