Hanging with Ghosts

23 Jan

Halloween is not the only time for ghosts, in fact there are many hanging out in downtown Chicago at the DC A Storefront theater. The Ghost is Here Vitalist Theater’s  latest production invites the audience to spend some time with ghosts. The mysterious Fukagawa is the guide and Oba the benifactor. The story takes place in post-WWII Japan when this country was readjusting to life after war. The multicultural cast does an amazing job of living with ghosts and trying to help them, maybe even make a profit. The set sprawls the whole stage grounding the mysterious ambiance. Its hot, funny, and strange. A mix of drama, comedy, and music makes for a fun time.

The Ghost is Here: Head downtown and hang with ghosts!

Running Time:  Two hours and forty minutes includes an intermission

At DCA Storefront Theater, 66 E. Randolph

Written by Kobo Abe

Translated by Donald Keene

Directed by Jaclynn Jutting

Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays at 7:30pm

Sundays at 3pm

Thru February 19th

Buy tickets at www.dcatheater.org


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