Lincoln County On-Stage’s last production of the 2016-2017 season, Wait Until Dark, opens this Friday, June 16, with additional shows June 17, 23, and 24 at 7:30 p.m. It is written by Frederick Knott and directed by Daisy Folsom.
You’ve seen Daisy in recent LCOS productions, such as Nunsense and Last of the Red Hot Lovers. She is a University of Central Oklahoma drama professor and LCOS board member, and although a veteran on-stage talent and director, Daisy makes her directorial debut here with this show.
Wait Until Dark is the story of Susy Hendrix, a blind woman being stalked by three con artists seeking a doll filed with heroin, which has inadvertently come into Susy’s possession. The plot is filled with twists, turns, and surprises, culminating in a heart-stopping ending!
Now is the perfect time to purchase your 2017-2018 Patron and Season Tickets! All subscription types are available online as well. You can also make your tax-deductible donation to the elevator fund. We’re making tremendous progress toward this much-needed improvement becoming a reality for the valued patrons of Lincoln County On-Stage!
Also, Lincoln County Museum of Pioneer History has a fun afternoon planned this Saturday, June 17, from 4 to 7 p.m. They are opening an exhibit of photographs by renowned photographer Pierre Tartoue along with artifacts and exhibits from the Sac & Fox Nation of Oklahoma.
The exhibit opening will be kicked off with a chuck wagon dinner, catered by Deep Fork Cattle Company, with entertainment provided by Sac & Fox Nation dancers. The cost of the dinner is $7. Tables will be set up on 8th Street across from the theater.
If you are coming to see Wait Until Dark on Saturday, June 17, make plans to stop by the chuck wagon dinner before the show starts. Reservations for the dinner are not necessary.
Wait Until Dark is made possible through a grant from the Oklahoma Arts Council.