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Ghosts

By Henrik Ibsen
in a new translation by Lanford Wilson
Directed by Peter Marston Sullivan

June 18 – July 18, 2010

presented at The Heartland Studio

Mrs. Alving has spent her entire life keeping secrets about her late husband. As she prepares to open an orphanage in his honor, her only son returns home with a deadly illness, looking for answers, while an old family friend begins digging into the family's past. Trapped in the confines of a strict society, surrounded by a dull overcast countryside, the truths that Mrs. Alving thought long-buried are suddenly returning to haunt her.




CastCrew
  • Helen Alving: Saren Nofs-Snyder
  • Rev. Manders: Steve O'Connell
  • Oswald Alving: Charles Riffenburg IV
  • Regina Engstrand: Florence Ann Romano
  • Jakkob Engstrand: Sean Thomas
  • Scenic Design: Anders Jacobson & Judy Radovsky
  • Lighting Design: Katy Peterson
  • Costume Design: Sarah Putnam
  • Sound Design: Lewis Miller
  • Stage Manager: Stephanie Wilson
  • Producer: Peter Blair

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Rave reviews for Ghosts:

"Absolutely stunning... This is Greek tragedy with a Scandinavian chill." (Recommended)
Hedy Weiss, Chicago Sun-Times

"Peter Marston Sullivan, with an eye to minutiae, delivers a story that is nearly cinematic... Ghosts is as aesthetic as it is exciting, with exquisite and vibrant performances"
TheatreWorld

"A blistering and provocative think piece as served so potently by the Bohemian Theatre Ensemble."
Steadstyle Chicago

"Under P. Marston Sullivan's direction, the cast, uniformly capable, handle potentially melodramatic moments with truth and ease... Ibsen's work, controversial in his time, proves continuously relevant in ours."
Center Stage

"Meticulous and forthright... a jewel of a production"
Chicago Theatre Blog

"A welcome opportunity to see a landmark of modern drama."
John Beer, TimeOut Chicago

"This is a soul searching piece that will bring forth some emotion... certainly worth the trip to Rogers Park."
Chicago Critic