F. Scott Fitzgerald wrote:
“The sentimental person thinks things will last—
the romantic person has a desperate
confidence that they won’t.”
ALMOST, MAINE is a play for romantics.
Northern Maine is one of the most quietly beautiful places in the world. If you are involved in a production of ALMOST, MAINE, please visit here for photos of this very special place. Look specifically for winter photos. Paul Cyr is a terrific photographer and he captures the essence of northern Maine exquisitely.
If you are interested in using the original artwork from the Off Broadway Production to market your production of ALMOST, MAINE, please visit theatrelogos.com.
Here are some samples from the score of ALMOST, MAINE, composed by Julian Fleisher. ALMOST, MAINE’s score fills the interstices between scenes, allowing audiences to briefly rest and ponder…while quick and artful set changes take place. Julian Fleisher’s score is available through Dramatists Play Service and is highly recommended. It will guide you.
fills the space between
fills the space between “This Hurts” and “Getting It Back”
plays throughout “Interlogue” and takes audiences into “They Fell”
fills the space between “Where It Went” and “Story of Hope”
For Students and Educators
ALMOST, MAINE has been well represented at high school drama festivals across the country, earning citations at state and regional drama festivals all over the country.
ALMOST, MAINE has been well represented at the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival, winning accolades on the regional and national level.
ALMOST, MAINE: MIDDLE SCHOOL EDITION is available to Middle Schools. Please contact contact Craig Pospisil at Dramatists Play Service for more information.