Sally Raynor’s husband Michael is presumed dead after he went missing in the jungles of South America. Neither he nor any of those with him have ever been heard from since for over two years.
Amazingly he survives and returns home to Sally who has moved on with her life under that presumption, She is confronted with his strange behavior which is compounded with his affinity with the darkness of night. With support from her family doctor and the new love of her life, John Harper she tries to come to terms with her tormented husband and feels obliged to put her war wracked husband out of the way, or obliged at least to put the means of suicide in his way. Dramatic situations and the suspense of the interactions between family and friends and Johns attempts to face his demons make for a gripping climax.
Doors open half an hour before curtain up with Tea/Coffee and Bar. EFTPOS Facilities are availible.
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Harbour Theatre, Fremantle's only and original community theatre for 50 years,
is proud to present for our second production for our Golden Jubilee Year,