Stage Struck, an inventive thriller that employs a handful of actors to play chameleon like parts within parts, opens in the living room of one Robert Simon. Formerly a first rate stage manager in a provincial repertory company, he now he keeps house for his West End actress wife while amusing himself with various sexual adventures. He is a thoroughly happy man until the clumsy intervention of a psychiatrist destroys his happiness and his marriage. He plans a hideous revenge on his wife and the psychiatrist a revenge which allows him to rediscover all his old talents.
"The suspense never slackens." - Sunday Telegraph.
"A witty and ingenious thriller." - Daily Mirror.
"Both comic and thrilling." - Financial Times.