Theatre review: Ghosts in Baghdad feels like two very different plays

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Alec Willows as the Iraqi Museum curator Khalil Najim in the Working Spark Theatre production of Ghosts in Baghdad. Photo by Tim Matheson.

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The two acts of the Working Spark Theatre production of Ghosts in Baghdad feel like two very different plays.

In the world premiere of playwright Michelle Deines’s Ghosts in Baghdad, which opened Friday night at Little Mountain Theatre, the first half asks what you are willing to do to survive in face of war.  While that central question might not be new, here Deines uses culture to frame that question, providing characters with different answers.

Read the full review on Vancouver Presents!

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