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Date posted: 06/18/2014

Have a Hauntingly Fun Experience with Ghost the Musical at the Pantages!

Academy Award Nominee for Best Picture, Ghost, is an incredible movie about a transcending love story and the movie has recently been adapted to play on the live stage! Ghost the Musical is an incredible retelling of the beloved movie classic. Watch Ghost the Musical at the Hollywood Pantages Theatre in Hollywood, California. The show begins from June 27th through July 13th. Get your tickets now! Broadway musical fans staying at hotels close to Pantages Theatre should definitely attend this award winning show! 

Ghost the Musical was adapted for the live stage by Bruce Joel Rubin, who was the Academy Award winner for best screenwriter of the movie. The brand new Broadway musical also features an entirely original score that was written through a collaboration of multiple Grammy Award winners. Some of these Grammy Award winners include Dave Stewart and Glen Ballard, who co wrote the album Jagged Little Pill that became a multi-platinum album.

Ghost the Musical follows the story of Sam and Molly, a young couple who are very much in love. One night, while walking home to their apartment, the couple is suddenly mugged and Sam is shockingly killed. Sam then becomes stuck between the world of the living and the dead, unable to move on. He soon realizes that Molly is in terrible danger and must try to warn her despite the fact that he is unable to communicate with her. Unsure of what to do, he turns to Oda Mae Brown, a phony storefront psychic, and together the two try to protect Molly and avenge Sam’s death.

This brand new musical lasts for 2 hours and 30 minutes. This includes the time of intermission. The show is for attendees 12 years old and over, and everyone must have a ticket to enter. The show will play every Sunday at 1pm with a second performance at 8pm. On Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays the play is performed only once at 8pm. On Saturdays there are two showings at 2pm and 8pm. There are no showings on Monday. Tickets start at $54.

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