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Almost, Maine This Thursday

During the “Love Hurts” sequence from the play, Marvalyn (Cassandra Shawk) shows concern after hitting Steve (Christian Stone) in the head with an ironing board.

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WATER VALLEY – The WVHS Drama Club will present “Almost, Maine” this Thursday night, March 3, at 7 p.m. in the Civic Auditorium on North Main Street.

The play by John Cariani is not a farce or a fairy tale, according to Drama Club Sponsor and play director Debra Anderson. “It is the story of what happens to real people who are normally very sensible, but who have become excited by love and other extraordinary occurrences.”

“Almost, Maine” is one of the most produced plays in the country, widely praised for its smart, funny take on life and love in a small, mythical town in Maine.

Students performing in the show include: Jesse Anderson, Morgan Way, Autumn Mooney, Sydney Nelson, Michael Phillips, Tommy Lipscomb, Emily Rone, Brittany Hodge, Cassandra Shawk, Christian Stone, Jillian Harris, Danny Smith, Zach Moore, Timothy Perkins, Daimion Pollard, Treshon Calahan, Kreniece Reid, Nikita Wilson, Devyn McCormick, and Amber Mooney.

Many more students are involved in the technical side of the production including: Audrey Jones, Holly Bounds, Elizabeth Davis, Victoria Hopper, Ashley Isaacs, Tyler Kang, Lorin Moser, Kristie Nelson, Matthew Fillmore, Turmarro Smith, and Jasmine Redmond.


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