Boston University Stage Troupe presents the 2019 Summer Show: ALMOST, MAINE by John Cariani
Directed by Natalie Ackerman
Technical Direction by Harrison Richmond
Produced by Devon Mikaniewicz
Stage Managed by Jen Moreira and Zach Lam
Lendall: Devon Mikaniewicz
Pete/Chad/Dave: Robert Branning
Randy: Chris Dew
Waitress/Gayle/Marci: Abbey McCracken
Hope/Rhonda: Erin Callahan
Ginette/East/Phyllis: Kim Zak
Sandrine/Marvalyn: Ariana Tortolani
Jimmy/Man: Jailyn Duong
Glory/Steve/Suzette: Libby James
Almost is a fictitious unorganized territory that fell just short of becoming a town in northern Maine. It is hundreds of miles from the ocean, and while the territory could be considered to be the countryside, the people that live in Almost are not rednecks, don’t have “Down East” accents, and aren’t eccentric. They’re regular people. ALMOST, MAINE shows scenes from the everyday lives of the residents of Almost. More specifically, it montages the love lives of nineteen different Almost-inians: the ups and downs and magical moments of love, that precious thing that connects us all.
This is a revival performance. Tickets are $5 and can be purchased here!