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Sunday, May 9, 2021
The Bard of Avon in the gardens of Orono-upon-Stillwater, with the cast of “Twelfth Night”
The Bard of Avon in the gardens of Orono-upon-Stillwater, with the cast of “Twelfth Night”
Tuesday, May 4, 2021 9:14 PM
The University of Maine School of Performing Arts will present an on-demand virtual production of Shakespeare’s “Twelfth Night,” filmed in the Lyle E. Littlefield Ornamentals Trial Garden on the UMaine campus and streaming ...
  • The Clements Brothers in Waldo Theatre Livestream
    The Waldo Theatre will present a concert by The Clements Brothers on Thursday, May 13, at 7 p.m. The performance will be livestreamed from The Waldo’s stage. Ticket buyers can watch the event in real time via a YouTube link ...
  • Ellen Seidman was recently named to chair the board of the Friends of the Strand Theatre, the nonprofit organization that owns and operates the 98-year-old theater. Seidman, a resident of Spruce Head and Portland, is a ... 
  • Midcoast Theater Company Now Rehearsing ‘She Kills Monsters’ —
    Rehearsals have begun for Midcoast Theater Company’s spring play, “She Kills Monsters.” The play will be presented outdoors at Troy Howard Middle School in Belfast May 28–June 6. Cast members include, from left to right ...
  • Tickets for Bay Chamber Concerts’ summer season will go on sale Tuesday, May 11. After more than a year without live programming, 20 indoor and outdoor live concerts will be presented August 4–22 in Rockport and Camden....
  • Outdoor Performances of ‘As You Like It’ in Belfast
    Belfast Maskers will present William Shakespeare’s comedy “As You Like It,” reprising their 2020 production set in the late 1960s–70s, on the front lawn of the Basil Burwell Community Theater, located at 17 Court Street in Belfast, at ... 
  • Talk By ‘All Creatures Great and Small’ Producer
    Rockland Public Library will host a free Zoom presentation by television producer Richard Burrell on Thursday, May 13, at 3 p.m. Burrell will talk about his work producing TV dramas in the U.K. and internationally — specifically, his ...
  • The Center for Maine Contemporary Art will hold four sessions of summer camp in July and August. The cost for each week of ArtCamp is $175 for CMCA member households, $200 for nonmember households. ArtCamp ...
  • CHRHS Presents Student Musical on Outdoor Stage
    Camden Hills Regional High School will offer performances of “The Theory of Relativity,” a new musical revue by Neil Bartram and Brian Hill, outdoors on Fridays and Saturdays, May 7, 8, 14 and 15, at 6 p.m. Rain dates are …
  • The Maine Outdoor Film Festival will offer cash prizes to Maine makers of outdoor films: $500 for Best Maine Film and $500 for Best Maine Student Film. The deadline for submissions is June 1; accepted films will be announced on June 26.
  • The Maine Film Center will hold the 24th annual Maine International Film Festival July 9–18 in Waterville at Railroad Square Cinema and the Waterville Opera House, in Skowhegan at the Skowhegan Drive-In Theater, and online.
  • New ‘DaPonte Onstage’ Concert Available Online
    The DaPonte String Quartet is offering a six-part series of free online concerts; the first three are now available, the fourth, featuring Mozart’s String Quartet in C Major, will premiere on Saturday, April 24, at …
  • Bay Chamber Concerts and Music School invites applications to the Young Stars of Maine prize program. Applications are due postmarked or emailed by Monday, May 3, and accepted applicants will be invited to audition in person at the school on Sunday, May 23.
  • Union Historical Society will host a free presentation by Doug Protsik on Wednesday, April 7, at 6:45 p.m. via Zoom. Protsik, who accompanies Union’s annual silent movie, will play traditional Maine country dance songs and silent ...
  • The Portland Symphony Orchestra will film and release six new digital concerts for the spring season. Each will be available to watch on-demand for 30 days through the PSO TV video platform, with pay-what-you-can digital access ...
  • Theater company Belfast Maskers is offering teens and young adults an opportunity to work alongside seasoned crew to learn the craft of technical theater or to expand their knowledge and portfolio. Participants can assist in stage ...
  • The Belfast Maskers are now selling tickets for the shows to be featured in the community theater group’s 34th season. The Maskers plan a reprise of Shakespeare’s comedy “As You Like It,” set in America in the ’60s, to open ...
  • Virtual Rainbow Ball Online Through Mid-May
    Out Maine will hold its Virtual Rainbow Ball Wednesday, March 10, through mid-May. The events, for LGBTQ+ and allied teens ages 13 to 17, are free. The Virtual Rainbow Ball will feature a series of online workshops, culminating ...
  • DaPonte String Quartet Offers Online Concerts
    The DaPonte String Quartet is offering a six-part series of online concerts; the first, featuring Beethoven’s String Quartet No. 5 in A Major, is now available by visiting onstage.daponte.org. The performance was filmed at ...
  • The last two productions of Penobscot Theatre Company’s Main Course online series will be Who Killed Zolan Mize?, an interactive show playing March 11–April 3, and Je ne suis pas Evangeline (I Am Not Evangeline), which will be ...
  • The Portland Conservatory of Music, a nonprofit community music school, offers free, online performances by school faculty in its weekly Noonday Concert series. This academic year’s concert series is being presented ...
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