Maine Theater with Portland Stage has never been so exciting! With shows year-round to keep you coming back and a great cast and crew to bring you into the stories, Portland Stage is leading the way for New England theater. Finding the best talent locally, as well as actors from New York and members of the Actors Equity Association. Their crew is made up of employees and volunteers, they do take guest portfolios for Designers and Directors.
Theater is a form of entertainment that has been kept alive because of its popularity. Despite all the latest technology in film and video, people still enjoy going to see a stage performance. Organizations like Portland Stage are committed to keeping the stage alive and with great actors and crew.
Coming up they are going to have “The Play That Goes Wrong” from Jan 31st to Feb 25th. After that is “What The Constitution Means To Me” in March, and “Clyde’s” in April. “Angels In America” will follow up in May, and Manning will close the season in June.
All of these shows are being put on by venerated directors and talented performers. So plan a night with your family and friends, and go see a stage show of one or all of these fantastic plays. Seasons run from October through June, so plan accordingly. Invite someone who hasn’t been to the theater and show them a different style of storytelling compared to modern TV and movies. Visit the Portland Stage website to learn more about their organization, and buy tickets.