In “Blithe Spirit,” by British playwright Noel Coward, the wealthy English socialite, Charles Condomine, is shocked to discover his late first wife, Elvira, has materialized. Hilarity ensues through a complex love triangle where the mischievous Elvira attempts to disrupt his marriage to his second wife, Ruth. First performed in the West End in 1941 where it ran for a record 1,997 performances.
“Can still keep an audience in a state of tickled contentment”
— The New York Times
“A world-class comedy”