Rimers of Eldritch, The

Set in a ghostly burg on the verge of disappearing, a place where the only movie house closed 8 years ago, this adaptation of Lanford Wilson's play explores a community's reaction to rape, lies and murder. The plot revolves around the sexual assault of a teenage girl and an unrelated murder trial in the town of Eldritch. Wilson's innovative use of overlapping dialogue makes the people of the community the real focus of the play.

"Ambitious, intriguing, attractive, demanding." - The Washington Post

1974, Drama, 115 minutes, Color

Cast: Frances Sternhagen, Rue McClanahan , Susan Sarandon, Davey Marlin-Jones

Written by: Lanford Wilson

Music by: Vance Sorrells

Directed by: Davey Marlin-Jones

Produced by: Matthew N. Herman

Executive Producer: Jac Venza

A presentation of Thirteen/WNET New York, Theater In America 1972

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