The story in the play Ghost Writer
has many different themes, all of which will attract attention. The story is set in New York City in 1919, where a novelist
named Franklin Woosley dies will dictating his latest creation. His secretary, Myra, continues to take his dictation, but
skeptics don't believe that the manuscript is getting finished. Her cause is further complicated by the fact that women's
suffrage hasn't yet been reached.
The deep and intriguing themes of Ghost Writer will hardly be a surprise to those familiar with the playwright. Ghost Writer
is from the creative genius of Michael Hollinger. Hollinger has created other critically-acclaimed shows like Opus, Tooth
and Claw, Red Herring and many others. Seeing one of his shows tends to be a thought-provoking theater experience.
It seems only fitting that a memorable story like Ghost Writer would get a fantastic setting when it comes to Philadelphia.
Ghost Writer is staged at the famous Arden
Theatre in Philadelphia. The history of the Arden Theatre Company dates back to 1988, and the theater has been staging
innovative shows in the decades since its inception.