Suspense and Murder Combine in Sunset Players’ ANGEL STREET

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Rob Bucher as Jack Manningham & Carrie Mees as Bella Manningham.

CINCINNATI, OH – April 14, 2018 — Did he or didn’t he? You’ll be asking yourself that question at Sunset Players’ production of Angel Street by Peter Hamilton and directed by Ivory Mazur with assistant director Tatiana Godfrey.

A Broadway hit that was made into the Academy Award winning film Gaslight with Ingrid Bergman and Angela Lansbury, Angel Street focuses on the Manninghams who live on Angel Street in 19th century London. While everything begins with Victorian tranquility, it becomes apparent the suavely handsome Mr. Manningham is slowly driving his devoted wife Bella to the brink of insanity with a cunning kindness that masks sinister motives. While he is out, Bella has an unexpected caller: Inspector Rough from Scotland Yard. The Inspector is convinced that her husband is a homicidal maniac who committed murder 15 years ago in the same house.

The cast Includes:

  • Rob Bucher as Jack Manningham
  • Carrie Mees as Bella Manningham
  • Jeff Carter as Inspector Roughy
  • Erica Brady as Nancy
  • Kat Reynolds as Elizabeth
  • Jack Miskimens as the Policeman/Muffin Man

Performance dates are May 4, 5, 11, 12, 13, 17, 18 and 19 at the Arts Center at Dunham, 1945 Dunham Way, Cincinnati, OH 45238. All shows are at 8PM, except Thursday at 7:30 PM and Sunday at 3 PM.  Cincinnati State’s Interpreter Training Program will provide sign language interpreting for the deaf community on Saturday, May 12.

Tickets are $14 general admission or $12 for seniors, students or groups of 10 or more and can be purchased online at the Sunset Players website ( or at the door. Tickets can also be reserved by calling 513-588-4988.

Sunset Players, Inc. is a community theater group located on the west side of Cincinnati. Founded in 1979, the group performs at the Arts Center at Dunham and has produced more than 120 plays. Its mission is to bring a smile, and its plays include comedies, farces, dramatic comedies and musical comedies—as long as there is some “comedy” in the performance somewhere. For more information about the 38th season, visit our website at or like us on Facebook.



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