The company has brought modern touches, and new plush seats, to its home at the Bangor Opera House.
The Maine theatre will mount plays by Jeff Daniels, Lindsey Ferrentino, and Mark St. Germain.
Snowbirds from the South and Canadians from the Maritimes enjoy theatre year-round at this company’s opera house.
The season will feature works about lumberjacks, pick-pocketing, and the culinary arts.
The slate includes shows from Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa, Jason Robert Brown and Mitch Albom, and a world premiere from Travis G. Baker.
Bain Boehkle is stepping down as artistic director of the Jungle Theater. That plus new hires and staff transitions at various theatres nationwide.
Move over, Ebenezer. U.S. theatres are hatching audience-pleasing alternatives to Dickens—and they want those shows to become seasonal traditions, too.