Professional Theatre For Maine

Subscriptions include one ticket each to Things My Mother Taught Me, Human Error, A Doll's House, Part 2, and Fireflies, plus a BONUS ticket good to bring one person to any one of those shows. 

Subscriptions on sale now.

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Single tickets available starting August 1, 2018

Things My Mother Taught Me

by Katherine DiSavino

October 19 – 28, 2018

Olivia and Gabe are taking the "next step" and moving into their first apartment together.  After driving halfway across the country, they arrive at their new home only to find both sets of their parents ready to “help them” unpack. Can an unfurnished, two-bedroom apartment contain all the wisdom, worry, love and laughter two sets of parents can generate? Funny and touching, this delightful romantic comedy about love and family is guaranteed to leave knowing smiles on the faces of audiences of all ages. 


Makin’ Whoopie: Ida LeClair’s Guide to Love & Marriage

by Susan Poulin

*sold separately from subscription

November 9-11, 2018

Maine’s funniest woman, Ida LeClair, offers a fresh view on love, marriage and dating with a delightful mix of sassy stories and common-sense advice. Whip-smart and down to earth, spending time with Ida is like catching up with a wise old friend with a wicked good sense of humor!


A Christmas Carol

adapted by Christopher Schario

 *sold separately from subscription

December 14-16, 2018

A modern and traditional tale in one! Six actors and a fiddler perform the Dickens out of this beloved holiday classic—in a way you’ve never imagined and will never forget. 


Human Error

by Eric Pfeffinger

January 25 – Feb 3, 2019

Madelyn and Keenan are NPR-listening, latte-sipping liberals, while Heather and Jim are NRA-cardholding, truck-driving conservatives. After an unfortunate mix-up by their blundering fertility doctor, Heather is mistakenly impregnated with the wrong family’s embryo! Thus begins an outrageously funny nine-month odyssey of culture shock and clashing values as both couples attempt to become friends for the good of the child. Don't miss the East Coast premiere of this timely and provocative new comedy that asks, “Will our similarities ever become more meaningful than our differences?” 


A Doll's House, Part 2

by Lucas Hnath

March 15 – 24, 2019

Knock, knock. You’ll never guess who’s there. Henrik Ibsen’s Nora has returned 15 years later to the door she once famously slammed behind her! Universally acclaimed as the best play of the 2017 Broadway season, this contemporary, funny and thought-provoking sequel to Ibsen’s famous play crackles with razor-sharp humor and intelligence that speaks directly to today’s audiences about marriage and the ways the roles of women have – and haven't – changed. (Please note: you will enjoy this play whether you are familiar with A Doll’s House or not and will be talking about it all the way home!) 



by Matthew Barber

May 3 – 12, 2019

An amusing and heartwarming romance by the author of Enchanted April.  Love can be a tricky thing for anyone who has learned how to get along by themselves. Eleanor is a strong, well-respected woman of a certain age, who enjoys the comfort of her routines. But when a mysterious and charming drifter comes knocking at her door, can the sparks of late-life romance be trusted, or is there no fool like an old one? Don’t miss the Maine premiere of this humorous and hopeful love story for grown-ups. Directed by two time TONY winner, Judith Ivey.