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  Ghost-Writer at Writer's Center

Ghost-Writer

Writer's Center
4508 Walsh Street Bethesda

In this haunting love story, novelist Franklin Woolsey dies mid-sentence - but his secretary, Myra, continues to take dictation. Attacked by the skeptical press and Woolsey's jealous widow, Myra sets out to prove she's more than just an artful forger.

Thru - Apr 28, 2019

Fridays: 8:00pm
Saturdays: 2:00pm & 8:00pm
Sundays: 2:00pm



Price: $20 - $35

Box Office: 301-654-8664

www.writer.org



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BroadwayWorld - Somewhat Recommended

"...Quotidian Theatre Company's Ghost-Writer is not a story for everyone - especially those who wish that the script would be a bit more forward-thinking with its storytelling."
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Hannah Wing


DC Metro Theater Arts - Recommended

"...Ghost-Writer is something of a departure for the Quotidian Theatre Company, which prides itself on doing naturalistic plays about the beauty of “quotidian” or everyday life. At the core of this comedy/drama remain several curious riddles, none of which are of the everyday sort – how writers write, how people are drawn to one another, how love dissipates. Nevertheless, Ghost-Story is a haunting play, compellingly told by Quotidian."
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Barbara Mackay


DCTheatreScene - Highly Recommended

"...Director Laura Giannarelli - one of the founding members of Washington Stage Guild and a fine actress in her own right - has staged Ghost Writer with gentle authority, allowing the actors to blossom and Hollinger's play to work its magic. Set designer John Decker has provided a judiciously appointed, Edwardian apartment, in dark wood and just enough period detail to suit the play. The lovely set is aided by the simple yet effective lighting design by Don Slater. The piece de resistance is the work by Stephanie Mumford. Not only did she take the stage as Mrs. Woolsey, Mumford designed the fabulous costumes, providing Vivian with three detailed frocks right out of a 1915 edition of Colliers, and Woolsey's natty suit. Myra's understated ensemble completed the fine detail of the exquisite wardrobe."
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Jeffrey Walker


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