Henrik Ibsen - Ghosts
By Henrik Ibsen

A powerful and thought-provoking exploration of morals and conventions. Ghosts was written by Ibsen 135 years ago, but the story and characters are still intensely relevant today. A recent London production won a string of Olivier awards, including the award for best revival.

Our director Duncan Milne has been deeply involved with Titirangi Theatre for many years. His last production with us was last year's Messiah on the Frigidaire.

Readthrough: Monday 27th March, 7.30pm at Titirangi Theatre
Find out more by coming to an informal readthrough in the theatre bar. It's an opportunity to meet the director, and read and discuss the script - whether or not you'd like to audition or take part.

Audition: Sunday 2 April, 5.30pm at Titirangi Theatre * (note the later than usual time)
The play has strong roles for men and women, in particular the leading roles of Mrs Helene Alving and her son Oswald:
Mrs. Helene Alving, a widow
Oswald Alving, her son, a painter
Pastor Manders
Jacob Engstrand, a carpenter
Regina Engstrand, Mrs. Alving's maid

Director Duncan Milne