FLC’s ‘Almost, Maine’ a beautiful, quirky production

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FLC’s ‘Almost, Maine’ a beautiful, quirky production

Rhonda (Lauren Vidak), left, and Dave (Mike Moran) share a first kiss in “Seeing the Thing.”
Pete (Ethan Hobson), left, and Ginette (Dakotah Watson) are seen in The ‘Frame’ Story, a key scene in “Almost, Maine.”
Chad (Billy Pinto), left, and Randy (Kale Vilandre) discuss their ex-girlfriends in the vignette “They Fell” in the Fort Lewis College production of “Almost, Maine.”

FLC’s ‘Almost, Maine’ a beautiful, quirky production

Rhonda (Lauren Vidak), left, and Dave (Mike Moran) share a first kiss in “Seeing the Thing.”
Pete (Ethan Hobson), left, and Ginette (Dakotah Watson) are seen in The ‘Frame’ Story, a key scene in “Almost, Maine.”
Chad (Billy Pinto), left, and Randy (Kale Vilandre) discuss their ex-girlfriends in the vignette “They Fell” in the Fort Lewis College production of “Almost, Maine.”
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“Almost, Maine”
The Fort Lewis College Department of Theatre presents a play by John Cariani, directed by Ginny Davis and Eli Halterman.
Show times are 7:30 p.m. today and Saturday, 3 p.m. Sunday and 7:30 p.m. Nov. 11, 12 and 13. Tickets cost $12 for adults, $10 for seniors and FLC faculty/staff and $7 for students and children 17 and younger; available by phone at 247-7657, online at www.durangocon certs.com or at the downtown ticket office at Seventh Street and Main Avenue.

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