You Had Me At Carol Kane, All The Theater Kid Shenanigans Is Gravy
Do you like Shakespeare? Spookiness? Shenanigans? Good news. Ghost Light’s got it all, including a slew of personality. Its ensemble boasts A Knight’s Tale’s Shannyn Sossamon, The Producers’ Roger Bart, Da Vinci’s Demons’ Tom Riley, 30 Rock’s Scott Adsit, Tell Me A Story’s Danielle Campbell, The Princess Bride’s Cary Elwes, and Carol Kane, the comedy genius whose unique brand of daffy has graced The Princess Bride, Scrooged, Addams Family Values and Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt. This tantalizing cast gathers together to break theatre tradition, letting madness run amuck!
Check out the trailer for Ghost Light:
Here’s the official synopsis:
A band of actors in a traveling Shakespeare company prepare to perform The Tragedy of Macbeth at the rustic Riverside Resort in the mountains of Western Massachusetts. When they arrive at the desolate theater, Thomas and his adulteress lover, Liz Beth, unwittingly trigger a curse when they shout the name “Macbeth” on stage. Soon, a young Appalachian Trail hiker named Juliet (Danielle Campbell), whose seductive charm prompts the cast to invite her to play one of the witches in the production. The terrifying sorcery of the ancient curse that has followed performances of Macbeth for centuries strikes yet again.
Ghost Light will make its digital premiere on June 18.
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