top of page
Now and Then page header image.png

Now and Then 

Following the huge success of Homer Bound this past September, live community theatre returns to The Waldo at the end of March with Now and Then, a bittersweet romantic comedy written by Sean Grennan.

Now and Then is a story about love, following your dreams (or not), the costs of the decisions we make, and the impact of those decisions on those who make them with us. 

Coral Gables Magazine said, “Grennan explores the myriad decisions, the small ones and the big ones, that forge the course of a life.  Hopes, regrets, dreams, loss and love in its many manifestations all come into play, as well as that big, inevitable question: What if I choose this path instead of that one?” Around Town Chicago said of Now and Then, “I am sure you will go home feeling a lot better than when you entered the theater and maybe you will think about some choices that you have made, or that you might be facing right now- take them slow and sure!”

Now and Then video link image.png

Now in rehearsal at The Waldo, the four-member cast includes Lisa Kavanaugh of Camden, Emma Theobalds of Thomaston, Dwight Burtis of Thomaston, and Cullen Burke of Friendship. The play is being directed by Peter Henderson of Tenants Harbor who recently appeared on The Waldo stage as the title character Homer in Karmo Sanders’ comedy Homer Bound. Now and Then is being produced at The Waldo by George Bates of Waldoboro.

 

Performance will include a matinee on Saturday, March 30, evening performances on Friday, April 5 & 

Saturday, April 6, and a final matinee on Sunday, April 7, 2024.

Adult tickets for Now and Then will be just $15 in advance and $20 on the day of the show. Youth tickets are $10. Tickets will be available at the door if that performance is not sold out. Tickets go on sale Friday, February 2 at 10am.

bottom of page