Alfred Hitchcock did one sort of thing when he made a movie based on John Buchan's 1915 spy novel, The 39 Steps. The 1935 film became an indelible classic action-mystery and, therefore, ripe for parody. So Patrick Barlow did a very different sort of thing when he created his Olivier- and Tony-winning stage version, Alfred Hitchcock's The 39 Steps, a perpetual-motion farce that incorporates nods to other Hitchcock films and pop-culture motifs, continuing through Sunday, January 27, at... More >>>