Almost Maine poster

Ashland High School Theatre collaborates with OSF veterans to present ALMOST MAINE, a magical love story.  
Ashland High School Theatre closes their 2018-19 season and the 25th Anniversary of their OSF/AHS Partnership with a delightful comedy directed by OSF company member, Annie Paul.

Almost Maine by John Cariani will play 8 shows:
Thursday-Saturday, May 2-4 & May 9—11 @ 7:30 pm
Sundays, May 5 and 12 @ 2 pm.

On a Friday night in the middle of a long and bleak winter, the residents of the remote, mythical town of Almost, Maine explore love and loss in wonderfully awkward, unexpected, and whimsical ways. 

Under a big, moonless sky with the northern lights dancing all around, new relationships blossom, hearts are both broken and mended, and love evolves in life-altering ways.

Almost, Maine, written by John Cariani, is a series of nine vignettes each featuring a different couple. The New York Daily Newsdescribes the play as “sweet, poignant, and witty.” It premiered at the Portland Stage Company in Portland, Maine in 2004 where it broke box office records and garnered critical acclaim.

 The cast includes: Kate Jaques Prentice; Leila Kenner; Nicky Clary; Ella Stringer; Gwyn Murphy-Cunningham; Brady Davis; Henry Alexander; Allie Poole; Brooklyn Williams; Callan Skuratowicz; Keagan Brooks-Torres; Zakiyah Clark; Isabella Martinez Moore; Evan Lucas; Elena Schmeling; Ava Tobar; Ben Kerr; Chloe Ulrich Moore; and Yi Shostrom. Understudies are: Hadley Jungst; Kaia O’Neill; Nick Hemmerling; and Rachel Davis.  

The Stage Manager is Tobin Risso Mulholland; the Assistant Stage Managers are Braden Rogers and Lolly McClellan.

The Director, Annie Paul, is assisted by her creative team: Doug Ham is the Set Designer, Emily Ehrlich Inget is the Costume Designer, and Bart Grady is the Lighting Designer. Kristen Samek is the Technical Director and Betsy Bishop is the Producer.  OSF partners are Ronan Kilkenny, Scenic Projection Designer, as well as Benajah Cobb, the Projection and Sound Consultant.

Almost, Maine will be performed at Ashland HS Mountain Avenue Theatre, at 201 South Mountain Avenue. The show runs Thursday-Saturday May 2 – 4 and 9 -11 at 7:30 p.m., with two Sunday matinees, May 5 and May 12 at 2 pm. *Thursday, May 2 at7:30 p.m. is a preview for all, tickets for this evening are $7. 

Tickets prices: Reserved $15, General $10, Students under 18/Seniors over 65: $7.  Tickets are now on sale online at: tickets.AHStheatre.com or call 1-(866) 967-8167.  Tickets are also available at: AHS Main Office; Paddington Station; Tree House Books; and Music Coop. Reserved tickets are only sold online at: tickets.AHStheatre.com or (866) 967-8167. For school and group info only call: (541) 482-8771.