theatreghosts · Ages 13+ · United States of America

world premiere
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DAVID COOLEY certified reviewer June 21, 2023
A terrific show, fun writing, and great direction. Wonderful use of the space. The cast... wonderful! Jeffrey Johnson, Carolina Rodriguez, Joesy de Palo, and Gareth Williams were splendid!! A great night of theater. ... full review
ROBIN MCDONALD certified reviewer June 15, 2023
Michael Perlmutter's Haunting Rights is a must-see at Hollywood Fringe, especially if you pair it with his other show, Bloodsuckers ... A Survival Guide. Hilarious and heartfelt moments and the performances shine throughout!... full review
MICHAEL FRANCO certified reviewer June 14, 2023
tagged as: great performances
Great and engaging cast led by Jeffrey Johnson , Michael Perlmuter, Carolina Rodriguez and Joesy DePalo. Directed by the great Ann Noble.... full review
GOOGY GRESS certified reviewer June 13, 2023
Loved it! ... full review
KAREN GUTIERREZ certified reviewer June 13, 2023
This play was enormously entertaining!... full review
ANONYMOUS certified reviewer June 13, 2023
Funny, poignant, must-see.... full review
JC GARCIA certified reviewer June 13, 2023
tagged as: well-written · talented cast · smart · fun
An unexpected treat with a talented cast.... full review
MARNIE OLSON certified reviewer June 07, 2023
tagged as: surprising · spirits · clever · sweet · funny · spooky · Haunting · ghosts · theatre
A truly enjoyable night of theatre. As someone already a tad obsessed with theatre ghosts, this was right up my alley. It was an incredibly clever piece of writing - I haven't seen anything like it before, and I couldn't predict where it was going. There were many layers to this piece, at times funny, other times sweet and sad, and the performers were all excellent. ... full review
ANONYMOUS certified reviewer June 07, 2023
tagged as: touching · funny
Funny, touching and all around good time. ... full review
ANONYMOUS certified reviewer June 06, 2023
tagged as: well-acted
A thoughtful, well-directed episodic work whose sympathy shifts unexpectedly from character to character. ... full review