One of the big surprises of the 1997-98 Broadway season was the hit revival of Frederick Knott's 1966 suspense drama Wait Until Dark. Thrillers have long been out of fashion on Broadway. However, Wait Until Dark, which opened to largely negative reviews, managed to do more than respectable business during its three-month limited engagement--most weeks it grossed over $300,000. Among straight plays, only the runaway hit Art managed to take in more money each week. (As we went to press, the ...

General Admission

This content is free to access as a registered user

Why register It's simple and free, and here is what you get:

  • Daily original news covering the latest in entertainment design and technology
  • Features on the latest industry trends
  • Insights from thought leaders in the industry
  • The ability to view both pay-per-view and free recorded sessions from our live events including Master Classes, LDI and Envision

Already registered? here.