Maine Reads: LAST GAS
Maine Reads | To celebrate the bicentenial of Maine the Affiliate Artists are presenting a series of plays written about the great state of Maine. Join us as we revisit touching stories from our past in this historic year.
LAST GAS, by John Cariani | Nat Paradis runs Paradis’ Last Convenience, the last gas station before Canada in Township 16 Rage 8 in the unincorporated territory of Northern Maine. It’s hard to be happy when your license is suspended, your son hates the Red Sox, and your dad has a more thrilling date night than you do, but Nat is trying, really trying, to ‘get back to happy’. When a long-lost love turns up rekindling that flame might be just what the doctor ordered, but it may have unexpected side effects.
All seating is General Admission.
Advance online: $10 each including fee.
Day Of at the door: $15 each including fee.