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‘Ghost Noir’ filming in downtown Bremerton | Kitsap Week

PORT ORCHARD — The world of “Ghost Noir” is dark, gritty and dangerous.

Though it bears some similarities to our own world in the 1940s, it is an alternate reality with very noted differences. The sun never rises. Spirits, demons and paranormal creatures are commonplace.

There is no alcohol. No cigarettes. No disease. No parents, no school, no infants. No one in “Ghost Noir” ages and no one appears older than 16.

Why is this world like this? Where are the adults? What secrets shape the rules of the Ghost Noir universe? Detective Camille Delatore wants answers ... but she has secrets of her own.

“Ghost Noir,” by local poet and novelist Jennifer DiMarco, is filming now in Bremerton, working with local businesses to feature its noir-style charm.

The cast and crew will be on set at La Fermata in Manette on Aug. 17, 2-6 p.m.

“Ghost Noir” is scheduled to premiere at the Dragonfly Theater in Port Orchard on Oct. 30, 6 p.m. Tickets are on sale now for $10 each through the Ghost Noir website,

DiMarco made her first foray into theater in the late 1990s, then turned to television and film in 2011, founding Blue Forge Productions.

Her first major project, “Ghost Sniffers,” is entering its second season of empowering children who live with disabilities or medical conditions through humor and heroics. (Tagline: “When ‘disabilities’ become super abilities, young heroes prove what’s real and what’s ridiculous.”)

According to DiMarco, “Ghost Noir” is a darker exploration of how we treat our children and what our world might become if we continue to keep diversity a secret.

Cast and characters

Faith Aoibhinn DiMarco —  Camille Delatore.

Chandler Jett  — Oracle Dowse.

Trisha Martinson  — Kitty Temper.

Ryan Gronberg  — Abe Graham.

Jaylen Penix  — Nick Flight.

Tyler Easley — Jack Priest.

Chloe Knowles  — Emelia Shepherd.

Cameron Buehrer  — Sergio Sorrento.

Maxwell Kier DiMarco  — Roman Delatore.

Anna Matinson  — Annabelle Veil.

Greg Laurel  — Teddy Grant.

Brielle Nance — Helen Meir.

Myah Bianco — Ivy Gates.

Matthew Wells — Clark Grant.

Emilee Gibson — Carole Holiday.


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