Spring play cast to perform “Almost, Maine”

Sierra Solis, Reporter

   Although spring does not always promise warm weather, it does bring the promise of the spring play each year. Actors are coming together to perform “Almost, Maine,” a romantic comedy about a northern town “so far north, it’s almost not in the United States.” Residents in the town begin “falling in and out of love in the strangest ways,” according to the play’s website, AlmostMaine.com.

   “It’s basically a bunch of little ten-minute skits all about different people and they all kind of fall in love in their skit. It’s romance but it’s also humorous at the same time; they take a funny side to it,” sophomore and crew member Lake Wann said.

   These skits are set to take place in a town called Almost, Maine. The play is said to portray a “real romantic comedy”. It takes place on a Friday night during winter, and after a series of events, Almost will never be quite the same.

   The cast of the play has been meeting after school to run through lines and rehearse their acts together. It is planned that the group will be using props and running through all the separate skits together.

   The play is scheduled to be performed in front of the audience Thursday, May 1 at 5 p.m., Friday, May 2 at 7 p.m., and Saturday, May 3 at 7 p.m in the FHS auditorium.

   To find out more, check out  play website at http://almostmaine.com.