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C. Suzanne

Hudson-Smith, CFRE

Executive Director

A ghost light is an electric light that is left energized on the stage of a theatre when the theatre is unoccupied and would otherwise be completely dark. It is usually placed near center stage.  A popular theatrical superstition holds that every theatre has a ghost, and to appease them, the light is left on at night to provide opportunities for the ghosts to perform onstage, thus preventing them from cursing the theatre or sabotaging the set or production. 

A recurring gift to the Ghost Light Campaign will keep Players by the Sea alive and active for the next 53 years!  A $20 monthly gift to support your community theatre has a huge impact.  

These are funds the theatre can count on each month, allowing us to focus on our mission of bringing you high quality live theatre and providing educational opportunities for the creative youth and adults in our community.



The goal is to attain 100 Ghost Light recurring gifts of $20 per month for a year (or forever) by June 30, 2019. This elite group of one hundred Ghost Lighters will be listed in our Grune Family Gallery for all to see as audiences enter the Main Stage and Studio Theatre.


Ghost Lighters will make sure our fundamental expenses are covered. As a thank you, each Ghost Lighter will receive free admission to the Second Season in the Studio Theatre, special invitations to private readings and Ghost Lighter pricing to special events -- all because you care enough to keep the light burning and power our mission!

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