Come see our Spring Play!
March 3, 2013By Amy Dreibelbis of West Noble High School
“Almost, Maine” by John Cariani hits the West Noble High School stage March 15-17, 2013. Theatre33 will be performing this contemporary collection of vignettes about a variety of couples at various stages in relationships in the round.
“Almost, Maine” performances are Friday and Saturday, March 15th and 16th at 7:00 PM and Sunday, March 17th at 2:00 PM. Tickets are $6 for adults and $5 for students and senior citizens for general seating. The box office opens one hour before the performance.
“We strive to provide our actors and audiences a variety of theatre experiences from classic to contemporary.” States Assistant Director Amy Dreibelbis. “This is one of the most modern pieces we have performed in a while.”
“Almost, Maine” was the most produced high school play in 2011-2012 and was featured in Smith and Kraus' New Playwrights: Best Plays of 2006.
“Almost, Maine” is about a fictional town in Maine where we meet several townsfolk who are in different stages of love; just falling, breaking up, mourning a loss, missing a chance, and taking a risk.
The playwright, Cariani says one of the goals of the performance is to surprise the audience. He calls his play a “mid-winter nights’ dream” and “a funny, sad romance.”
This all-star cast and crew is packed with veteran seniors (Duffy Coyle, River Denman, Ryan Tackett, Nelson Luehrs, Gabbie Brown) as well as a few new seniors, David Ness and Chelsea Risser. Risser recently placed in the top ten at the State Poetry Out Loud Competition in Indianapolis.
Come see how Theatre33 continues to creatively use the auditeria for this “in-the-round” production of, “Almost, Maine” directed by Cliff Schwartz on March 15-17, 2013
Prologue/Interlogue/Epilogue: Duffy Coyle & Maria Carillo
Her Heart: Sarah Buttgen & Jesse Newman
Sad & Glad: Duffy Coyle, Lauren Durbin, & Tiffany Jaramillo
This Hurts: Eduardo Aranda & Alexis Alcala
Getting it Back: Marcus Henderson & Sarah Buchanan
They Fell: River Denman & Marcus Henderson
Where It Went: Ryan Tackett & Tessa Hartman
Story of Hope: Grace Ness & Nicholas Weimer
Seeing the Thing: River Denman & Chelsea Risser
Director: Cliff Schwartz
Assistant Director: Amy Dreibelbis
Stage Manager: Gabbie Brown
House Manager: Ali Garza
Joe De Luna