Niles North Presents "Almost, Maine"

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Travel to the out-of-the-way town of Almost, Maine, where the icy cold of the northern region illuminates the crucial moments in relationships. Several characters face a moment of choice, and the audience is treated to moments of magic underneath the Northern Lights. Performances are at 4 p.m. and 7 p.m. on Friday and Saturday, December 7 and 8 in the Drama Performance Center at 9800 N. Lawler, Skokie. Reserve tickets by calling the Box Office at (847) 626-2122. Tickets are $10. A free community performance will be held at 10 a.m. on Thursday, December 6.

The cast of “Almost, Maine” includes:

Prologue:  David Gilbert as Pete and Camille Paskind as Ginette.

Her Heart: Noah Zeidman as Man and Athanasia Giannetos as Woman.

Sad and Glad: Glenn Weissman as Jimmy, Nina Roy as Sandrine and Sarah Alkyer as Waitress.

This Hurts: Christopher Khoshaba as Steve and Robin Wallace as Mervalyn

Getting It Back: Ryan Loach as Lendall and Erin Rourke as Gayle

They Fell:  Sebastijan Torgus as Randy and Evan Sturt as Chad

Where It Went: Martin Wiviott as Phil and Emma Decker as Marci

Story of Hope: Alex Hammond as Man and Carissa Yau as Hope

Seeing the Thing: Justin Shannon as Dave and Danielle Kropveld as Rhonda


The technical staff/crew: Timothy Ortmann, Director; Annaliisa Ahlman, Tech Director; Teresa Ripley, Costume Designer; Barbara Reeder, Lighting Designer; Anita Scanlon and Linda Room, Costume Assistants; Lauryn Schmelzer, Stage Manager; Amy Hagedorn, Assistant Director; Eugene Hyun, Assistant Stage Manager; Camille Paskind, Dramaturg; Jaquelyn Shannon, Shop Manager; Sabina Dzelilovic, Assistant Technical Director; Allegra Rosenberg, Properties Manager; Erin Rourke, Sound Engineer; Nathan Selinger, Assistant Lighting Designer; Anne Zavell and Stephanie Persaud, Production Assistants; Natalie Aleman, Master Electrician; Maddie Martin, Costume Mistress and Julia Melnick, House Manager.


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