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The timeless fantasy about the power of love. While walking back to their apartment one night, Sam and Molly are mugged, leaving Sam murdered on a dark street. Sam is trapped as a ghost between this world and the next and unable to leave Molly who he learns is in grave danger. With the help of Oda Mae Brown (a phoney psychic) Sam tries to communicate with Molly in the hope of being able to save and protect her. Ghost the Musical website
.Performers Keisha Atwell (Louise), Wendy Mae Brown (Oda Mae Brown), Maeve Byrne (Ensemble), Stewart Clarke (Sam Wheat), Michael Cortez (Ensemble), Kimmy Edwards (Ensemble), Jaye Elster (Swing), Livvy Evans (Swing), Ivan De Freitas (Willie Lopez), Gabriella Garcia (Ensemble), Nick Hayes (Ensemble), Stevie Hutchinson (Subway Ghost), Bradley Jaden (Ensemble), Robert Knight (Swing), David Roberts (Carl Bruner), Gregor Stewart (Ensemble), Michael Stewart (Swing), Rebecca Trehearn (Molly Jensen), Amy Webb (Ensemble), Amy West (Ensemble), Luke Wilson (Ensemble), Karlene Wray (Clara).
Music Dave Stewart. Music Glen Ballard (from the film by Bruce Joel Rubin). Adapted by Bruce Joel Rubin. Producer David Ian Productions. Producer The Ambassador Theatre Group. Producer Colin Ingram. Producer Hello Entertainment. Producer David Garfinkle. Director Matthew Warchus. Design Rob Howell. Choreographer Ashley Wallen. Music Christopher Nightingale (musical supervision and arrangements). Other Paul Kieve (illusions). Lighting Hugh Vanstone. Sound Bobby Aitken.
Jan H (17Dec13): Very disappointing! Poor seats which meant you couldn't see properly and technical hitches which stopped the performance.
maria benden (28Aug13): A must see was amazing the effect was just out of this world had a great night brill
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