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“Our Town” on stage at Wells High School, November 19th-22nd

posted Nov 12, 2019, 3:29 AM by Michael Richards
The Wells Players production of Thornton Wilder's Our Town will run from Tuesday, November 19th through Friday, November 22nd in the Olenn Performing Arts Center at Wells High School.  Seats for the 3:30 matinee on Tuesday are $5, free for students and senior citizens.  Wednesday and Thursday performances begin at 6:30, Friday's at 7:00.  The price for all evening shows is $5 for students and senior citizens, all others $8.  

Andrew Lopez returns as the artistic director.  He is supported by assistant director Andrea Hernandez, producer Betsy Littlefield, costumer Judi Dion and tech crew volunteers, Paul Goyette and Tony LaPenna.  Wells High School’s production includes a cast of twenty-three students and a technical crew of twelve.  Rehearsals and set construction have been ongoing since the end of September.

Our Town is one of the world's most popular plays.  Written in 1938, it is set in the early part of the 20th century in the fictional town of Grover's Corners, New Hampshire.  The play follows the day-to-day activities of the townspeople, especially the lives of the Webb family and the Gibbs family.  It is the developing, and ultimately, enduring relationship between Emily Webb and George Gibbs that is the focus of the play.

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Caption: The Wells Players prepare for their performance of Our Town by Thornton Wilder. In the back row (l to r): Katy Cafaro, Noel Spofford, Paige Tremblay.  Front: Sam Jones, Hunter Roberts, Alexis Howes, Ella Poulin, Garner Holdsworth and Anna Gould. 

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