Theater Review: In “Ghost Light,” a son confronts historical ghosts, family myths and dark dreams

In Ghost Light, San Francisco history itself is a ghost machine, and every performance is a nightly haunting that serves to re-construct the recent past through the memories of an American witness who is still living among us. Read More


Legacy of late San Francisco mayor George Moscone, eclipsed by Harvey Milk, haunts “Ghost Light”

“Ghost Light” is the first play that resurrects the late San Francisco mayor George Moscone as an iconic historical figure, albeit filtered through a deeply personal and artistic lens. Read More