A dramatization of eternal hell would be preferable to Redtwist's maudlin, moralizing Ghosts

The time, place, and motives are unclear in the humorless production.

Henrik Ibsen’s 1882 exploration of the rot at the core of a prominent family is meant to be a scathing indictment of societal hypocrisy. But in this new take at Redtwist Theatre—adapted and directed by Erin Murray—the result is mostly maudlin moralizing.…

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