THE BOYS NEXT DOOR
Barry thinks hes a golf pro. Norman cant stop eating doughnuts. Arnold has decided hes going to move to Russia and Lucien is concerned that they dont have any trees.
Written with extraordinary humor and compassion, The Boys Next Door, by Tom Griffin, is a delightful and touching picture of life, friendship and challenges. The four "boys" always "tell it like it is," they don't need anyone to tell them how or when to express their feelings. In this time of cynicism, there is an honesty and sincerity about these men that will stay with you long after the play ends.
Filled with hilarity, the play is also marked by a deep care and understanding as it touchingly communicates that these four men are just like everybody else who just wants to love and be loved while finding some meaning and purpose in their lives.
SHOW TIME INFO:
Friday, Aug 25th: 7.30pm
Saturday, Aug 26th: 2pm & 7.30pm
Friday Sept 1st: 7.30pm
Saturday Sept 2nd: 2pm & 7.30pm
TICKETS ALSO AVAILABLE AT THE DOOR: Cash or check only. There is an ATM located across the road at the bank.
Box office opens an hour before show time; seating will begin 30 minutes prior to the performance.
TICKET PRICING DETAILS:
$10 General Admission - Available online and cash/check at the door
$25 - Patron of the Arts - AVAILABLE ONLINE ONLY
*Reserved seating - guaranteed to be in the front row. Avoid the box office/seating rush, or having to arrive early, by having your seat waiting.
*Comfortable padded seat cushion to make your seating experience more enjoyable
*Chilled bottle of water waiting at your seat for you.
*Personal thank you message on our website and FB
*Recognition as a patron of the arts in our curtain speech and playbill
Contains some adult language
Parking is available opposite the Keith Anderson Community House.
The use of recording/photographic equipment of any kind is prohibited. Unauthorized recording/photography will be confiscated and deleted.
Some Theatre Company is an IRS-approved 501(c)(3) Non-Profit organization. STC's mission is to lead a culturally diverse collective of local artists to provide a quality, accessible, and affordable theatre arts experience for the community, by the community.
Keith Anderson Community House (View)
19 Bennoch Rd
Orono, ME 04469
|Kid Friendly: Yes!|
|Dog Friendly: Yes!|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|