Almost, Maine  

The Vermont Theatre Company is proud to announce upcoming performances of Almost, Maine by John Cariani, directed by Brenda L. Seitz with producer Michelle Page. Performances will be held at the Evening Star Grange in Dummerston on March 6, 7, & 8 and 13, 14, & 15. Friday and Saturday performances begin at 7:30 p.m. and Sunday performances begin at 3:00 p.m. Tickets are $15 for general admission and $13 for students and seniors.

Show Summary:

Almost, Maine is a series of  vignettes that explores relationships between people - people we know well and those we have just met.  Almost, Maine is a small community where everyone knows most everyone else and their lives intersect quite often.  These interactions are face-to-face, not through social media, phone, etc. It’s about human feelings and how those can change and develop in very short amounts of time.  Almost, Maine takes place over a period of about ten minutes. Each scene starts at around 8:50 pm and ends a little after 9:00 pm.

Cast Information:

The ensemble cast features

Hillary Ballantine

Laura Carbonneau

Jennifer Gagnon

Dylan Gallagher

Ruben Garza

Ian Hefele

Cassandra Holloway

Alex Luckham

Bridget McBride

Olivia McNeely

Tom Mosakowski

Cristen Rosinski

Director's Perspective:

I lived in Maine for several years and when I began to read this play I realized, I knew these people and I knew where Almost, Maine would be if it existed.  I had been there, spent a lot of time there, in fact, either fishing, camping, or snowmobiling. It’s quiet and peaceful. The people who reside there are close-knit.  They know each other and their families going back generations and they care about each other.

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