A revival of Noel Cowards’ classic, about a man trapped between his two wives, one living and one dead. More…
Charles Condomine, who is married to his second wife Ruth, invites a spirit into his home in attempt to study the spirit world. His plans go awry when the spirit conjures another spirit to join them- Charles’ first wife.
See it if you enjoy old-fashioned escapism. Blithe Spirit is much ado about nothing...but delightfully so. A very polished period piece.
Don't see it if you expect Lansbury to still be masterful. She was adorable, but elderly. Not as adept as the other actors. The set and costumes are great.
See it if you like a funny play with great acting this is for you. hilarious, and corky at the same time. Blithe Danner was fantastic, as they all
Don't see it if If you don t like fast pace , corky drama. The comedy can be a little hokey but the show moves along nicely.
See it if you still have a chance to see this production with Angela Lansbury. She's the only real reason to see this production, if it still exists.
Don't see it if you don't care for Angela Lansbury, or Noel Coward. It's funny but very dated. (And ultimately kind of forgettable.)
See it if you have the chance. Angela Landsbury is worth the price of admission to any show.
Don't see it if the production has already closed. Which it has. Sucks to be you.
See it if A funny farce with a plum role in its center in the form of Mme. Arcati. Cast her right and the show hits the mark.
Don't see it if OK it's not laugh-a-minute, and could be a bit creaky, but still worth seeing it. You'll at least leave in good spirits.
See it if you love the clever wit of Noel Coward. Seeing the magnificent Angela Lansbury and Christine Ebersole is a real treat.
Don't see it if you don't like to laugh.
See it if you get a chance to see it with Angela Landsbury and enjoy British-style humor - it's well-acted & amusing even if the story is a bit dated
Don't see it if you want to see something more modern and/or fast-paced. It's billed as a comedy, but it's not really LOL-type of funny; a bit cliched.
See it if you just want to see the amazing performers together or if you really love older plays.
Don't see it if you want to see anything fresh. The script is fantastic but nothing is done with it--they rely solely on the performers' popularity.
See it if You Love Angela Lansbury she is wonderful/Hilarious and has still got it, and are ready to laugh
Don't see it if You do not like British humor
See it if You love classic theatre this was the best experience I have ever had attending a show
Don't see it if You hate great theatre if you hate theatre then you must hate the arts this show was fantastic
See it if You want to watch a quirky medium and hilarious couples stuck together as pesky spirits begin to haunt the house.
Don't see it if You have an issue with spirits, seances, and hauntings.
See it if Beatrice Lillie was wonderful. (Who? I'm dating myself.) But if a similar actress revives it, go. Bette Midler?
Don't see it if You don't like clever dialogue.
See it if you like clever comedy. Ruth and Elvira are comedic characters, and the stars in my opinion.
Don't see it if you aren't a fan of excessive dialogue. Little action happens and the action that does takes place in one room.
See it if you've ever wondered if life would be easier if you bumped off your wife.
Don't see it if Haven't wondered if life would be easier if you bumped off your second wife.
See it if You enjoy a cleverly quick witted comedy that when done right will make you laugh out loud.
Don't see it if You want to see a drama about couples moving on with their lives.