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Almost, Maine


written by John Cariani

Co-Directed by Annette Hobbs
& Brandon Gash
Produced by Maureen Edick
Assistant Producer Jackie Harness 

comedy
February 17, 18 & 19, 24, 25 & 26, March 3, 4 & 5, 2017

9 performances

Fridays and Saturdays at 7:30 PM
Sundays at 3 PM

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Synopsis This play is comprised of 9 vignettes with 4 common elements: the location (Almost, Maine), the time (9 o’clock on the same Friday night in the winter), a romantic theme (of one sort or another), and characters (some characters in 1 tale are friends of characters in another tale). In each of the vignettes, residents of the mythical town of Almost, Maine fall in and/or out of love in unexpected ways.
Cast Pete, Phil........................................................ Bob Pompeo
Ginette, Sandrine, Deena................................ Shawna Shook
Glory, Shelly, Waitress, Rhonda.................... Jennifer Memolo
East, Randy, Dave .........................................Jeb Buffinton
Jimmy, Lendall, Chad ....................................Christopher Fox
Marvalyn, Marci, Suzette................................Beth Norris
Steve.............................................................. Blake Smith
Gayle, Hope.................................................. Sandra Whitmore
Man ...............................................................Jim Keeley
History Almost, Maine was developed at the Cape Cod Theater Project (Andy Polk, Artistic Director) in 2002, and received its world premiere at Portland Stage Company, where it broke box office records and garnered critical acclaim. Almost, Maine opened Off Broadway in the winter of 2005/2006 at the Daryl Roth Theatre (Jack Thomas/Bulldog Theatrical and Bruce Payne, Producers) and was subsequently published by Dramatists Play Service. To date, Almost, Maine has been produced by over 2,500 theater companies in the United States (and by over a dozen companies internationally) making it one of the most frequently produced plays of the past decade.