Blithe Spirit – Borelians Community Theatre
Charles Condomine is a successful author who is working on his current book, the main character of which is a psychic. He invites his neighbour, self-proclaimed psychic Madame Arcati, to dinner with his wife Ruth and friends, the Bradman’s, to have a séance in order to augment his research. The sceptical Charles is taken aback when Madame Arcati is actually successful in bringing forth a spirit…..Charles’ dead wife, Elvira! Nothing but trouble ensues as Charles scrambles to find a way to return Elvira to the afterlife and return to a peaceful life.
Director Joanne Norman brings a fabulous cast to this Borelian’s Community Theatre production of Noel Coward’s “Blithe Spirit”; veteran members of the group along with new recruits bring their combined talents to the stage at Town Hall 1873 Centre for the Performing Arts.
Opening night is tomorrow! Tickets are $20, with discounts for seniors and students.
Check out the Borelians’ website for more details: www.borelians.ca
Tickets can be purchased at www.townhall1873.ca