The Poway Performing Arts Company (PowPAC) will present Dangerous Obsession, a psycho-thriller written by N.J. Crisp in the 1980s. The suspenseful play is about a man obsessed with pinning the blame for his wife’s accident on someone. He enters Sally and John Driscoll’s home under the guise of discussing a business deal and causes problems for the couple. Full of tension and shocking plot twists, the production is sure to keep you on the edge of your seat until the very end. Dangerous Obsession opens on Friday, Sept. 16 and runs for five weekends, closing on Sunday, Oct. 16.

Established in 1981, PowPAC, Poway’s only community theater, seeks to create theatrical experiences of the highest standards within the community theater environment that will continually engage and entertain its audiences. The company is an independent, volunteer-run nonprofit with no affiliation or support from any external body. For tickets or more information about Dangerous Obsession and other PowPAC productions visit www.powpac.org.