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- Three Little Words
- Sam's Murder
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- Suspend My Disbelief / I Had a Life
- Rain / Hold On
- Unchained Melody (Reprise)
- Life Turns On a Dime
- Talkin' 'Bout a Miracle
- Nothing Stops Another Day
- I'm Outta Here
- Unchained Melody / The Love Inside
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Ghost follows the story of Sam and Molly, a couple whose lives are forever changed when Sam’s life is tragically taken away. As a ghost, Sam remains tethered to the world in order to protect Molly and uncover the truth behind his untimely demise. With the help of a psychic named Oda Mae Brown, Sam embarks on a journey to communicate with Molly and ensure her safety, leading to unexpected revelations and a profound exploration of love, loss, and the afterlife.
Music/Lyrics: Dave Stewart, Glen Ballard
Lyrics/Book: Bruce Joel Rubin
Musical Type: Contemporary (2011)
Cast Size: 20+
Genre: Fantasy / Romantic Thriller
Setting: Present/ NYC
Original Cast (2011)➝
Audition Songs: Theatre Trip
Licensing: Theatrical Rights➝
Sheet Music: Musicnotes➝
2010s , Based on a Movie , Dark , Fantasy , One-Word , Pop/Rock , Romance , Scary
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- After a young man is murdered, his spirit stays behind to warn his lover of impending danger, with the help of a reluctant psychic.
- Sam Wheat is a banker, Molly Jensen is an artist, and the two are madly in love. However, when Sam is murdered by friend and corrupt business partner Carl Bruner over a shady business deal, he is left to roam the Earth as a powerless spirit. When he learns of Carl's betrayal, Sam must seek the help of psychic Oda Mae Brown to set things right and protect Molly from Carl and his goons. — Jwelch5742
- Even though Sam Wheat, the successful investment counsellor, still finds it difficult to express his deeper feelings for her after all these years, his young potter girlfriend, Molly Jensen, is the love of his life. However, a curious case of a systematic discrepancy will prepare the ground for a hideous urban homicide in one of Manhattan's dark alleys, trapping, seemingly forever, the unfortunate deceased's immortal soul in the realm of the mortals. With the condemned spirit unable to interact with the physical world--and as Molly's life, too, is in grave danger--Sam will have to turn to the spiritual medium, Oda Mae Brown, to warn and protect her. Can Oda and the ghost settle the unfinished business in time? — Nick Riganas
- Sam and Molly are a very happy couple and deeply in love. Walking back to their new apartment after a night out at the theater, they encounter a thief in a dark alley, and Sam is murdered. He finds himself trapped as a ghost and realizes that his death was no accident. He must warn Molly about the danger that she is in. But as a ghost he can not be seen or heard by the living, and so he tries to communicate with Molly through Oda Mae Brown, a psychic who didn't even realize that her powers are real. — Sami Al-Taher <[email protected]>
- Sam Wheat is a bank executive, who has moved in with his girlfriend, Molly. One night while out on a date, a man comes out of nowhere and pulls out a gun and demands Sam's wallet, Sam was about to give it to him when a scuffle broke out and Sam was killed. But Sam's spirit remains on Earth and is walking around and encounters other spirits, who tell him about his transformation. Sam hangs around Molly, despite her not knowing he is watching over her. One day the man who killed him breaks into the apartment and Sam stops him before he could do anything to Molly. Sam follows him and discovers where he lives, but unfortunately can't tell anyone. Sam then meets a supposed psychic, Oda Mae Brown, who is so obviously a huckster, but who doesn't know that she can hear the dead, so when Sam speaks, she hears him. He convinces her to tell Molly about the guy who broke into the apartment. Molly then goes to the police and they in turn tell her that Oda Mae's a con woman. She then tells her friend, Carl about what Oda Mae told her. He goes to investigate, and Sam goes with him and discovers something terrible. — [email protected]
- Sam Wheat (Patrick Swayze), a banker, and Molly Jensen (Demi Moore), a talented potter, are a loving couple who move into a New York City apartment. While they work at some minor renovations, Sam finds an old penny, tell Molly to keep it for luck. At work, Sam discovers discrepancies in some bank accounts and confides in his good friend and colleague, Carl Bruner (Tony Goldwyn). Carl offers to investigate the matter, but Sam decides to investigate himself. Soon afterward, Sam and Molly are attacked by armed thug Willy Lopez (Rick Aviles), after leaving a theater and Sam is killed by a gunshot in an ensuing fight with Willy. Sam chases after his killer but Willy escapes. When Sam goes back to the scene, he sees Molly distraught and cradling his body. A white light appears that beckons Sam to the heavens but he refuses to go. However, he quickly realizes Molly can't see or hear him. Sam hangs around his and Molly's old apartment, upset that he can't communicate with