Comedy · theatreghosts · Ages 13+ · 1hr · United States of America

world premiere
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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
JEFF LEBEAU certified reviewer June 05, 2023
Simply one of the most mainline joys in the theatre I’ve had in quite a while! A bit of everything! And a lot of belly laughs! The writing, the direction and the acting are are sensational! So clever and creative- Do NOT miss this show!... full review
ALEXANDER BENESKI certified reviewer June 05, 2023
I had such an amazing time watching this show. The acting was beautiful, the scenes transitioned so smoothly, and the technical elements were beautifully incorporated into the piece.... full review
EMILY FABRETTI certified reviewer June 05, 2023
This show was absolutely stunning in its conviction, relationships, storytelling, COMEDY!!! Absolutely fantastic and connected. ... full review
CINDY D'ANDREA certified reviewer June 06, 2023
tagged as: special · unique · heartbreaking · clever · funny
Bravo!!! Funny, heartbreaking, unique, unpredictable...a blast! This show is exactly what Fringe is all about- an exciting concept- theater ghosts and what happens AFTER the lights go out and the theater closes for the evening.... Two men, Johnny (wink wink) Kennedy(Jeffrey Johnson) and Derek(Michael Perlmutter), yup, just Derek clash after hours as thy vie to be THE theatre ghost, "I was here first.." I'm immediately laughing out loud, Johnny hates Mamet and Derek is desperately trying to connect with his daughter. Two women come in who you think are going to settle the score between Johnny and Derek, but we soon find out, they've got their own complicated existence. The cast is magnificent, the writing so clever, funny and sad at times... full review