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An article from the L.A. Weekly

by Malgorzata Sikorska-Miszczuk Directed by Katharine Noon Performed by Sarah Broyles, Ronnie Clark, Christel Joy Johnson, Devin Kasper, Doug Sutherland, and Brian Weir Produced by Mark Seldis Scenic Design by Maureen Weiss Stage Manager Nicole Rossi Sponsored by Adam Mickiewicz Institute Małgorzata Sikorska-Miszczuk has written film and TV scripts, short stories, and radio plays, in […]

In July 2011, The Ghost Road Company, with a Cultural Exchange Initiative grant from the City of Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs and support from the Adam Mickiewicz Institute, engaged in a two-week residency with Warsaw’s Studium Teatralne. During this time, Ghost Road Artistic Director Katharine Noon, ensemble members Ronnie Clark, Christel Joy Johnson, […]

A man returns to his boyhood home after 20 years to reconnect with his remaining family. But all is not as it should be – bloody secrets abound and no one recognizes the long lost son. Will his reluctance to reveal himself prove to be his undoing? Inspired by the works and ideas of existential philosopher […]

Info about It Can’t Happen Here Reading

Ghost Road’s adaptation of The Oresteia was presented in its entirety in Spring 2009. A trilogy more than 10 years in the making and inspired in part by The Oresteia, this highly theatrical, multi-media piece explores the intimate lives of one powerful family and their ill-fated decisions born out of vengeance for past wrongs. The […]

Orestes, after murdering his mother, Clytemnestra, in revenge for the murder of his father Agamemnon, is tormented by his actions. This torment comes in the form of the three furies; old family friends and confidantes of Clytemnestra. The furies dredge up old photo albums and family stories in order to pour salt in the wound […]

Elektra, an ensemble devised adaptation of The Libation Bearers, revolves around the dynamics of family and power and how memory can be used as both a way to comfort and to control. Set against the backdrop of the home front after a war abroad, the piece combines songs, text and imagery to explore both the […]