GHOSTS Haunts Actors Repertory Theatre, Now thru 2/9
Actors Repertory Theatre presents Ghosts, A Family Drama in Three Acts by Henrik Ibsen in a new translation by Lanford Wilson. Directed by Kathleen Akerley and stage managed by Toni Goldberg, the show runs: tonight, January 31, February 1, 6, 7, 8 at 8 PM and February 1, 2, 8, 9 at 3 PM.
The Actors Repertory Theatre ensemble features Christine Champion, Ray Navorio, Jeremey McDougal, JamAl Thomason and Pamela Willis.
This powerful psychological drama exposes the hypocrisy of social conventions and society's moral codes. Mrs. Helen Alving is haunted by her husband's infidelities and the disease he has passed on to their son. Ultimately, she is forced to acknowledge the ghosts that have kept her from living just for the joy of life.
Tickets are FREE and reservations are strongly suggested: 202-333-2202 or Conservatoryofdramaticarts@gmail.com. There is no late seating for this show.
Directions: The Conservatory and Theatre are located in the Georgetown Lutheran Church Building at 1556 Wisconsin Avenue, NW. The Theatre entrance is in the rear of the bulding on Volta Place between Wisconsin Ave. and 33rd Street - second flight of stairs down.
Metro & Parking: Nearby Metro stations: Rosslyn, Foggy Bottom and Dupont Circle and each station is less than a mile walk or short bus ride to the Conservatory. Two-hour street parking is available (tricky on Saturday night) and Georgetown also has several paid parking lots including those located at Prospect Street & Wisconsin Ave. and underground lots at the base of Wisconsin Ave. at Water Street.