Just in time for Halloween PPAC brings "Ghost" the musical to the stage with an out-of-this-world performance that offers a little bit for everyone.
While the actors are believable and well-rehearsed the lighting and sound crew really stole the show with the special effects. The illusions are enough to wow the audience as actors "walk through doors," and transition from living to dead.
There is something to be said about the fight scenes where the ghosts take on the each other, and the living. Here, the sound effects really take the scenes from normal to paranormal.
Despite what some think this production goes beyond a tear-jerking drama. The character of Oda Mae Brown and her two side kicks add an element of humor which brings the audience back from the depths of despair.
For those who are not into "sappy" love stories this production goes beyond the traditional boy loves girl plot line and takes the audience through a story of lost love, life, betrayal and revenge.
Ghost the musical is on stage at PPAC from now until October 27. Tickets are available at PPAC.org.