This show was performed in October, 2022.

Written by Flip Kobler and Cindy Marcus
Directed by Patricia Johnson-Brooke

Bethany is bright, strong, independent, beautiful and has zero self esteem. She has brought her fiancée, Floyd, and his mother, Verna, up to her cabin in the woods, the site of the hunting accident that killed Chance… her first husband. Much to her consternation, he or rather, his ghost is still there. Only Bethany can see him, so Floyd and Verna think she is crazy as she frantically tries to get rid of, well, it seems to them nobody. Chance, meanwhile, is doing everything he can to prevent Bethany from marrying Floyd. Bethany even brings in a delightfully kooky psychic to help deal with the ghost of Chance.

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  • Suitable for:

    Adults & older children 12+.
    Some suggestive dialog.
    Parental Guidance.

  • Comedy - Romance

    Light entertainment.
    Comedy with a bit of romance.

  • Relaxed Performance*

    *Click the title to read more about "Relaxed Performances"

Audience Reactions:

Fabulous & Hilarious

Thanks to rctheatreco for their presentation of Noel Coward’s Blithe Spirit at the Surrey Arts Centre. It is a fabulous & hilarious production featuring Ellie King as Madame Arcati plus other local artists.

Linda Annis
Surrey Councillor

Thoroughly Delightful!

We were in the audience at Surrey Arts Centre last night. The play was thoroughly delightful. You were your always talented and artistic self and the audience loved you for it. We went home and checked out the 1949 Blithe Spirit movie with Margaret Rutherford. So wonderful to be back at live theatre. Thank you to all who made this happen.

Penny Priddy

Excellent!

Excellent!

Deb Nelson

Really Enjoyed It

We saw this show tonight and really enjoyed it!

Rebecca Bea

Clever Personalities

We all enjoyed the laughter last night! Thanks for clever personalities flair, story & neat set with spooky moving parts! Look forward to more this season!

Pattie Petrala

Delightful!

We were in the audience @surreyartscentre last night. The play was thoroughly delightful. You were your always talented and artistic self and the audience loved you for it. We went home and checked out the 1949 Blithe Spirit movie with Margaret Rutherford. So wonderful to be back at live theatre. Thank you to all who made this happen.

Penny Priddy

Cast:

Show-Dates-A6

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Surrey Arts Centre

03:30pmOCT 15
07:30pmOCT 14 | 15
  
Anvil Centre
03:30pmOCT 22 & 23 & 29
07:30pmOCT 22 | 26* - 29
  

“Ghost of a Chance” is presented by arrangement with Concord Theatricals on behalf of Samuel French Inc. www.concordtheatricals.com

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