Blithe Spirit (Broadway, Morosco Theatre, 1943) | Playbill

Blithe Spirit



A theatre-lovers’ favourite ever since it was written, Blithe Spirit is a tug-of-love comedy with a difference: one of the lovers is a ghost. Novelist Charles, hoping to gather material for his next book, asks Madame Arcati (one of the great characters in all of theatre) to conduct a séance in his house. It works too well: his first wife returns from the other side, with predictably disastrous results for his second marriage. Noël Coward at his deadliest.

This is a return engagement of the original Broadway production of Blithe Spirit, which had closed for a summer hiatus. Following this limited run, the production transfers to Philadelphia to begin a national tour.
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