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By Henrik Ibsen

A Family Drama in Three Acts

Translation by Lanford Wilson

Directed by Ken Marini

January 15-February 9, 2014

Steinbright Stage

Author of A Doll’s House, Henrik Ibsen not only tackled scandals, he created them. Ghosts’ scathing commentary on 19th-century morality sparked a fury when it was first produced. In this translation by American icon Lanford Wilson (Burn This), Ibsen’s tale of mothers and sons, moral hypocrisy, and the dangers of secrets passed from one generation to the next remains as incendiary as ever.

Approximate run time is 2 hours with one 15-minute intermission. This production is best enjoyed by ages 14 and up. Please be advised that this production makes use of a fog machine.

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Scoop on Sunday: History, Context, and Gossip
People’s Light continues its program called Scoop on Sundays: History, Context, and Gossip, a lively discussion before every Sunday 7 pm performance. Resident Dramaturg Gina Pisasale will host an artist from the production and get the inside scoop about such things as the rehearsal and production process, design choices, and the world of the play. The program begins at 5:30 in The Farmhouse Bistro on January 19, January 26 and February 9. Cost of $15 includes light fare. Call the Box Office at 610.644.3500.

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Mrs. Helen Alving: Kathryn Petersen*
Oswald Alving: Keith Conallen
Pastor Manders: Ian Merrill Peakes*
Jakkob Enstrand: Peter DeLaurier*
Regina Enstrand: Mary Tuomanen*
Director: Ken Marini
Set Design: James F. Pyne
Costume Designer: Marla Jurglanis
Lighting Designer: Dennis Parichy
Production Stage Manager: Marguerite Price*
Sound Designer: Karin Graybash
Dramaturg: Gina Pisasale
Line Producer: Pete Pryor

* Member, Actors' Equity Association, the Union of Professional Actors and Stage Managers.