The LAB, known for its daring and enchanting performances, has presented its latest theatric endeavour: Wait Until Dark.
Originally written for Broadway Stage in 1966 by “Dial M for Murder” scribe Frederick Knott, “Wait Until Dark” later turned into a film starring Audrey Hepburn in 1967.
The LAB has now readied it for theatre at The Lab Space located in Beitou District.
Remember to breathe as the story of a blind woman who is forced to play a dangerous cat-and-mouse game with three ruthless criminals unfolds.
Wait Until Dark oozes suspense that rivals other thrilling works such as the Paranormal Activity or Insidious film franchises.
Tickets are on sale now at NT$600. Viewings are all on weekends, and be sure to check their official website for the exact time.