BHS Drama Club Presents “Almost, Maine” on November 14 and 15

The cast of Almost, Maine - Courtesy image
The cast of Almost, Maine – Courtesy image

Submitted by Kristina Faulstich, BHS Drama Club

 

Glory (Linda Bittenson) and East (Mike Mahoney) ponder heartache and new beginnings - Courtesy image
Glory (Linda Bittenson) and East (Mike Mahoney) ponder heartache and new beginnings – Courtesy image

The Bedford High School Drama Club is proud to present John Cariani’s Almost, Maine on November 14 and 15 at 7:30pm.in the BHS Auditorium. Tickets are $10 for adults and $8 for students and seniors. To reserve tickets, please email BedfordHSdramaclub@gmail.com. You may also purchase tickets at the door.

About the play

Marci (Linda Bittenson) and Phil (Brad Hegarty) attempt to rekindle a failing relationship – Courtesy image
Marci (Linda Bittenson) and Phil (Brad Hegarty) attempt to rekindle a failing relationship – Courtesy image

 

On one fateful Friday night, the townspeople of the fictional town, Almost, Maine, experience the enchanting ups and downs of love. Exploring different stages of relationships amongst characters of various ages, Almost, Maine is a relatable play with something in it for everyone. The audience will be moved by the vignettes of nine different couples who experience the true magic of love when the beautiful northern lights appear in Almost. It does not matter whether the last tear you shed is from joy or heartache, in the end you will cheer for this production.

Man (Jared Rushanan) and Hope (Caitlin Dooks) lose all hope. - Courtesy image
Man (Jared Rushanan) and Hope (Caitlin Dooks) lose all hope. – Courtesy image

Who’s involved

Director Katrina Faulstich presents yet another successful work, along with Assistant Director Michael Poe and Student Assistant Director Deborah Weidman. Tech Director Erik Smallenberger, Lighting Designer Kristyn Brophy, and Stage Manager Chris Bowers work their own magic behind the scenes.

The townspeople of Almost, Maine are played by the wonderfully talented Brad Hegarty, Michael Mahoney, Nate Fisette, Jared Rushanan, Sam Rackey, Hayley Scanlon, Linda Bittenson, Mei Taylor, Michelle Kupershmidt, and Caitlin Dooks.

Rhonda (Michelle Kupershmidt) struggles to open her heart to love - Courtesy image
Rhonda (Michelle Kupershmidt) struggles to open her heart to love – Courtesy image

 

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