Blind housewife Susan Hendrix is being terrorized in her Greenwich Village apartment by a trio of sinister criminals. But Susan's no helpless victim. To level the playing field and outwit the criminals, she manages to kill the lights, devising a pulse-pounding game of cat-and-mouse that unfolds in near-total darkness. Originally produced on Broadway in 1966 and made into the classic Audrey Hepburn film a year later, Wait Until Dark is an electrifying thriller by Frederick Knott, the playwright behind Dial M for Murder. Watch this updated version, featuring a new setting, from the edge of your seat at Queensbury Theatre in Houston.