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'Almost, Maine' runs through Sunday at Grant

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  • Senior Paulina Piaseck plays the role of Marci and senior Trevor Matusik plays the role of Phil as Grant Community High School holds their dress rehearsal for their production of "Almost, Maine" Wednesday in Fox Lake.

       Senior Paulina Piaseck plays the role of Marci and senior Trevor Matusik plays the role of Phil as Grant Community High School holds their dress rehearsal for their production of "Almost, Maine" Wednesday in Fox Lake.
    Steve Lundy | Staff Photographer

  • Junior Tony Cantinella plays the role of Lendall and sophomore Hannah McCall plays the role of Gayle as Grant Community High School holds their dress rehearsal for their production of "Almost, Maine" Wednesday in Fox Lake.

       Junior Tony Cantinella plays the role of Lendall and sophomore Hannah McCall plays the role of Gayle as Grant Community High School holds their dress rehearsal for their production of "Almost, Maine" Wednesday in Fox Lake.
    Steve Lundy | Staff Photographer

 
 

Grant Community High School in Fox Lake is holding their fall play "Almost, Maine" on Friday, Nov. 22, through Sunday, Nov. 24, in the school's auditorium at 285 East Grand Ave.

Eighteen cast and more than 30 crew members make up this play. "Almost, Maine" is a play that has a series of vignettes about love that takes place in a town called Almost, Maine.

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"We chose this play because it's mature enough to challenge the actors, but still at their level," director Caitlin Scheib said.

Tickets are $7 for adults and $5 for seniors and students.

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