Time and tide

By MEGAN GRUMBLING  |  October 21, 2009

All ghosts reappear for a bonfire curtain call, where they reprise their rousing tidal refrains. We are part of this tide, too, they tell us. Their superb performances of Stephens's fine work, set in such remarkable places, provide an unforgettable chance to connect with it.

Megan Grumbling can be reached at mgrumbling@hotmail.com.

LAMPLIGHT DIALOGUES: A NIGHTTIME JOURNEY INTO THE GHOST LIVES OF PUDDLE DOCK | written and directed by Kent Stephens | Produced by Harbor Light Stage and the Strawberry Banke Museum, in Portsmouth | through October 25 | 603.433.1107

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