Toyer to Shutter Early at London's Arts Theatre

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Toyer, a stage version of the late actor-turned-novelist and playwright Gardner McKay's international best-selling novel, will shutter at the Arts Theatre March 21, instead of the previously announced April 11.

The production re-opened the theatre, which is now under new management, Feb. 16 prior to an official opening Feb. 25. The cast features Al Weaver and Alice Krige under the direction of William Schoular. Billed as a psychological thriller, Toyer's plot revolves around the arrival of a charming stranger at psychologist Maude's remote house in the L.A. hills. An innocent encounter soon becomes a sexually charged battle of wits. Is he merely a playful admirer or the "Toyer," a disturbed man who performs unspeakable acts of violence on his female victims. A cat and mouse game of verbal, psychological and physical intrigue ensues, where one player must outwit the other.

The play is produced by Dodi M. Soames in association with Oliver Royds for PW Productions Ltd.

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