Mad Horse Theater Company has extended the run of Six Degrees of Separation (reviewed here by Megan Grumbling), adding another weekend of runs from Thursday, October 28, to Saturday, October 30 - plus a Sunday evening show on October 24 at 7 pm.
Also, the Dark Night series has moved from Lucid Stage to the Old Port Playhouse for its final two shows, tonight and tomorrow night, at a new time - 8 pm.
The Mad Horse Theatre Company crew are bringing Justin Tanner's Voice Lessons to the Old Port Playhouse on Friday and Saturday, for a short-notice two-night run.
Voice Lessons, directed by Brent Askari and featuring James Herrera, Katherine Davis, and Christine Louise Marshall, was recently performed by Mad Horse as part of their Dark Night series, so now if you missed it, you can see Mad Horse's company debut on the OPP stage.
The SouthPortlander reports that Mad Horse Theatre Company, who are performing Alan Bennett's The History Boys for a few more days (read Megan Grumbling's review here), agreed with the South Portland City Council last night to rent the former Hutchins School on Mosher Street (barely a block from Lyric Music Theatre in what we might as well start calling South Portland's "Theater District").