Mar 6 - 15
Fifth Avenue Presbyterian Church
7 West 55th Street
Shana Farr brings Ruth to life in this production of Noël Coward's 1941 high comedy, Blithe Spirit, filled with martinis, seances and yes...ghosts!
Director Nichole Donjé
Assistant Director Roberto Alexander
Produced by Linda Ferm
$25 General Admission | $35 Reserved Seating
Evenings at 7 PM (March 6-14) | Matinees at 2 PM (March 8 & 15)
Preview March 5th at 7 PM $20
*Appearing courtesy of Actor’s Equity Association Equity Approved Showcase
Blithe Spirit features Noël Coward's expertly crafted and effervescent dialogue swimming in dry martinis. Coward's literary style and theatre talent conjures the evanescent magic of swift and spinning entertainment with this high-spirited British drawing room comedy. High jinx and hilarity abound as Charles Condomine, noted novelist, tries to navigate his life between two wives, one worldly and one otherworldly. After he invites a medium, Madame Arcati,to conduct a seance his deceased first wife materializes but only to him. And that's when the fun begins. This delightfully charming revival in three acts is presented by The Fifth Avenue Presbyterian Church Theatre Fellowship in an Equity Showcase performance.