Angel Street (Gaslight)

by Patrick Hamilton


The original psychological thriller.

Meet the Mannigham’s a well to do couple living on Angel Street in 1880’s fog-bound London. Jack is a charming and seemingly doting husband to Bella, but something sinister looms under the facade. Bella Manningham is on edge. She hears footsteps in the night; pictures are moving by themselves, and the gaslights dimwithout even a touch. Her husband is constantly disappearing. He tells her she is “mad,” and she starts to believe him. As her grip on reality begins to slip, she finds herself in the middle of a mystery, most foul. This gripping thriller first opened on The West End in 1938 and upon its transfer to New York City became one of the longest running plays on Broadway. It was so popular that it originated the term gaslighting: a form of psychological manipulation where a person tries to make their victim question their own memory, perception, and sanity. Join us for one of the most brilliant and suspenseful pieces of modern theatre: Angel Street, where murder and mystery loom in the air.


Adult Content, Sexual Content, Language, Violence, Trigger Warnings*

(May contain spoilers)

– A character belittles, gaslights, and threatens his wife.
– A character yells at and insults his wife.
– A character is unfaithful to his wife.
– Domestic violence.

Ticket Information

The Villages Entertainment is the only outlet authorized to sell tickets to events at Savannah Center, The Sharon L. Morse Performing Arts Center, The Studio Theatre – Tierra Del Sol, Lazy Mac’s Laughs, Old Mill Playhouse, and ticketed events at the Nightly Entertainment venues.

To learn more about ticketing, performance details, or gift certificates, call (352)753-3229 or visit a Box Office near you.


Find more information about directions, parking, and accessibility by visiting  Know Before You Go.


Please select the date and time of the performance you would like to attend.
All available dates for this performance are marked for your convenience.

The Venue

You may also like...

January 30, 2024 - March 2, 2024
January 30, 2024 - March 2, 2024
The Studio
The Studio
No event found!