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Maybe Tomorrow

Reading and Discussion

March 25

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Monday at 7:00pm


Free Admission, reservation recommended.

This show is not included in our subscription packages.


Upon reserving you will receive the script for your perusal in preparation for the discussion (not mandatory!)


Our neighbor "The Puddle Dock" restaurant and its sister restaurant "Tour" on Lafayette Road, are both offering a 10% discount on food to Players' Ring patrons! Visit their websites to reserve, and present your ticket when you ask for your check.

Supported by: KENNEBUNK SAVINGS

Maybe Tomorrow

By Max Mondi
Moderated by Jack Neary

THIS READING IS PART OF THE RING-WORKS, A PROGRAM AIMED AT THE DEVELOPMENT OF NEW PLAYS AND EMERGING PLAYWRIGHTS


Gail and Ben live a charming life in their mobile home in the Northeast Kingdom of Vermont. One day, Gail enters her bathroom to take a pregnancy test. While awaiting the results, she discovers there's an audience in her bathroom. To make matters worse, Ben doesn’t see the audience at all. Is she just seeing things? Oh, and the test is positive. Despite her own hesitations, Gail decides to have the baby. Well, the audience doesn't appear to be going anywhere. Gail and Ben even move to New Jersey, but the audience remains in the bathroom. Outside, Gail struggles with the overwhelming tedium of motherhood, and to her surprise, starts taking more refuge in the bathroom with the audience. To be honest, they’re not so bad. After all, they are there to see her! She has never captivated this kind of attention before. What if she isn't in a mobile home in Secaucus? What if she's in a play? Regardless, she decides to remain in the bathroom indefinitely.

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