What a feat for those actors to carry on an imaginary conversation -- one filled with actual historic names and resonating with the experiences of famous secretaries to famous authors (I think of Henry James's last secretary, who wrote her own...continued
Always an enjoyable theater experience at Quotidian and I am glad that it is back at its original location. Ghost Writer was well acted, well produced, and though provoking. We need these small theater experiences more than ever, and quotidian...continued
Superbly acted, with a lot to say about the creative writing process. The connection between the main characters was palpable. Little humorous moments, and periods of tension added depth to the performance.