MAD Corner: Almost, Maine
Almost, Maine is one of those shows that makes you say “awwww” and “what just happened?” in the same moment. I love that. It is sweet and quirky, funny and sad, a slice of life and completely bizarre all at the same time. We hope you enjoy this charming little story about love, life, and living as much as we have enjoyed bringing it to our stage.
Last fall we announced Spotlight On The Future, a major gift campaign with a goal to raise $750,000, providing capital for upgrades that will enhance the theatre experience, increase advertising revenue, decrease operating expenses, and provide for building maintenance. So far we have raised 45% of our goal and have already put these donations to good use. A new HVAC unit, our new lighting catwalk, our new retractable movie screen and projector, a new sound board for the Mainstage, and new sound and lighting equipment for the Studio Theatre and Rehearsal Hall. We still need your help. If you haven’t given to the Spotlight On The Future campaign yet, please consider a gift! If you already have given, thank you, and please consider an additional gift to help us reach our goal.
The generosity of the Waukesha community astounds me, and I truly appreciate all the time, talent, and treasure that you give to WCT. Keep watching, keep participating with, and keep supporting this cultural cornerstone!
Managing Artistic Director
Posted on February 18, 2016, in Mainstage Performance and tagged 59th Season, Almost Maine, Andrew Suggitt, Carrie Gray, comedy, David Kaye, Dustin Nolan, Jim Donaldson, Joanna Amos, Jordyn Stewart, Katie Thompson, Kavyn Custer, MAD Corner, Mainstage Series, Nicole Allee, Sandy Carlson-Kaye, Tyler Peters, Valentine's Day. Bookmark the permalink. Comments Off on MAD Corner: Almost, Maine.