directed by Daniel Winters
scenic & lighting design by Andrew Hungerford
costume design by Noelle Johnston
sound & video design by Douglas Borntrager
Prop Design & Scenic Art by Sarah Beth Hall
stage manager: Scott Slucher
music director: Erin McCamley
choreographer: Darnell Pierre Benjamin
vocal coach: Chaslee Schweitzer
(in order of appearance)
Cary Davenport as Ghost
Erin Ward as Ghost
Andrew Ramos as Christopher
Kelly Mengelkoch* as Lily
Adam Tran as Yasuhiro
Brant Russell as Charles
*Appears courtesy of Actors’ Equity Association under a Special Appearance Agreement.
Piano: James Allen
French Horn: Anson Carroll
Bass: Kyle Lane
Clarinets: Taylor Overholt
Trumpets: Alex Strawn
Drums: Brandon Vitruls
Guitar: Cary Davenport, Erin Ward, Brant Russell
Here’s more info on the show from our blog!
It’s 1942 – at the height of World War II – and young Christopher is sent to live with an aunt he’s never met: Lily, the reclusive keeper of a Maine light house. On the rocky shore, Christopher is caught in the middle of a collection of strangers: the patriotic Sheriff Charles; Lily’s Japanese handyman, Yasuhiro; and a pair of ghosts who may or may not be entirely real.
A darkly mysterious musical about our fear of the unknown from the Tony Award winning composer of Spring Awakening and the Tony nominated book writer of Sponge Bob Square Pants.
10 words or less: A pop musical ghost story.
Running Time: 100 minutes, including one 15 minute intermission
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