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February 14th through March 2nd, 2003, at the Greenhouse Theatre

The Wimberley Players present Frederick Knott's classic tale of the perfect crime gone wrong.

Introduced to the theatre-going public in 1954 as an Alfred Hitchcock film, Ray Milland, Grace Kelly, Robert Cummings, John Williams and Anthony Dawson first brought Knott's screenplay to life. With music by Dimitri Tiomkin, it became a classic.

 

Directed by Albert Rouse, the Wimberley Players' cast for this suspenseful melodrama includes Judith Laird, Dave Calkins, Allan Eastwood, Rob Sandefur, and Nathan Villarreal.

 



Toni Wendice is planning to kill his wife in order to receive her fortune and discovers that she is in love with an American crime novelist. When he catches wind of her affair he decides to blackmail an old acquaintance into killing his wife. The plan goes awry but Wendice seizes the moment to frame his wife for the murder of the would-be assassin.
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Wendice believes he has created the perfect crime until a skeptical Scotland Yard inspector begins to investigate.

This presentation by the Wimberley Players ran for three weekends from February 14th  through March 2nd, 2003, at the Greenhouse Theatre, 50 Marina Circle, Woodcreek.


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