Ghost’D: A Journey Through Time + Space
New York’s theater scene is going to the ghouls with the arrival of a new scripted comedy,
Ghost’D: A Journey Through Time + Space, written and directed by Jeffrey Elizabeth Copeland. Copeland, a veteran of the city’s improv and comedy scenes, makes her narrative scripted debut at the Brooklyn Comedy Collective, as the writer-director-performer.
Copeland is joined by an all-star cast, including comedy darling Melvin Taylor II leading the
ensemble as the 1940s, slick-talking ghost, Marv, and The Art of Killing It star, Aarlon LaRoche, as the paranormal-obsessed pothead, Pete.
Together, the unlikely trio bands together to help solve Marv’s murder from nearly 60 years ago, confronting racism, misogyny, and sometimes themselves, as they unpack his and their troubled pasts.
“I love this story because sometimes we all feel alone, but through our found family we can truly find ourselves,” said Copeland, 29, who has created sold-out comedy shows in New York City and Baltimore. “And, who doesn’t love a good laugh?”
Ghost’d also features Odion-Victoria Igbavboa, Andrew J. Barlow, and Joseph Elijah Evans.
Ghost’d is schedule to run Sept. 10 and Sept. 24 at 7P at Brooklyn Comedy Collective.
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