Players Guild at Sugar Hill presents the thriller, “Strangers on a Train.” Based on the classic novel by Patricia Highsmith, “Strangers on a Train” is written for the stage by Craig Warner. Highsmith’s novel also served as the basis of the 1951 film by Alfred Hitchcock which starred Farley Granger, Ruth Roman and Robert Walker.
The cast for “Strangers on a Train” features actors Rahshaun Cormier and Taylor Upchurch in the title roles of Charles Bruno and Guy Haines, respectively. Rounding out the cast of seven include local acting favorites, Hattie N. Smith, Sharon Wilson, James Thomas, Travis Shedd and Wade Williams.
“Players Guild at Sugar Hill is excited to bring this classic thriller to life,” states Players Guild’s Artistic Director, Justin Walker. “The show has an incredibly talented cast and production team made up of both fresh faces and familiar favorites. We can’t wait to open the doors of the Eagle Theatre and bring audiences along for a gripping ride.”
“Strangers on a Train” opens Feb. 10 and runs through Feb. 19. Show times will be Fridays and Saturdays at 8:00 p.m., with matinee performances on Saturdays and Sundays at 3:00 p.m. Performances will take place at the Eagle Theatre located at 5029 West Broad Street in downtown Sugar Hill. Tickets start at $23 with additional discounts for seniors, students and groups. Tickets are available at www.pgatsh.com.
This show is being presented in partnership with the city of Sugar Hill, the Eagle Theatre, and the Gwinnett Creativity Fund.
Completed in 2018, the Eagle Theatre at Sugar Hill is a 406-seat, Art Deco style performing arts theatre adjacent to City Hall. Sugar Hill’s revitalized downtown area features several excellent restaurants and plenty of free parking within walking distance of the theatre.