Cranbrook Community Theatre first play of the 2020-21 season

 

Almost, Maine by John Cariani, comprises 9 short vignettes that explore love and loss in the remote town of Almost, Maine. Directed by Michelle and Bob McCue, Almost, Maine is the perfect project to retrofit for the socially distanced needs called upon during the time of COVID-19.  

Each short vignette will be performed by members of a household or social bubble, and a total of 19 talented actors will take the stage to perform this charming and delightful play. 

 

The live audience will be intimate and physically distanced. A wider audience will be included through the magic of live-streaming technology. These are unprecedented times and the production team and CCT

Board of Directors, working in accordance with the BC Health Authority guidelines, have created a safe and unique way to continue the very important role of live theatre in our community. 

 

Running September 25, 26, 27 and October 1, 2 & 3, you will not want to miss this unique theatre experience which takes a look at love through the lens of absurdity and magic. Almost, Maine promises to bring us together even though COVID-19 keeps us apart.

 

Watch for more details in the news and Facebook.

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We acknowledge the financial support of the Province of British Columbia and the City of Cranbrook.