Immersive Show to Take Over Claire Tow Theater

Off-Broadway News   Immersive Show to Take Over Claire Tow Theater The Lincoln Center Theater space will be transformed by Third Rail Projects’ Ghost Light this summer.
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LCT3/Lincoln Center Theater’s Claire Tow Theater will be transformed by Third Rail Projects this summer for the immersive theatre company’s show Ghost Light. The site-specific show will pay tribute to the magic of theatre by inviting audiences to discover unseen corners of the Claire Tow space in a series of real and dreamlike landscapes.

Ghost Light is conceived, directed, and choreographed by Zach Morris and Jennine Willett, written by Morris, and created in collaboration with the company.

The immersive production will run for six weeks beginning June 3 ahead of a June 19 opening.

The cast of Ghost Light will be made up of Donna Ahmadi, Cameron Michael Burns, Elizabeth Carena, Alberto Denis, Joshua Dutton-Reaver, Julia Kelly, Roxanne Kidd, Josh Matthews, Rebekah Morin, Marissa Nielsen-Pincus, Tara O'Con, Edward Rice, Jessy Smith, Niko Tsocanos, Carlton Cyrus Ward, Jennine Willett, and Ryan Wuestewald.

The production will have sets by Brett Banakis, costumes by Montana Blanco, lights by Eric Southern, and sound and original music by Sean Hagerty.

Third Rail Projects is the company behind the long-running immersive Off-Broadway hit, Then She Fell, as well as last season’s acclaimed theatrical Brooklyn experience, The Grand Paradise.

The Claire Tow Theater is located at 150 West 65th Street, New York. For tickets and more information visit lct.org/lct3/.

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