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Published on January 8, 2018 4:45PM

From back, left to right: Kevin Josi, Kari Fleisher, Scott Malmquist, Trish Bush and Robyn Eley

From back, left to right: Kevin Josi, Kari Fleisher, Scott Malmquist, Trish Bush and Robyn Eley


The Tillamook Association for the Performing Arts will present a chilling tale perfect for dark January nights this Friday, Jan. 12, when the curtain goes up on “The Edge of Darkness.”

Set in the early 1900s, this psychological thriller tells the story of a young girl who suffers from amnesia and a fear of knives and silver bells; but why? Who is the mysterious handyman, what secrets are the parents hiding, and why does the girl sleepwalk while talking fluent Russian?

The play is directed by Steele Fleisher and written by Brian Clemens, an expert at the art of crafting thrillers, with more than 50 years of screenwriting experience.

“The Edge of Darkness” opens on Friday, Jan. 12, with a Gala Celebration and continues through Saturday, Jan. 27, with performances at 7 pm every Saturday and Sunday and 2 pm matinées each Sunday.

Tickets, $15 per person, are available by calling Diamond Art Jewelers at 503-842-7940. For more information, email info@tillamooktheater.com.

The Barn Community Playhouse is located at 1204 Ivy Street, on the corner of 12th and Ivy, adjacent to Les Schwab Tires.



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