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 Ryan Willis and Jason Kanow in Almost, Maine. Photo by Kristofer Northrup.

Review: ‘Almost, Maine’ at Greenbelt Arts Center

Almost, Maine, by John Cariani explores the upside and downside of love as experienced by the residents of its mythical, titular town. Playing as almost a comedic version of Our Town, the contemporary-set Almost Maine, as executive directed by Bob Kleinberg (and with three scenes directed by Pamela Northrup, Wynne Kleinberg and Jason Kanow) at […]

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Review: ‘Almost, Maine’ at Rockville Little Theatre

Oh, love! What a fickle proposition you are! In Rockville Little Theatre’s (RLT) production of John Cariani’s Almost, Maine, we witness a variety of romantic love dilemmas, with comical and heartfelt flourishes. What connects the nine separate scenes is a star filled night, when “solar activity is at an 11 year peak… it makes for […]

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Review: ‘Almost, Maine’ at Quince Orchard High School

“If needed, use additional sheets.” I remember always being curious how anyone writing a High School exam essay could ever write enough to need additional sheets. Then I had the opportunity to review the Quince Orchard High School production of Almost, Maine by John Cariani and produced by Linda Lee. According to Wikipedia Almost, Maine was developed at […]

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‘Almost, Maine’ Opens Tomorrow Night at Providence Players of Fairfax

Almost, Maine Opens Tomorrow, April 1st at 7:30 PM and Plays though April 16th! Nine Stories One Magical Night In Almost, Maine The Providence Players present John Cariani’s sweet, poignant, and witty romantic comedy Almost, Maine April 1 through April 16 at the James Lee Community Center Theater. Providence Players’ audiences will really enjoy this uniquely structured play. Nine stories, […]

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Review: ‘Middletown’ at NextStop Theatre Company

Middletown, written by Will Eno, is a play with heft. It is not an easy play that you can relax and let wash over you. Timid souls who are out for an evening of light entertainment may struggle with it. The play engages and pushes, forcing the audience to question ourselves, and it is well […]

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