Community theater almost ready for 'Almost, Maine'
The good news is that not only is the Bay Village Community Theater going to transform Parkside Hall at St. Barnabas into the fictitious town of “Almost, Maine,” but they will do it without breaking the bank. With the help of The Interlake Steamship Company, The Bay Village Foundation, supportive local businesses and some generous individuals it looks like we will open our doors and be in the black and not the red.
Now the last task is to find 500 residents of the community who wouldn't mind being absolutely delighted for an evening. If you know someone who can use a night out, likes a good laugh and doesn't mind being surprised – direct them to baytheater.yapsody.com to purchase a ticket to see “Almost, Maine.”
The show will be directed by Chris Bizub, and will feature the talents of Mackenzie Barry-Trombley, Gabriel Chuna, Jim Hagan, Casey McCann, Natalie Romano, Margaret Sabol-Hnat, Brittany Shrake and Kaycee Craig.
Performances will be 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. Tickets may also be purchased by by calling 440-847-8494. Parkside Hall is located behind St. Barnabas Episcopal Church at 468 Bradley Road, Bay Village.
Patrick M Meehan
Patrick is the Bay High Drama's Technical Director & 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.