Naatak presents its 47th production
A gripping thriller

A Hindi adaptation of Frederick Knott's 'Wait Until Dark'

Cubberley Theater, Palo Alto
November 15-23

Directed by Mukund Marathe
Produced by Surender Singh

Sunita Saxena is a blind woman who lives her life in the dark, but she is about to find out just how much darker it can get. Her husband has unknowingly acquired a doll full of heroin, and three con-men want it. The men attempt to trick her into giving up the doll. As she becomes aware of the grave danger she is in, she starts building a plan to handle the intruders.

ANDHERA HONE TAK has been adapted from Frederick Knott's classic Wait Until Dark, a celebrated play that has been staged worldwide. In 1967, Wait Until Dark was made into a Hollywood thriller, earning Audrey Hepburn an Oscar nomination.

Language: Hindi (with English supertitles)
Run-time: 120 minutes
Note: Children under 12 will not be admitted


VIP: $31
General: $21
GeneralGroup: $18 (6 or more people)

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Naatak is a San Francisco Bay Area-based theater company dedicated to producing entertaining and thought-provoking plays. Since its founding in 1995 by students at UC Berkeley and Stanford, Naatak has staged 46 productions in Hindi, English and Tamil. Naatak is a registered 501c(3) non-profit organization. Stay in touch with us on Facebook and Twitter, and through our mailing list. For b
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