‘Jordan Monsell has trance channelled the Bard in genuine, scholarly and hilarious fashion to celebrate the Ghostbusters in a whole new, old way.’ ~ Dan Aykroyd
Whom wilt thou call?
What if Shakespeare had written Ghostbusters?
Ministers of Grace is a wickedly funny, ruff-and-ready mash-up joyride of one of the best-loved films of all time performed as a Shakespearean classic.
Follow the story of your favourite paranormal eliminators as they tackle all things supernatural in tights, ruffs and iambic pentameter.
Penned by LA playwright and illustrator Jordan Monsell, Ministers of Grace is ideal for Ghostbusters and Shakespeare fanatics alike, this production has it all. Using a cast of 8 actors tackling 33 roles, REDuck ProDUCKtions’ Ministers of Grace features fast-paced comedy, Shakespearean parody, spectral puppetry and Elizabethan folk music with an 80s twist.
Returning to Norwich for a one off performance after a sell-out run at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival before it flies off to Australia for the Adelaide Fringe Festival.
Formed in 2015 by James Ducker and Hayley Evenett, REDuck ProDUCKtions are passionate about bringing new writing to life. From pen to stage, REDuck have been showcasing writing and acting talent across East Anglia through staged rehearsed readings and scratch nights. In 2016, they were nominated for the Norfolk Arts Theatre Award. Ministers of Grace made its world premiere at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in 2018 and sold out for the full run as well as receiving nothing but 5 and 4 star reviews.
‘The show is excellent’
★★★★★ - Fringe Guru
‘Like the Stay Puft Marshmallow Man, it's light, fluffy, nostalgic joy’
★★★★★ – Broadway World
‘A fun-filled and entertaining show that even die-hard Shakespeare fans will like’
★★★★ – Voice Mag UK
‘The cast are magnificent’
★★★★ – The 730 Review
A play fit for The Bard and lovers of 80s nostalgia.
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Running time: 80 minutes
Tickets: First 15 Tickets £10! £12.50/£9 concs.
Bookings: 01603 598646 / Online
Ministers of Grace: The Unauthorised Shakespearean Parody of Ghostbusters