Haunting beauty on stage
Whoever doubts love can’t transcend anything, even death, will surely change their minds after watching this one of a kind performance. Based in a 1990 Academy Award-nominated block buster, Ghost the Musical is a Broadway production like nothing we have seen before. Technically close to perfection, this show will transport us to the afterlife through a script adapted by the same screenwriter awarded by the academy for the movie’s original screenplay. The story begins when Sam is tragically murdered in the street. Molly morns her loss in an abyss of sorrow and loneliness, not noticing Sam’s killer is lurking around her home. Realising she is in danger, the ghost of Sam hopes he can warn his love through Oda Mae Brown, a kooky psychic adviser who was played by Whoopi Goldberg in the motion picture.
Refreshing new tunes and stunning stage effects
Displaying plenty of bright, flashing lights to convey New York City’s atmosphere, the technologically advanced set uses plenty of special effects complemented by a sound track that brings back the iconic power of Unchained Melody, a classic hit immortalised by the Righteous Brothers. The production presents an array of new songs magnificently interpreted by the stage artists. Blending cutting–edge technology and good old fashioned stage magic designed by the same illustrator of the films Harry Potter and Hugo, Ghost the Musical is an old-meets-new theatrical wonder that will set your emotions free, whether you are familiar with the story or just seeing it for the first time.
A ‘must-see’ musical in your lifetime
The production opened in London in 2011 and made its Broadway debut in 2012. It has been taking the world by storm from the US, Europe to Asia and has now sold over a million tickets world-wide. It has been nominated for five Olivier Awards including Best Musical and three Tony Awards and was voted the ninth best musical of all time in a radio survey. Ghost the Musical, one of the musicals you should see in your lifetime, will be on stage for eight shows this summer.
Tickets are available from MacauTicket.