No one loves Misery quite like Annie Wilkes.
Or so, you soon find out when the harrowing tale of “Misery” unfolds at Grandstreet Theatre 7:30 p.m. Friday, Oct. 6, and runs through Oct. 22.
Enter a few hours of fanatical obsession to get yourself into a paranoid and terrified state of mind just in time for Halloween.
And this time … leave the kids at home with the babysitter.
The script by William Goldman is based on a best-selling Stephen King novel.
John Rausch and Teak Hoiness Schummer rehearse a scene from the Grandstreet Theatre production of “Misery.”
THOM BRIDGE, Independent Record
The story opens with novelist Paul Sheldon surviving a wintery car crash and awakening to find he’s been “rescued” by Wilkes, a nurse and self-proclaimed No. 1 fan of his romance books.
While he convalesces, she reads a draft of his latest book and becomes enraged when she finds that her favorite character, Misery Chastain, has been killed off.
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What: Grandstreet Theatre stages “Misery”
When: Friday, Oct. 6,