Buzz building for 'Almost, Maine' production
There has been a flurry of activity around Bay Village Community Theater's first full-length theatrical production “Almost, Maine.” Rehearsals, set building, advertising, fundraising are all happening concurrently.
The show will be directed by Chris Bizub, a Program Reservationist at French Creek Theatre who received a bachelor's degree in theatre from Baldwin Wallace College in 2009, and is working to complete a master's in arts administration from the University of Akron. An avid movie enthusiast, Chris owns 1,500+ DVDs and spends much of his free time acting and directing in the Cleveland/Akron area. Chris is currently appearing in Arthur Miller’s “Death of a Salesman” under the direction of Fred Sternfeld.
“Almost, Maine” will feature the talents of Mackenzie Barry-Trombley, Gabriel Chuna, Jim Hagan, Brett William Heidinger, Casey McCann, Natalie Romano, Margaret Sabol-Hnat, Brittany Shrake and Kaycee Zack.
The Bay Village Community Theater will stage its production of “Almost, Maine” at 8 p.m. on Fridays and Saturdays, March 3, 4, 10 and 11; closing with a 3 p.m. matinee on Sunday, March 12. Discounted tickets will be available for purchase at baytheater.yapsody.com until Jan. 31.
For information about making a tax-deductible donation, purchasing an ad in our program or by becoming a show sponsor, visit our website at www.baytheater.org.
Patrick M Meehan
Patrick is Vice President of Education for the Citizens for Bay Village Community Theater. An organization whose goal is to continue to provide quality Community Theater and Theater Education. We are establishing working relationships with civic groups, non-profit organizations, government, and businesses to keep community theater an active and vital part of our city. We are working to develop a proposal that will allow community theater to remain on the Huntington Reservation.