A picture for the play Ghosts

Ghosts


Ghosts (1881), translated from the German "Gengangere," is a family-drama in three acts, set at a country house near a large fjord in Norway. It premiered in Chicago, Illinois in 1882 by a Danish theater company on tour. Translated by William Archer. Pictured below is the Ghosts stage design by Edvard Munch (1906).

Edvard Munch, Ghosts stage design, 1906

Introduction

Characters

Act First

Act Second

Act Third

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