With its references to sexually transmitted diseases, euthanasia and incest, Ghosts was one of the most controversial plays of the late 19th century -- a scathing commentary on the morality of the times. Now Henrik Ibsen's 1881 masterpiece gets a fresh "meta-theatrical" adaptation by Greg Allen in this exciting new Mary-Arrchie Theatre Co. production at Chicago's Angel Island Theater. For nearly three decades since marrying the wealthy, charming Captain Alving, Helen has kept a dark secret: the reality of her late husband's many infidelities. Now, with her son Osvald finally back home, a triumphant new life is set to begin and the past will be buried forever. Or will it?