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2022-2023 Season

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Scab by Sheila Callaghan

Directed by: LilaGrace Lara

Assistant Directed by: Hannah Rose Richards

     Anima's sphere of desperation and self-destruction is invaded by the arrival of her perky new roommate, Christa. Moved by a particularly malevolent statue of the Virgin Mary and a houseplant named Susan, Anima and Christa soon enter into a profound and intimate friendship that incurs traumatic results.


October 21st @7:30 p.m.

October 22nd @2:00 p.m. and @7:30 p.m.

October 23rd @7:30 p.m.

*All performances will be held in Meek Auditorium

UNRAVEL by Ashley Wingo

Directed by: Ashley Wingo

Assistant Directed by: Kaitlyn Clayton

     UNRAVEL - A visual odyssey out of the darkness and into the light

     UNRAVEL is a retelling of the living experience through a global pandemic as a devised piece of physical theatre. The company will create this show collectively, incorporating multiple elements like dynamic movement, sound, music, text, and other performance elements.


December 1st @12:25 the Commons

December 2nd @4:25 p.m. in the Commons


December 4th @2:00 p.m. in the Turner Center Studio

Small Mouth Sounds by Bess Wohl

Directed by: Reese Overstreet

Assistant Directed by: Caiden Craddock

     In the overwhelming quiet of the woods, six runaways from city life embark on a silent retreat. As these strangers confront internal demons both profound and absurd, their vows of silence collide with the achingly human need to connect. Filled with awkward humor, this strange and compassionate new play asks how we address life's biggest questions when words fail us.

Performance Dates & Poster TBA!

Stay Tuned!

Meet the Directors

LilaGrace Lara is a senior in the BFA Acting for Stage & Screen program. She has directed Trail to Oregon and Assistant Directed Dog Sees God and Legally Blonde the Musical in her time at the University of Mississippi. When not in rehearsal, she can be seen cuddling Emma the Cat and eating Rice and Spice with her besties, Butters and Mia. She is very excited to direct Scab, a play about two roommates navigating their mid-twenties and all that comes with adulthood, and she hopes that you'll come and support the show!

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Ashley Wingo is a senior in the BFA Acting for Stage & Screen program at Ole Miss. She is excited to direct her first show for Ghostlight Repertory Theatre! She most looks forward to giving the public a look through her lenses of what it means to tell a story through the movement of the body, and how it can transcend a space. Ashley currently serves as Performance Chair for Alpha Psi Omega, and is an active participant in all APO and Ghostlight events. Outside of acting, she spends her time as a student employee at Campus Recreation at Ole Miss, and she has been a resident of Oxford for three years. Ashley is proud to be stepping into this production and gives endless thanks to her family, friends, and mentors who have helped her along the way.

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Reese Overstreet is a senior BFA Acting for Stage & Screen major from Jackson, MS. She is thrilled to be directing her third project with Ghostlight Repertory! Overstreet directed an original work called How Far We Have to Go, which followed the role of women in plays throughout history. She has also worked as a choreographer for The Ashen Crown. She currently serves as the President of Alpha Psi Omega and is a Liberal Arts ambassador for the University. She would like to thank her family and roommates for the constant support and hugs.

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