Almost, Maine combines fun, humor and drama


“Almost, Maine” tells the story of a remote mythical town in the far reaches of Maine. It combines love, drama, comedy and even the northern lights.

The play is the first high school production directed by Jared Griffin, known for his previous junior high productions.

The romantic comedy features 16 high school actors.

Griffin said because so many good actors turned out for the play he was able to do a double cast. The A cast performs on some days. The B cast performs on others.

He says one benefit is that the public has the option of attending the production at different times to see how two different actors portray the same character.

A special ticket price is offered for those who opt to see both the A and B productions.

Performances continues on Friday, Saturday and Sunday at the Gerald C. Wilson Auditorium.

See the Community Calendar on the right side of’s home page for a schedule of times.

Proceeds from ticket sales will go toward travel to the mainland where the actors will compete with other high school actors from around the state.

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