Almost, Maine

Young actors take on the challenge of a chilly exploration of relationships in the titular town of Maine.

This term, we were thrilled to present “Almost, Maine,” a play by John Cariani. The play is set in the fictitious, remote, quirky town of Almost, Maine Here, the sky is lit by the northern lights, and the residents find themselves on the brink of love. A collection of interconnected vignettes, exploring the beauty and complexity of relationships, challenged our performers into the compelling revelation that the path to love is unpredictable! Our young actors, y7-10, grappled admirably with what are undoubtedly some weighty themes and responded with confident, mature performances.


Our company was comprised of some familiar faces from past MVS productions, and many new drama enthusiasts from Years 7, 8 and 9, all of whom showcased incredible talent and confidence. Together, they took on directing roles, acting roles, and technical roles, running the entire show on their own. We are extremely proud of the work and dedication our company demonstrated throughout. Well done!

With a little help from the art department


I really enjoyed painting the snow scene for the background it was a messy job but it looked really impressive

Year 7

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