Ghost Light: The Haunting
The ghost of a Japanese-American actress returns to wreak vengeance on the ambitious husband who betrayed her in this contemporary fusion of MACBETH and the Kabuki YOTSUYA GHOST TALES.
The year is 2010. Japanese-American actress, Keiko (Kay) Tamiya, descendant of the original Oiwa, gives birth to a baby girl AND wins a Primetime Emmy all on the same day. Her husband and co-star, Bryan Eamon Quinn, also nominated, loses out to his arch rival. Kay and Bryan are riding high as America's favorite couple with an unbreakable contract binding them together --- love, devotion, partners at home and at work ...
When both are offered the leads in MACBETH on Broadway, Bryan's thrill at playing the role of a lifetime is dashed by Keiko's disgust at the director's concept for Lady Macbeth: a stereotypical, derogatory depiction of Asian women. Keiko rejects the job and wants Bryan to stand in solidarity and give up his plum part as well.
TBG Theater (View)
312 W 36th Street
New York, NY 10018
|Minimum Age: 8|
|Dog Friendly: No|