Blithe Spirit 1943

Opened: September 6, 1943

Blithe Spirit - 1943 - Broadway History , Info & More

Morosco Theatre
217 West 45th Street New York, NY

Blithe Spirit is a classic comedy play, written by Noël Coward in 1941. The play follows the story of novelist Charles Condomine who, hoping to gather material for his next book, invites eccentric medium Madame Arcati to conduct a séance in his home. The séance proves a little too successful when it accidentally conjures the ghost of Charles' deceased first wife, Elvira. This comedic situation unfolds as Charles struggles to deal with his formidable first wife's return, all while trying to keep it a secret from his very much alive second wife, Ruth. The play was a massive success, running for nearly 2,000 performances in London's West End alone. It has been revived numerous times and even adapted into a 1945 film of the same name.




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1941   Broadway
Broadway
1943   Broadway
Broadway
1987   Broadway
Broadway
2009   Broadway Broadway Revival
Broadway
2011   West End London Production
West End
2014   West End West End Revival Production
West End
2014   US Tour 1st National Tour
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2021   West End
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