Decent exposure: Melbourne’s Ghost the Musical opening night

Pottery was never seen as an aphrodisiac until Ghost came along.

Pottery was never seen as an aphrodisiac until Ghost came along.

Clairvoyants, pottery teachers and Righteous Brothers CDs are set for a boost, with spectacular Ghost the Musical off and running at The Regent Theatre.

The illusion-filled show received a standing ovation from the alive at its February 6 opening and, should the spirit world exist, a no-doubt equally heartfelt reception from Melbourne theatre lovers now deceased.

Here’s hoping original Ghost star, the late Patrick Swayze, was a special afterlife guest; he’d have loved what he saw!

Pottery was never seen as an aphrodisiac until Ghost came along.

Photos & words by Stephen McKenzie

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