Molly and that she's horribly depressed over his murder. Molly is visited by Carl, who talks her into going out for a short walk. While she's gone, Willy appears and searches the place. When Molly returns, Sam scares their cat into attacking Willy, who flees. Sam follows him to Brooklyn and finds out his name, but realizes he's powerless to stop Willy attacking Molly again. When he walks out of Willy's place, he spots the storefront of Oda Mae Brown (Whoopi Goldberg), a paranormal medium. An expert con-artist, Oda Mae bilks her clients out of their money, claiming she can talk to their deceased relatives. Sam quickly realizes Oda Mae can hear him. Oda Mae is persuaded by Sam to tell Molly that she is in danger because Willy still has his wallet containing their address, but Molly is still in shock and will not believe Oda Mae. Carl convinces Molly that Oda Mae is a fraud. Sam discovers that Carl was involved in a money laundering scheme at the bank and that the attack was an attempt by Carl to acquire Sam's security codes. Molly remains unconvinced by Oda Mae's messages and even talks to the Police, but they inform her that Oda Mae is a known confidence trickster. Sam learns from an hostile New York City subway poltergeist (Vincent Schiavelli) how to master the skill of moving solid objects by his mental powers alone. He persuades Oda Mae to thwart Carl's money laundering scheme by impersonating the owner of Carl's fake bank account. With Sam sitting next to her unseen, she withdraws the balance and closes the account, receiving a cashier's check. When they exit the bank, Sam talks Oda Mae into donating the amount -- $4 million -- to a pair of nuns raising money for a homeless shelter. Oda Mae is very upset but Sam convinces her that keeping it would threaten her safety. Carl is desperate when he cannot access the fake bank account which is now closed. When he visits Molly to find out if she knows anything, she tells him she was at the bank at the same time as Oda Mae. Carl quickly deduces that Oda Mae closed the account. Believing that Sam is somehow listening, he threatens to kill Molly if it isn't returned. Sam goes to Oda Mae's apartment and warns her that Carl and Willy are coming for her. Oda Mae and her assistants try to hide. Sam comes to their aid and attacks Willy. Terror-stricken, Willy attempts to escape from Sam but is killed in a traffic accident. Willy's ghost arises, only to be grabbed by a group of howling demons and pulled into the shadows, presumably to Hell. Afterward, Sam and Oda Mae return to Molly's apartment to warn her about Carl, but she refuses to let her in and breaks down in grief. Sam enters the apartment and tells Ode Mae to push a penny under the front door, which Sam lifts into the air in front of Molly, recalling the antique penny they'd found when they moved in. Astonished, she finally realizes the truth and lets Ode Mae inside. After calling the Police about Carl, Ode Mae allows Sam to possess her body, allowing him and Molly to share a dance one final time. Carl arrives, prepared to murder Molly and Oda Mae, but they flee. Sam is left momentarily weakened by the possession, leaving Molly and Oda Mae to fend for themselves against Carl. After evading him for a brief time, he seizes Ode Mae and threatens her at gunpoint for the money. Molly comes to Oda Mae's rescue and is knocked aside just as a fully recovered Sam arrives to help them. Finally, Carl attempts to flee through a nearby window, but not before flinging a scaffolding hook in Sam's direction. The hook swings back and partially shatters the glass in the upper part of the window, which plummets down on Carl as he is climbing through, impaling him through the chest. Carl becomes a ghost himself much to his astonishment and to Sam's grief. Sam then watches in silence as the shadowy demons arrive and drag the screaming Carl away into the darkness. As Sam goes to Oda Mae and Molly and asks if they are all right, Molly suddenly realizes that she can hear him. As a heavenly light begins to fill the room, Sam becomes fully visible to both Molly and Oda Mae. Sam looks behind him and sees hundreds of people, presumably angels. Now realizing that his task is completed, he can finally move on. After thanking Oda Mae for everything she has done to help him, Sam says an emotional farewell to Molly and departs to the after life.
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- Book & Lyrics: Bruce Joel Rubin
- Music & Lyrics: Dave Stewart
- Music & Lyrics: Glen Ballard
Adapted from the hit film by its Academy Award-winning screenwriter, Bruce Joel Rubin, GHOST THE MUSICAL follows Sam and Molly, a young couple whose connection takes a shocking turn after Sam’s untimely death. The bond of love transcends the boundaries of life itself to grow stronger and more fully realized. Trapped between two worlds, Sam refuses to leave Molly when he learns she is in grave danger. Desperate to communicate with her, he turns to a storefront psychic, Oda Mae Brown, who helps him protect Molly and avenge his death. GHOST THE MUSICAL is a poignant romance that builds comedy, suspense, and deeply felt emotion to an ethereal climax that audiences will never forget.
