DOVER-FOXCROFT, Maine — Maine actor, director and playwright Bobby Keniston announces the launch of a new theater group, Light Baby Productions. “It has been a dream of mine to put up shows with a theater group,” Keniston said, “And now feels like the right time.
Keniston, a theater teacher at Foxcroft Academy, and a published playwright, says that Light Baby Productions will focus on original works, and plays that are a bit on the edgy side. “I think theater is a medium that connects people,” Keniston said, “Light Baby intends to put on shows that remind us all about what it means to be a human being.
There will be a meeting about Light Baby Productions this Saturday, August 27th, from 1-4pm, in the Music Room of Foxcroft Academy in Dover-Foxcroft. Keniston plans to premier each production at the Center Theatre in Dover-Foxcroft, then travel to different spaces as well. The plays he will be auditioning include original works by Keniston, including the play, “The Re-Programming of Jeremy”, a drama about bullying and tolerance, and “Swimmers”, a farce revolving around an underground sperm bank. Other plays include “Someone Who’ll Watch Over Me” by Irish playwright Frank McGuiness, “Troy Women”, an adaptation of the Euripides classic by Karen Hartman, and the musical “Blood Brothers” by Willy Russell.
“I love these plays, and can’t wait to share them with my hometown. I have faith that they will find an audience.”
Keniston invites anyone interested in being involved in the plays, onstage and off, to attend the meeting on Saturday. Any questions, or need for directions, can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org
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