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Curtain Call Theatre farce evokes master of suspense

Jed Krivsky as Robbie, right, prepares to check out the contents of a trunk as Ben Katagiri as Jeff, Sarah Wasserbach as Midge and Kathleen Carey as Marnie, in the window, look on during a scene from “Wrong Window,” opening Friday night at Curtain Call Theatre. (photo: Peter Max)
Jed Krivsky as Robbie, right, prepares to check out the contents of a trunk as Ben Katagiri as Jeff, Sarah Wasserbach as Midge and Kathleen Carey as Marnie, in the window, look on during a scene from “Wrong Window,” opening Friday night at Curtain Call Theatre. (photo: Peter Max)
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“Wrong Window” may owe its name and premise to Alfred Hitchcock’s 1954 film thriller “Rear Window,” but that’s pretty much where the similarities end. The 2008 play by Billy Van Zandt and Jane Milmore, which opens Friday night at Curtain Call Theatre in Latham, begins with a man named Jeff looking out his window into the window of another apartment and thinking that his neighbor may have murdered his wife. That’s how Hitchcock started his ...


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