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We’re in development on a new piece called Super Duper and we need your help!


The company is in its final stages on the creation of a new piece called Super Duper, set to open in Spring 2020. This work marks a new direction for the ensemble as we fuse our collaborative techniques with elements of immersive and interactive performance.  A major influence for Super Duper is the Wind Phone, a phone booth constructed on a hilltop garden in a Japanese village with a commanding view of the sea. Connected to nothing but air, this phone provides solace to village survivors of the 2011 tsunami, a way for the living to stay connected with the dead.

Through an experience that is both solitary and communal, Super Duper asks where the truth resides in a world that defines itself by influencers and values manufactured personae. The idea of legacy and who controls it sits at the center of this exploration. Witnessing and engaging in this journey, the audience moves through environments that incorporate mixed media and performance.

As a fan and supporter of Ghost Road, please consider making a tax-deductible donation to help us present the world premiere of Super Duper. All support, no matter how small, makes a Super Duper difference!


$50 | Ghost Road Friend | 1 Super Duper T-shirt

$150 | Super Friend | 2 tickets to the show, 1 Super Duper T-shirt, Opening night VIP reception

$250 | Super Duper Friend | 4 tickets to the show, 2 Super Duper T-shirts, Opening night VIP reception

$500 and above | Super Duper Producer | 6 tickets to the show, 2 Super Duper T-shirts, Opening night VIP reception

You can send checks to Ghost Road at P.O. Box 2323 Culver City 90230.  Please make all checks payable to “The Ghost Road Company.”

You can also donate online through the PayPal Giving Fund or directly to Ghost Road.

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All donations are tax-deductible.

Please support Ghost Road in bringing yet another wonderfully sincere, oddly irreverent, timely theatrical experience to the Los Angeles community.

Thank you,
Ghost Road Company

The Ghost Road Company is a non-profit company. Tax-Exempt ID Number available upon request.

Our Noble Major Donors

    The Department of Cultural Affairs of the City of Los Angeles



LA County Deparment of Arts and Culture

    The Los Angeles County Department of Arts and Culture



Our Wonderful Individual Donors

2018 Donors (to help take Asterion to Poland): Anonymous, Deborah Elizier Adabachi, Alina Ballou, Amy Bridger, Liz Cairns, Patrice Canterelli, Jennifer Chang, Jake D, Suzanne Delle, Robin Eletto, Julian Garcia, Kim Glann, Babbie Green, Sue Hamilton,   Albert Hasson, Tom Jacobson, Phil Larson, Candace Lee, Matthew McCray, Gerald McGrory, Chris Mellon, Robin Mills, Katharine Noon, Steve Nordwick, Damon Northrop, Laurel Ollstein, Precious Ra’Akbar, Rick Rosenthal, Susan Rubin, Jesse Runde, Stephen Rupp, Pat Sagastume, Mark Seldis, Ryland Shelton, Ray Simmons, Avalon Stalter, Nicole Tepe, Cece Tio, Elizabeth Tobias, Michael Wallenstein, Dara Weinberg, Bill/Carolyn Weir, Lara Wickes, Verdell Wilson

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