Staged by British film director Ken Russell, the thriller is described as such: "When a writer of pulp crime novels gets an interview with a notorious serial killer he believes he has snared the coup of his career. But when he arrives at the asylum, he finds nothing can be trusted, not even his own eyes. Through a series of lies, manipulations and memories, dark secrets are revealed. Why is there a skeleton in the doctor's office? Where did the raw meat in the fridge come from? What is the nurse so afraid of? …and most importantly, how does one get out?" Carradine is joined onstage by Lee Godart (Skylight at Actors' Theatre of Louisville, "All My Children," "The Edge of Night") and Kathleen McNenny (The Constant Wife, Coram Boy).
Show times are Tuesday-Saturday at 8 PM with Sunday performances at 3 and 7 PM.
SoHo Playhouse is located at 15 Vandam Street. Tickets, priced $64-$74, are available by visiting www.sohoplayhouse.com or by calling the box office at (212) 691-1555 between noon and 8:30 PM.
Here is a look at the curtain call and opening-night celebration held at Club Huron, downstairs at the SoHo Playhouse:
All photos by Aubrey Reuben