The show will take place at the Jeffrey and Paula Gural Theater at A.R.T./NY and run from Wednesday, December 1st through Sunday, December 12th, with a talk back immediately following the preview performance on December 1st. Please note, the December 1st performance is a PREVIEW for invited guests and press only and is NOT available for public purchase.
Tickets start at $25 for general admission. VIP Reserved seating is $55 and includes a special gift. December 1st performance is a PREVIEW for invited guests and press only and is NOT available for public purchase.The Opening Night performance on Thursday, December 2nd is a fundraiser and all tickets are $65, and include a cocktail reception prior to and after the performance. Tickets can be purchased at the on-site box office, which will be open for one hour prior to each performance, however online reservations are highly encouraged as ticket availability is limited. For more information please visit: https://www.epicplayersnyc.org/mainstage/almost-maine
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All audience members are required to show proof of vaccination to attend the in-person performance and must wear a mask at all times.
EPIC is an inclusive theater company and welcomes all theater patrons to enjoy our productions. In order to make our shows more accessible to individuals with disabilities and members of the neurodiverse community and their families, we offer the following accommodations, services and policies:
ADA Seating: Wheelchair and companion seating is reserved for the exclusive use of patrons with disabilities and their guests who require the features of the seat. The accessible seat locations offer wheelchair accommodation for guests who need to remain in their wheelchairs or who would like to transfer, have no steps for guests with mobility disabilities, and are easy to access from the theater entrance.
Assisted Listening Devices will be provided for patrons who request.
Sensory guides, noise canceling headphones, quiet zones, and touch tours provided for any patron who would benefit from these services.
A relaxed atmosphere will be adopted at all performances to allow patrons with developmental disabilities to talk and vocalize as they wish, as well as leave and re-enter the seating area as needed.
For more information on the A.R.T./New York Theatres including directions and accessibility information, please visit www.art-newyork.org/your-visit.
This production of Almost, Maine is made possible in part with the support of The Howard Gillman Foundation, The New York State Council on the Arts, New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, A.R.T./New York, The Andrew Mellon Foundation, The Annabelle Foundation, and The Hoffman Charitable Trust.
The Women in Theatre Festival seeks to broaden the opportunities for women in the entertainment industry by producing new work by women with more than 50% female representation of all artists involved. The 4th Annual Women in Theatre Festival will feature 10 separate productions including two fully staged World Premieres, commissioned specifically for the festival.
About the Company: Project Y Theatre Company
Founded in 1999, Project Y Theatre Company has been called the “smartest of the city’s theatre troupes,” by N.P.R. Project Y has had an unwavering presence in the New York Off-Off Broadway community and has been nominated for nine Innovative Theater Awards. Project Y has been the recipient of grants from NYSCA, ART/NY, The Nancy Quinn Fund, NYC Department of Cultural Affairs and the humanitarian Puffin Foundation. They have produced work which includes Trump Lear, Gary Busey’s One-Man Hamlet…, A User’s Guide to Hell featuring Bernard Madoff, Connected, Fubar and Great Again, at venues including 59E59, A.R.T./New York Theatres, HERE, Theatre Row Theaters and Edinburgh Fringe. They have produced and/or developed work by playwrights including Karl Gadjusek, Charles Mee, Lee Blessing, Sean Christopher Lewis, Antu Yacob, Johnna Adams, Tori Keenan-Zelt, Amina Henry, EM Lewis, Crystal Skillman, Lia Romeo, Chiori Miyagawa, Nimisha Ladva, and Erin Mallon.
Told with both humor and heart without a single spoken word, SKIN features stories both lighthearted and timely—from sitcom stars and bearded Brooklynites to those facing the consequences of their actions in the #MeToo era. Set to original music, BXBX takes throwback French pantomime and reimagines it through the lens of contemporary American theatre. SKIN is led by Artistic Director Becky Baumwoll and is comprised of the same range of stories that have catapulted BKBX among NYC’s favorite storytellers.
Tickets are $25 in advance and $30 at the door, and can be purchased at www.brokenboxmime.com or by calling 800-838-3006.
About the Company: Broken Box Mime Theateer
Broken Box Mime Theater is a collaborative performance group that tells original stories through mime technique. Our aim is to activate the imagination of our audiences, contemporize the art of mime, and remind us all of the power of simple storytelling.
"...Physically specific, bold in their choices, dynamic, compelling, and frankly very attractive… A wonderful ensemble, they're effortlessly tuned to each other..." – NYTheatre.com, Edward Elefterion
"Their enthusiasm for and facility with the oft-maligned art of mime is positively infectious." – stage-rush.com, Nicole Gluckstern