Ticket to The McKittrick Hotel Presents "Ghost Quartet" + Drink
One Ticket to "Ghost Quartet" Includes One Drink An Eerie, Fascinating Night of Theater and Music Choice of a Performance Through May For a musical evening about love, death, and whiskey, pick up this deal for one ticket to a special, limited performance of "Ghost Quartet" at The McKittrick Hotel. Called "rapturous and exultant" by the New York Times, this blend of four interwoven narratives composed by Dave Malloy ("Natasha, Pierre, and the Great Comet of 1812") spans seven centuries and combines everything from warped fairy tales to Edgar Allen Poe, contemporary crime, and more, in this must-see, one-of-a-kind show.
The mournful sound of music is something that I appreciate. It echoes the sadness that I feel occasionally, and provides me with an outlet of sympathy, and imagined compassion on part of those other people who have provided me with a connection to a part of myself that I was struggling with.
That, I suppose is the nature of catharsis.
It is interesting to realize that the role of an artist is to help us to connect with emotions which we are not feeling ourselves.
In that sense, the artist is actually a type of doctor, or a holy person - who administers to the human spirit.