We've Got Spirit
The Ghost Sonata, Swedish playwright August Strindberg’s bleak chamber play, first produced in 1908, focuses on the inhabitants of an apartment building that might actually be a physical manifestation of hell. In the dreamlike sequences, ghosts wander around in the daytime, women are turned into mummies and the utter despair of humanity is writ large. Sounds like the perfect production for Pantagleize Theatre (1400 Henderson St. No. 3, Fort Worth), which is hosting the play — directed by Phil Cerroni as part of its young directors series — on Wednesdays through Sundays until April 14. Tickets cost $10 to $17. Sunday matinees cost $15 and start at 3 p.m. Call 817-810-0850 or visit
Sun., April 7, 2013
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