By Nino Pantano
Special to the Eagle

BROOKLYN HEIGHTS — Sir Noel Coward (1899-1973) once said, “I have a talent to amuse,” and amuse he did, with countless plays, musical comedy, romantic and humorous ballads, films, urbanity and charm.

The Heights Players are now presenting Coward’s Waiting in the Wings. Written in 1960, the play is considered “later” Coward. The action takes place in the lounge of The Wings, a charity home for retired actresses with nine occupants.

Tension runs high
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