Don’t miss Theater Guild production, “Almost, Maine,” Friday and Saturday night at RHS

By Mikaela Dion, Veritas Staff

The RHS Theater Guild’s last production of the year is called “Almost, Maine.” It will be performed on Friday and Saturday nights, May 3rd and 4th at 7 pm in the RHS auditorium. Ticket prices are $6 prior to the show and $8 at the door.

Chris Carchedi in a scene at dress rehearsal of "Almost, Maine"  photo by Georgia Panagiotidis

Chris Carchedi in a scene at dress rehearsal of “Almost, Maine” photo by Georgia Panagiotidis

Mrs. Armstrong, advisor of the Theater Guild, talked about the show. “Almost, Maine written by John Cariani is the number one produced play in high school theater. The play is a number of small vignettes that take place in northern Maine. Each story is taking place at the same time in different locations,(9pm on a Friday night) They are all stories of relationships each having their own twist, some happy ending, some sad.”

One thing that makes this play different, according to Mrs. Armstrong, is that they have “several student directors (Lydia Guerrero, Molly McLellan and Jace Williams) each directing their own vignette.”

Charis Nelson and Chris Catania in one of the vignettes from "Almost, Maine"

Charis Nelson and Chris Catania in one of the vignettes from “Almost, Maine.”                          photo by Georgia Panagiotidis

She also explained that Jackie Carlson and Brian Leonard were masterminds behind incorporating some new lighting and set design techniques and that they also have original music written for the show, Justin Ferrullo wrote and produced all of the music that will be heard throughout the show.

Click here to go to Showtix where you can purchase tickets to the show.

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Posted on May 2, 2013, in Clubs / Activities. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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