When I first moved to Ohio, it was Great Lakes Theater and the beautifully restored Hanna Theatre that sparked my love affair with Cleveland theatre.
Unfortunately, it's been a year or so since I'd been back and I've been going through withdrawal.
A recent performance of Noel Coward’s Blithe Spirit (now onstage through March 10) was the perfect reunion.
Written in the 1940s during the height of the London blitz, Blithe Spirit is a witty escapist comedy about – of all things – death.
When novelist Charles Condomine (modeled very much after Coward’s larger-than-life personality) hosts a seance, things get a bit strange.
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