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Our debut show Almost, Maine by John Cariani comprises nine short plays that explore love and loss in a remote, mythical almost-town. 

See what Minnesota Theatre Junkie and Blogger, Single White Fringe Geek, had to say:
It’s easy to see why people like John Cariani’s play Almost, Maine - why actors like it, why theaters keep producing it, and why people keep going to see it.  It’s an unapologetic romantic comedy that’s in love with the idea of love.  Actually, it’s nine mini-romantic comedies. In the fictitious town of Almost, Maine, nine loosely interrelated stories of couples play themselves out.  Common town locations and familiar names of other characters keep cropping up throughout all nine, but otherwise the stories all take place in their own wintry isolation under the Northern Lights.
Getting It Back Pictured: Henry Southwick and Amy Vickroy

Getting It Back

Pictured: Henry Southwick and Amy Vickroy

This Hurts Pictured: Tori Ruckle and Mike Hengtes

This Hurts

Pictured: Tori Ruckle and Mike Hengtes