Giant Entertainment presents Hitchcock Blonde
Hitchcock Blonde is a clever and surprising drama featuring the iconic Alfred Hitchcock. The play intertwines three stories: Alex, a media professor suffering from a mid-life crisis, invites one of his students to Greece to examine a long-lost film fragment that Hitchcock made in 1919. Meanwhile, in 1959, Hitchcock is auditioning an actress for the shower scene of his film, Psycho. And finally, the lost film is recreated, arguably explaining the director's obsession with persecuted blondes.
Performances will be in Frank's Place, a black box space at Kalita Humphreys Theater.