‘Ghost Light’ is Coming in March – and You Can Support the Show!

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Aspie Works is back at the MuCCC in March with the original play Ghost Light!

This meditation on love, grief and theater follows Max Campbell, a director grieving after an accident in his latest production claims the life of an actress.  The performer, Lenny, has now become the theater’s resident ghost.  When Max decides to give up his building with the help of a returning actor and his ghost-hunting reality star girlfriend, secrets and emotional chaos will explode – especially when Lenny gets involved.

Ghost Light was first presented as a workshop in June 2015, after two years of script writing and development.  The script was revised with consulting by acclaimed playwright Maria Brandt.

Frequent Aspie Works collaborator Jacqueline Moe (The Rape of LucreceLove in the Style of Will) directs the production, featuring a prominent ensemble cast including Stephen Cena, Colleen DiVincenzo, James Lockhart and Laura Pratt.  The crew includes Katie Guy as stage manager, Chris Nimick on lighting design, and Louie Podlaski as the poster designer.

As the show is undergoing rehearsals, Aspie Works is teaming with the MuCCC to fund the show via its Indiegogo fundraising campaign.  Proceeds donated will go towards offsetting costs, from costumes and props to marketing and promotion.

If you are not able to contribute to the show’s fundraising campaign, tickets can be purchased soon at MuCCC.org.

If you want to contribute to Ghost Light‘s fundraising campaign, check this link out: https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/aspie-works-presents-ghost-light-at-muccc/

For more details on Ghost Light and on other Aspie Works projects, visit AspieWorks.com or the label’s Facebook and Twitter pages!

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