Since the death of her charismatic but abusive husband, Helene Alving has been treading water in a sea of empty days. What keeps her going is a deeply held belief that salvation can only lie in telling her son Oswald the truth about his father. But when Oswald returns after living as an artist in France, he has his own truth to reveal: he is already living the consequences of his father’s life…
Pam and I wanted to work together again after The Glass Menagerie and we both independently came to Ghosts. It’s a play from over a century ago about a woman who tries to find a way to deal with the Problem of Men, of male sexual aggression. It’s just a classic, riveting masterpiece. – Eamon
Writer Henrik Ibsen
Director Eamon Flack
Set Designer Michael Hankin
Costume Designer Mel Page
Lighting Designer Nick Schlieper
Composer & Sound Designer Stefan Gregory
Stage Manager Luke McGettigan
Assistant Stage Manager Kaytlin Petrarca
Tuesday & Wednesday 6.30pm
Thursday & Friday 8pm
Saturday 2pm & 8pm
8pm, 16 September
6.30pm, 17 September
8pm, 19 September
Opening Night (invitation only)
8pm, 20 September
2pm, 5 October
2pm, 14 October
2pm, 21 October
3pm, 10 September
Belvoir’s ticket prices can be dynamically adjusted either up or down without notice. This can apply to a small number of tickets in response to demand for a specific performance date or time. Full ticket terms and conditions can be found on the Ticket Prices page.
|Subscriber Discount Rate||$67|
|Seniors*/Industry**/Groups (10 or more)||$62|
† Concession prices are available with a full-time Australian student card, all Centrelink Pensioner concession cards and Veteran Affairs’ cards.
** Industry prices are available to members of Actors Equity (MEAA), AACTA, ASMA, ASDA, ARDA, AFTT, Australian Academy of Dramatic Arts, Actors Centre, Performance Space, Australian Writers’ Guild, Artshub and the NSW Writers’ Centre.
# 30-Down and Student Saver prices are available for Previews, Wednesday evening, Thursday evening, Friday evening, Saturday matinee, Saturday evening.
Some of our productions at Belvoir may contain strong language, smoking, nudity, violence, strobe lighting, haze or other things you may find confronting or uncomfortable. If you are concerned about any of these please ask our Box Office staff about content when booking.
Ibsen has created a masterpiece of dramatic structure.Ben Neutze | Daily Review
Ghosts, after all, remains the great historical example of a single play’s power to disturb.Ben Brantley | The New York Times