Redhouse Arts Center to offer streaming of it’s production of Almost, Maine Starting May 4th.

(Syracuse, NY) Redhouse Arts Center has recently launched a number of online programs
under its “Virtual Redhouse” and is expanding on those offerings. Beginning May 4th and
running through May 17th, Redhouse will be giving audiences the opportunity to watch its
production of the Off-Broadway hit Almost, Maine which originally ran at Redhouse
January/February of 2019. Simply visit the Redhouse website to sign up for the video
stream of the performance. “This show is one of theatre’s most popular romantic
comedies, written by my friend and colleague, John Cariani,” stated Artistic Director
Hunter Foster. It’s the perfect show to remind us what’s most important in life: the love
and connection of another human being.”
Almost, Maine is actually a play comprised of nine different stories, each focused on a
different set of characters who are all connected by the magical town in which they
reside. Set in the mythical town of Almost, Maine, this delightful romantic comedy
creatively delves into the vast mysteries of the human heart with laughter, heartbreak
and hope, making it clear why this play is one of the most produced in America.
On a cold, moonless night in the middle of winter, all is not quite what it seems as the
northern lights hover in the star-filled sky above Almost. Residents find themselves falling
in and out of love in unexpected and often hilarious ways. Knees are bruised. Hearts are
broken. Love is lost, found, and confounded. But the bruises heal and the hearts mend –
almost – in this enchanting midwinter night’s dream.
The show was directed by comic genius, Steve Hayes who made his directorial debut.
The cast includes Laura Austin, Lilli Komurek and Alyssa Otoski-Keim along with John
Bixler, Basil Allen and Derek Emerson Powell.
To purchase a live stream, visit the Redhouse website at The cost
is $15 which includes all fees; once purchased you have 24 hours to view the show. If you
have questions, please email [email protected]

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