“Almost, Maine” is Almost Here

Almost, Maine: Nearly Houghton

A young couple has a dalliance under the northern lights and shooting stars. Another woman camps out in someone’s yard, trying to make amends and mend a broken heart. Another couple is splitting up in the Moose Patty Cafe, but they both land on their feet.

Read more at the TechAlum Newsletter, by Dennis Walikainen.

“Almost Maine” enchants audiences

Visually, the set was striking. Nine “mini-sets” were set up across the stage floor. This allows not only a certain parallel feel among scenes of the play—little things happening simultaneously: the writing in a book, the nursing of a drink—but also created the small town aura.

Read more at the Michigan Tech Lode, by Abigail Dillon.

John Cariani play performed at McArdle Theatre

Dr. Roger Held, the Theater Department Chair and director of Almost, Maine, had a number of reasons to choose this particular play. Some productions performed at Michigan Tech are very symbolic and different than our everyday experiences. However the setting, characters, and plot of Almost, Maine have a certain familiarity.

Read more at the Michigan Tech Lode, by Abigail Dillon.

Tech Theatre to Perform “Almost, Maine”

With the solar wind electrifying the night sky, the residents of Almost, Maine experience mysterious, life-changing events, falling in and out of love, and in again, in this poignant and funny exploration of personal epiphany on a deep and snowy midwinter’s night.

Read more at Tech Today, by Bethany Jones.


Leave a Reply