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. 

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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. Imagine their surprise when their parents “drop by” from 800 miles away with unsolicited advice on life, love and cleaning products! Is an unfurnished two-bedroom apartment big enough to hold the love, laughter, wisdom and worry of four parents?

“Funny and touching, this comedy will make you laugh out loud and fall in love all over again!”

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

by Susan Poulin

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November 9-11, 2018

Is your “happily ever after” in need of a little fine tuning? It’s Ida to the rescue! The funniest woman in Maine returns with a show plumb-chucka-full of hilarious stories and down-home advice on how to keep your marriage sweet, simple and easy. Well, she is a Certified Maine Life Guide, after all. 

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A Christmas Carol

adapted by Christopher Schario

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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. 

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Human Error

by Eric Pfeffinger

January 25 – Feb 3, 2019

Imagine a Liberal family's embryo implanted in a Conservative couple's womb. The funniest 9 months you'll ever see!

A blundering fertility doctor mistakenly implants the embryo of a latte-sipping liberal couple into the womb of a NRA-cardholding conservative family! Get ready for an outrageously funny nine months as both couples attempt to become friends for the good of the child. Don’t miss this timely and provocative new comedy that asks, “Will our similarities ever outweigh our differences?”

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A Doll's House, Part 2

by Lucas Hnath

March 15 – 24, 2019

A Doll's House Part 2 by Lucas Hnath

Universally acclaimed as the best play of the 2017 Broadway season, this funny, thought-provoking and utterly engrossing new show is now the most produced play in the country. Fifteen years after she walked out, rejecting the belief that married women can’t become fully realized people, Nora returns home. But is everyone happy to see her? She’s met the world on her terms, but her family now has terms of their own.  This contemporary sort-of-sequel to A Doll’s House crackles with razor-sharp humor and intelligence relevant to today’s audience, and will keep you talking all the way home.

You will enjoy this play whether or not you are familiar with A Doll’s House.

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Fireflies

by Matthew Barber

May 3 – 12, 2019

For anyone who has gotten used to living on their own, falling in love can feel a bit unnerving. Eleanor is a strong woman of a certain age who enjoys the comfort of her routines. But when a charming drifter comes knocking at her door, can the sparks of a late-life romance be trusted, or is there no fool like an old one? Directed by two-time TONY winner Judith Ivey and staring Broadway veterans Caitlin O’Connor, Jennifer Harmon and Drama Desk nominee Peter Friedman.

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The Legend of the Banana Kid

by Frogtown Mountain Puppeteers

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May 19, 2019

Great family fun for ages 4 and up!

Little Chucky heads to the Wild West to outwit outlaws in this cowboy adventure!  With a fistful of bananas, Chucky rides into town on his trusty goat for a showdown with Big Bad Bart and his gang of bandits.  (*please note that there are no guns in the show).  Featuring 20 hand-crafted glove, mouth and rod puppets, and a slew of flying and twirling styrofoam bananas.  

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