MCT Presents Ghost Light Theater: Interview After Dark
MCT is happy to announce its first digital production of the stay-at-home era. We will be presenting these videos under the banner of MCT Presents Ghost Light Theater. In the theater, a “ghost light” is a light, often a single bulb on a stand, that illuminates the stage when the theater is dark, i.e., when no production is being presented. It can be simply between performances or when there is a more extended absence of productions. We thought it fitting for this time.
We will continue posting new material as it becomes available. The material will include short plays (many from local playwrights), monologues, panels of theater experts, musical pieces, and videos of past shows. We hope you will enjoy this potpourri of work, and welcome requests and suggestions.
Our first production for Ghost Light Theater is the 10-minute play, Interview After Dark, written by our own David Leach, who has been seen in many MCT shows, including just in the last two years, “The Cherry Orchard,” “Julius Caesar,” “Rapture, Blister, Burn,” and “Sordid Lives.” David also stars in the show, along with Peter Gelblum, MCT’s President, who has performed in many MCT shows, including “Julius Caesar,” and directed many more, including the recent productions of “Rapture, Blister, Burn,” “Miracle on 34th Street,” “Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike,” and “Other Desert Cities.”