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Civic Players’ ‘Blithe Spirit’ among theater openings

Jean T. Carney, Robert L. Hegeman and Cristine Loffredo, from left, rehearse a scene from Noël Coward’s “Blithe Spirit,” opening Friday at the Schenectady Civic Playhouse. (photo: TOM KILLIPS)
Jean T. Carney, Robert L. Hegeman and Cristine Loffredo, from left, rehearse a scene from Noël Coward’s “Blithe Spirit,” opening Friday at the Schenectady Civic Playhouse. (photo: TOM KILLIPS)
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Sally Farrell is bringing Noël Coward back to the Schenectady Civic Playhouse, and as far as she’s concerned he’s coming with his best stuff. “Blithe Spirit,” first performed in London’s West End in 1941, is Coward’s comedy about a seance in which a man’s wife returns from the dead and accidentally kills his present wife. It first appeared on Broadway in 1943 and has enjoyed three revivals, the most recent in 2009. “We’ve done all ...


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