Directed by Kenn Sawyer.
On a cold, clear, moonless night in the middle of winter, all is not quite what it seems in the remote, mythical town of Almost, Maine, where the residents find themselves falling in and out of love in unexplained, hilarious ways in this delightful midwinter night’s dream. Four actors portray nineteen different characters in nine separate vignettes all taking place at the same moment in time.
“A play about real people who are really, truly, honestly, dealing with the toughest thing there is to deal with in life: love.”
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|Ginette, Sandrine, Marvalyn, Hope||Cynthia Reedy|
|Pete, Jimmy, Lendall, Chad, Man||Michael Newsom|
|Glory, Waitress, Gayle, Marci, Rhonda||Kathryn Gardner|
|East, Steve, Randy, Phil, Dave||Matt Delamater|
|Producers||Jeff Orwig and Norman Hutchins Jr.|
|Assistant to the director||Rachael Leighton|
|Stage managers||Norman Hutchins Jr. and Jeff Orwig|
|House managers||Susan Alberi and Brandi Sawyer|
|Sound||Steve St. Pierre|
|Set design||Claire Sessions|