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"Harold and Maude" concludes its three-week run at CGT on Oct. 11-13

Ghost & Spice Productions’ “Harold and Maude” Is a Delight, Ends Oct. 11-13 at Common Ground Theatre

Ghost & Spice Productions of Durham strives to maintain a high quality of acting in its small cost-mindful productions; but when an iconic film like Harold and Maude returns to the stage where it originated (and flopped — it closed after four performances), one expects tepid portrayals. After all, who could top the cult classic… Read More ›

Colin Higgins’ Dark Comedy “Harold and Maude” Opens Ghost & Spice’s 11th and Final Season

Ghost & Spice Productions will open its 11th and final season with a gala production of Colin Higgins’ 1983 stage adaptation of the classic 1971 film of his delightful dark comedy “Harold and Maude,” directed by Hal Ashby from a screenplay by Colin Higgins, based on his own 1971 novel, on Sept. 28-30 and Oct. 4-7 and 11-13 at Common Ground Theatre in Durham, NC.


Ghost & Spice celebrates its eleventh and final season with innovative, exciting theater Ghost & Spice Productions, the long-running member of the rich and vibrant Triangle theatre community, promises an exciting and eventful season to showcase its deep and varied talents.  The season, which kicks off in September will feature two full-length plays and a… Read More ›

Jennifer Evans and J. Evarts Star in Ghost & Spice’s Production of Shelagh Delaney’s “A Taste of Honey”

Chapel Hill, NC-based Ghost & Spice Productions will present “A Taste of Honey,” the first full-length play by British playwright and screenwriter Shelagh Delaney (1938-2011), on April 20 and 21 and 26-29 and May 3-5 at Common Ground Theatre in Durham. Delaney was just 18 years old in May 1958, when this controversial play rocked the British theater community, with its interracial romance and frank discussion of sexual matters.

"Last of the Red Hot Lovers" opens on Oct. 7th

A Married Man Fears He Will Miss the Sexual Revolution in “Last of the Red Hot Lovers”

Anxious to join the sexual revolution before it is too late, a middle-aged married man (played by Jeffrey Alguire) lures three very different women to his mother’s unoccupied apartment. He learns that his attempts at seduction are far more difficult and complicated than he could have imagined.