Sam Wheat and Molly Jensen are deeply in love. Their history together is full of happy memories, vacations, photographs and now a newly shared apartment in Brooklyn – they can’t afford Manhattan! Sam is a high-powered banker who has control of numerous accounts and millions and millions of dollars. He works with Carl Bruner, a good friend who comes round to the apartment and shares takeaways and beers with Sam and Molly. Molly is an artist, often working from home, hence the need for the large loft apartment. Perhaps the only downside to their idyllic existence is Sam’s inability to tell Molly that he loves her, only ever using the word “ditto.” Out together one night, Sam and Molly are set upon by a mugger, intent on stealing Sam’s wallet. Sam offers him money, but this is not enough for the mugger, Willie Lopez, who is fixated with the wallet, which we later learn contains the passwords to the accounts which Sam has control of. In the struggle that ensues, a shot rings out. As Sam staggers away from Willie, he notices that Molly is crouched desperately over a body. His body. Sam’s body is taken to hospital, where he dies on the operating table. Sam’s ghost is stuck between worlds, confused and alone, until he is befriended by a friendly ghost who explains about his current situation. Sam begins to learn how the spirit world works, but he cannot do the one thing that he needs to do, which is communicate with Molly. Sam finds himself at the parlour of Oda Mae Brown, a dodgy psychic who specialises in conning money our of vulnerable widows. He realises that Oda Mae can hear him and he persuades her to visit Molly. Initially cynical, Molly begins to believe Oda Mae when she tells her private things about her life with Sam. However, in the background, Carl is determined that Molly should not believe Oda Mae. Sam follows Carl to the flat of Willie Lopez, believing that he is going to confront him, only to discover that the mugging was at Carl’s instigation, with the purpose of obtaining the passwords and transferring money from Sam’s accounts to his. Molly finds it harder and harder to cope with Sam’s loss and, despite Carl’s best efforts to help her to forget her fiance, Molly sinks further into her grief. Meanwhile, Sam is working to thwart Carl’s plan. With the help of a ghost on the subway, he learns how to move objects with the power of his mind, before beginning to haunt Carl, typing the word “murderer” onto his computer screen. Of course, Carl does not see Sam, so is traumatised by this turn of events. Sam persuades Oda Mae to help him once more, this time to become a fictitious account customer, the owner of an account that Carl has created as part of his scam. As “Rita Miller”, Oda Mae enters the bank and makes a withdrawal, with Sam giving her pointers to stop her real identity being revealed. Oda Mae can’t believe her ears when she is told that she is about to withdraw $10 million and leaves, somewhat unsteadily, with a bankers cheque made out to this amount. Oda Mae considers what she is going to do with her newfound wealth, but Sam makes her give the money away. They return to Molly, just in time before Carl arrives, desperate for the cheque that “Rita Miller” has withdrawn. In the struggle the ensues, Carl dies and is consumed by the shadows of death. Sam and Molly realise that is time for them to say goodbye for the last time. Sam thanks Oda Mae and, for the first time, is able to tell Molly that he loves her, before ascending up into the light of happiness and eternal life.
Book & Lyrics by BRUCE JOEL RUBIN
Music & Lyrics by DAVE STEWART & GLEN BALLARD
Based on the Paramount Pictures film written by Bruce Joel Rubin
Original West End Production Produced by Colin Ingram, David Garfinkle, Adam Silberman, Land Line Productions, Donovan Mannato, Michael Edwards / Carole Winter
“Unchained Melody” written by Hy Zaret and Alex North, courtesy of Unchained Melody Publishing LLC
Orchestrations by David Abbinanti
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Note: Where race and ethnicity are indicated, they should be honored. Where race or ethnicity are not indicated, that does not by default indicate whiteness, but rather that a character can be of any race or ethnicity.
MOLLY JENSEN (Female)
CARL BRUNER (Male)
SAM WHEAT (Male)
WILLIE LOPEZ (Puerto Rican Male)
HOSPITAL GHOST (Male)
GHOSTS IN HOSPITAL (M/F)
HIGHER SPIRITS (M/F)
SUBWAY GHOST (Male)
LOUISE (Black Female)
CLARA (Black Female)
MRS. SANTIAGO (Female)
ODA MAE BROWN (Black Female)
DET. BEIDERMAN (M/F)
SOBBING WOMAN (Female)
HENRY – A GHOST (Male)
ORLANDO – A GHOST (Male)
PARLOR GHOSTS (M/F)
NUN 1 (Female)
NUN 2 (Female)
Piano/Conductor (Keyboard 1)
Utility (Keyboard 2, Acoustic Guitar)
Reed (Flute, Clarinet, Alto Sax & Tenor Sax)
Trumpet (doubling Flugelhorn)
Violin (doubling waterphone)
Guitar (Electric, Acoustic, e-bow)
Drums/Percussion (Drum Set, Triangle, Shaker, Tambourine)
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Prosceneium Ltd. Sladen Wood Mill Todmorden Road Littleborough Rochdale OL15 9EW Tel: 01706 377226 Fax: 01706 371953 Contact: Gary Hookham 01706 377226, [email protected]
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- Here Right Now
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- Three Little Words
- Are You a Believer?
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- Rain/Hold On
- Life Turns on a Dime
- Talkin' 'bout a Miracle
- Nothing Stops Another Day
- I'm Outta Here
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