Stage East proudly returns to the theater with two in person offerings this June. Krapp’s Last Tape by Samuel Beckett and The Human Voice by Jean Cocteau will be played back-to-back June 4, 5 11 and 12, at 7 pm, and June 6 and 13 at 2 pm. Both plays are short one-person works that deal with themes of isolation and technology, and are being mounted by a vaccinated cast and crew with strict adherence to CDC guidelines to create a safe and enjoyable night of theater for attendees.

“They’re both quite funny, actually,” director Mark Macey said. “We wanted to offer people a balance: something substantial that speaks to this moment but isn’t an overwhelming downer. I think we’ve hit that target.”

Tickets for the production will be available in advance only, at stageeast.org; those requiring assistance purchasing tickets may call (207) 853-4650. For additional information about the show, please email brian@schuth.com, or stay tuned here for more from behind the scenes!