Arts & Entertainment

Madison H.S. Presents 'Almost Maine' Nov. 20-22

Almost Maine at MHS, Nov. 20-22 at 7:30 p.m.

MADISON, NJ - Performances of Madison High School’s fall drama Almost Maine are scheduled for Nov. 20-22.

A romantic comedy by John Cariani, the events of the show take place all in one evening and all at one time in a small town in Maine. Each scene follows a different set of strangers, friends and couples as they spend their Friday night during the magical time of the Northern Lights.

Performances are 7:30 p.m. each night, with pricing $10 a ticket for adults $8 for students and seniors in the Madison High School Auditorium.

Directed by Megan Niper and Douglas Oswin, the ensemble cast is: Scene 1: “Her Heart” East: Austin Olesen, Glory: Lauren Ebert. Scene 2: “Sad and Glad” Jimmy: Henry Pratt, Sandrine: Mary Woolley, Villian: Lauren Downs. Scene 3: “This Hurts” Marvalyn: Maggie Salko, Steve: Daniel Pawlak.  Scene 4: “Getting It Back” Lendall: Robert Keller, Gayle: Jess Schuszler.  Scene 5: “They Fell” Chad: Chris Chutko, Randy: Robert Keller. Scene 6: “Where It Went” Phil: Preston Tolbert, Marci: Grace McCulloch. Scene 7: “The Story of Hope” Daniel: Max Vigotov, Hope: Julia Malone  Scene 8: “Seeing The Thing” Rhonda: Grace Van Cleef,    Dave: Chris Chutko. Stage managers are Maddie Anton and Gwyneth Turner.

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