Sam Wheat, played by actor Steven Grant Douglas, is a kooky amateur musician, ardent lover, stilted in his manners and somewhat distracted at work. He sings a fun take on "Unchained Melody" which is featured several times in several forms.
Molly Jenson, played by Katie Postotnik, sings heartfelt arias that soar and are pretty much understandable by the audience. She plays a heartbroken lover, friend and is somewhat intimidated by the arrival of psychic Odd Mae Brown.
The ghosts are quite convincing songsters and annoyances, but the Subway Ghost is a standout with aid from terrific sound effects. His instruction scene comes off garbled due to less well done interactions with the sound system.
Oda Mae Brown, played by Carla R. Stewart is introduced with two flunkies plying the trade against Mrs. Santiago. The scene is a smash. This play's Oda Mae is funky, flustered, argumentative, kind.
If only the special effects for good and bad deaths worked the same way in real life, the world might be a better place.
The cast did a great job staying on focus with the love story despite all the complications of the crime and other realm subplots.