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Anne of Green Gables, Part 1

Join us for an outdoor, one-day-only, theatrical event

at the South Road Farm.


220 South Road,

Fayette, Maine 04349


September 26th at 1:30PM & 4:30PM 

ANNE OF GREEN GABLES: PART 1 

Written by LUCY MAUD MONTGOMERY
Adapted and Directed by CHRIS HENRY
With Movement Direction by LORNA VENTURA

A One-Day-Only Theatrical Event at the South Road Farm
220 South Road, Fayette, Maine 04349
September 26th at 1:30 PM & 4:30 PM

 

Starring NICOLE RENEE JOHNSON

In case of rain, performances will take place on September 27th instead.

 

This special pared-down presentation is specially adapted for a socially-distant outdoor presentation.

Tickets are $20/$15 ($10 for students), with $250 VIP tickets. 

Chris Henry, a Maine native, has adapted Anne of Green Gables by Lucy Maud Montgomery into a one-woman, all-ages theatrical experience starring Nicole Renee Johnson. Anne of Green Gables: Part I shares the journey of Anne Shirley, an imaginative, red-headed, hot-tempered, eleven-year-old orphan, and what happens when she is accidentally brought to the home of quiet siblings Marilla and Matthew Cuthbert in Prince Edward Island. Join us in Maine for Part I of a four-part theatrical series, bringing this beloved classic to life!

 


Following COVID Protection guidelines, in addition to this performance being held completely outside, patrons will be seated 6-8 feet away from each other and over 15 feet from the performer and required to wear masks throughout the performance. 


 

Anne of Green Gables: Part 1 will star Nicole Renee Johnson. The creative team includes original music by Amanda Armstrong, Lars Jacobsen, and Bart Kuebler; original scenic, lighting and costume design by Cheyenne Sykes, with sound design by Chet Miller. Caroline May is the Associate Director, with a production team including David Marshall and Ann Fairchild. (New York Premiere projection design by Chelsie McPhilimy.) 

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