Ghost the Musical BROADWAY REVIEWS

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Opening Night:
April 23, 2012
Closing:
August 18, 2012

Theater: Lunt-Fontanne Theatre / 205 West 46th Street, New York, NY, 10036

Synopsis: 

Ghost The Musical is a timeless fantasy about the power of love. Walking back to their apartment one night, Sam and Molly are mugged, leaving Sam murdered on a dark street. Sam is trapped as a ghost between this world and the next and unable to leave Molly, who he learns is in grave danger. With the help of a phony storefront psychic, Oda Mae Brown, Sam tries to communicate with Molly in the hope of saving and protecting her.

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  • NEW YORK TIMES REVIEW OF Ghost the Musical

    In a Broadway Afterlife, Time Goes by So Slowly

    Charles Isherwood

    April 23, 2012: Generally speaking, I don’t believe in ghosts. But I’m convinced that the spirits of Alfred Lunt and Lynn Fontanne have taken up temporary residence in the wings of the Broadway theater that bears their names, where the new musical adapted from the popular movie “Ghost” opened on Monday night.

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  • USA TODAY REVIEW OF Ghost the Musical

    Sentimentality, effects lift 'Ghost: The Musical'

    Elysa Gardner

    April 23, 2012: During the second act, a strange noise was heard, and the stage manager announced that the performance would be halted temporarily to resolve a technical problem. (The show's representatives had no official comment on what the issue was.)

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  • ASSOCIATED PRESS REVIEW OF Ghost the Musical

    Broadway musical of ‘Ghost’ is inventively fun with eye-poppingly brilliant effects

    Mark Kennedy

    April 23, 2012: The musical based on the film “Ghost” that just opened on Broadway is said to have originated in London. But it seems to have come from somewhere else: the future.

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  • BACKSTAGE REVIEW OF Ghost the Musical

    Ghost

    Suzy Evans

    April 23, 2012: Someone needs to tell “Ghost” that it’s not a movie anymore. No, not the 1990 film of the same name, which starred Patrick Swayze, Demi Moore, Tony Goldwyn, and Whoopi Goldberg. I’m talking about the identically named musical version, which director Matthew Warchus attempts to give cinematic qualities through the use of stage illusions, recorded videos, and film sequences. Film, however, has the luxury of yelling “Cut!” In the theater the show must go on, even if the expensive stage technology fails.

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  • AM NEW YORK REVIEW OF Ghost the Musical

    Ghost

    Matt Windman

    April 23, 2012: The pottery wheel has been carried over. Same goes for the hit song "Unchained Melody," which is sung countless times. But that hardly helps "Ghost the Musical," a faithful but unmoving and overblown adaptation of the 1990 Patrick Swayze-Demi Moore romantic fantasy that has become an iconic chick flick.

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