Noel Coward’s comedy Blithe Spirit is the story of a clairvoyant, a novelist, the ghost of his deceased wife, and his current wife trying to sort out all the craziness around her.
In order to create material for his next book, novelist and socialite, Charles Condomine invites Madame Arcati, an
eccentric medium and clairvoyant, to conduct a séance at his home.
The comedy takes off when the ghost of Condomine’s first wife, Elvira, appears. She launches unflagging efforts to wreck Condomine’s marriage to Ruth, his present, pretentious wife who is trying to maintain her control. It’s all the funnier because Ruth cannot see or hear the ghost of Elvira.
7 p.m. Sunday February 17 The Senior Center
Tickets Advance Tickets $8
Tickets at the Door $10
13 and under $5