16th annual Maine Playwrights Festival
Sunday, May 7, 7:00 p.m.
Cyrus Pavilion Theatre
Tickets are available at the door on a pay-what-you-can basis. Suggested donation is $10.
Connection by David Vazdauskas
Following a horrific event, the struggle between forgiveness and revenge is complicated by the possibilities of the future.
Elwood’s Last Job by Elaine Ford
After forty years of doing menial jobs in a small Maine town, Elwood is about to change his life—and the local laundromat—in dramatic and surprising ways.
Miracles by Ron Kanecke
Two characters who operate a shady business trafficking in miracles are left asking themselves if there may be more truth than they thought in their operation.
The Thing Carol Saw by John Manderino
On a contentious car ride home, sometimes it can be hard to know where the line between reality and the imagination really lies.
The Wild Hunt by Lynne Cullen
When retired military bomb-sniffing dog Woltan is adopted by an affluent socialite, his former army handler fights to reclaim him.
Walter Likes Henny Just Fine by David Susman
During a chance encounter in a ladies’ restroom, an elderly woman counsels her young counterpart on love, life, and the importance of a good lipstick.