CCT plants ‘Bad Seed’
Thomaston — Camden Civic Theatre is has casts its fall production, “The Bad Seed” by Maxwell Anderson. The plot revolves around the actions of Rhoda Penmark (played by young newcomer Elaine Landry) who, at the tender age of 8, is suspected of being involved in the drowning death of a young schoolmate.
The production is directed by CCT veterans Lois Levensaler and Mary Lou Curtis and is filled with some of the most talented actors on the Midcoast. Playing Rhoda's mother and father are Jennifer True and Scott Tilton; concerned upstairs neighbors Monica and Emory will be played by Dagney Ernest and Peter Carriveau, last seen as El Gallo in “The Fantasticks”; and Leroy the handyman is played by returning actor Ken Mahar. Rounding out the cast are Dorothy Nyman, Paul Aron Weintraub, Jean Levensaler, Bill Maddox and Randall Merrifield.
“The Bad Seed” will run one weekend only at Watts Hall on Main Street/Route 1. Performances will be Thursday through Saturday, Oct. 18, 19 and 20 at 7:30 p.m. Special ticket prices will be $12, $10 for students and senior citizens; this show is not recommended for children. All seats will be general admission, payable at the door.
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