Posts Tagged ‘maine community theatre productions’

Portland Stage, Finding Common Connections Within The Community.

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Back in an earlier life as a Bangor Maine broadcast news director, I interviewed Eaton Tarbell, a patron of the performing arts. He designed lots of buildings around the state. Tarbell was a regular on the airwaves for colorful sound bites. On the show often to check in and update the listening audience with the […]

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Community Theatre In Maine, Home Grown Small Town Entertainment.

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The end of the month a small Northern Maine community theatre group I am part of travels to see another Penobscot Theatre stage presentation. Visit the Penobscot Theatre website and learn more about their mission statement. “To produce high-quality, professional works of theatre that inspire the imagination and cultivate a lifelong passion for the art […]

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About The Middle Of January, Play Practice Starts In Smyrna Maine.

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Play practice, theatre production in the twin Maine towns of Smyrna and Merrill begins mid January. And by April the Maine play spring production bugs have been worked out. The many practices, read through over and over of stage lines. Cast selection, discussion of needed props, what period costumes all held after work every Friday […]

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