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FEST proudly presents Alfred Hitchcock's classic murder mystery


Play Synopsis
Setting: The living room of the Wendices' apartment in the Maida Vale residential area, London, England, 1952

Tony Wendice, an ex-professional tennis player, lives in a ground floor flat with his socialite wife, Margot. After Tony discovers Margot had an affair a year prior with crime writer Mark Halliday, Tony plots to have his wife murdered - and devises the perfect murder plan.

Margot Wendice - a wealthy housewife
Max Halliday -
American television crime writer, Margot's former lover
Tony Wendice -  Margot's husband, former tennis pro
Captain Lesgate - Tony's classmate at Cambridge, formerly known as Swann
Inspector Hubbard - police detective
Thompson - a policeman


Tony Wendice - Paul Gordon

Margot Wendice - Jeanique Rahmlow

Max Halliday - Walter Schroder

Inspector Hubbard - David Mark

Captain Lesgate - Damon Bergamini

Radio Announcer / Thompson - James Carey

Directed by Jeff Book

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