The University of Mount Union’s Department of Theatre will present “Ghosts” by Henrik Ibsen and translated by Lanford Wilson on November 18, 19 and 20 at 8 p.m. in the Rodman Playhouse.
“Ghosts,” one of Ibsen’s most haunting plays, features a mother and widow, who fights against society’s preconceptions and attitudes in order to do the best for her son.
Under the direction of Rudy Roggenkamp Jr., professor of theatre and Chair of the Department of Theatre, the cast includes Cassey Martin, a junior of Canton, OH as Mrs. Helen Alving; Chris Kelly, a freshman of Lynbrook, NY as Oswald Alving; Tyler Mason, a junior of North Canton, OH as Reverend Manders; Dan Huston, a senior of Salem, OH as Jakkob Engstrand; and Julia Collins, a sophomore of Alliance, OH as Regina Engstrand.
Kelsey Tomlinson, a sophomore of Cuyahoga Falls, OH is the stage manager; Kenny Leep, a sophomore of Stow, OH and Alex Wolfe, a freshman of Atwater, OH are the assistant stage managers; and Deborah J. Lotsof, professor of theatre, is the costume designer for the theatrical performance.
The Rodman Playhouse is located on the corner of Simpson Street and Union Avenue on Mount Union’s campus. Tickets are $8 for general admission. Tickets are complimentary for Mount Union faculty, staff and students. For more information or to order tickets, call (330) 821-2565.