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‘Deathtrap’ opens for two-week run at Main Street Theatre

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    “Deathtrap,” a 1978 play by Ira Levin, opens Friday, March 8, for a two-week run at Main Street Theatre.

    The two-act play holds the record for the longest running comedy-thriller on Broadway. It was also adapted into a 1982 film, starring the late Christopher Reeve, Michael Caine and Dyan Cannon.
    The story centers on a down-and-out  playwright and his student, who has written the perfect suspense play. The student plans to bring the script to his teacher’s Connecticut home. The suspense over whether the playwright will kill the student and take credit for his play forms the crux of this thriller.      
    Note: Adult content.
    This performance is directed by David Woody, with assitance from by Betty Green.  Starring are Jeff Davis, Amanda Pollard, Julie Penkava, Colton Morrow and John D’Avignon.
    Performances are March 8, 9, 15 and 16, beginning at 7 p.m.
    Two Sunday matinees are scheduled on March 10 and 17 at 2 p.m.
    Tickets are $10 at the door. Reservations are recommended.
    The Main Street Theatre is located at 225 Main St. Phone number is 903-885-0107.
    Please note the Main Street Theatre’s next production will be “18 Nervous Gumshoes.”
    Auditions are set for March 18, 19 and 20 at the theater, beginning at at 7 p.m.

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