“AMERICAN IDLE Comes To Westbrook”

April 23, 2008

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Cast of American Idle

AMERICAN IDLE Comes To Westbrook

***** for immediate release *****

No, it’s not a typo, though this AMERICAN IDLE is a reality show, just not the same one that involves singing and a British judge.

This AMERICAN IDLE is a family comedy being staged by Reindeer Theatre Company the first three weekends of May at the Warren Memorial Library Auditorium, 479 Main St., downtown Westbrook.

Written by Craig Sodaro, the story focuses on Dr. Bruno Slacker, a clinical psychologist who concocts a plan to make lots of money with a wacky challenge…on his own reality television show.  The show is loaded with colorful characters who provide fun moments for all ages.

Reindeer’s IDLE features an array of local “veterans” and newcomers alike:  Sophie Braun-McGovern of Scarborough, Justin Cedrone of Portland, Josh Cohen of Scarborough, Alex Cottrell of Westbrook, Nicole Gile of Gorham, Kiara Tringali of Windham, Acy Jackson of Portland, Andrea Kostovick of Scarborough, Brian and Robert Lawson of Westbrook, Brock, Cassidy and Vance Leighton of Westbrook, Jesse Lupica-Nowlin of Portland, Jessica Merrill of Windham, Merrill Porterfield of Scarborough, Matt Rairdon of Westbrook and Andrew Silver of Westbrook.

Directed by Ellen & Mark Munson and Louis Philippe, AMERICAN IDLE runs each Friday, Saturday and Sunday from May 2 – May 18.  Friday and Saturday shows are at 7 PM and Sunday Matinees are at 2 PM.

Tickets are $12 for adults and $8 for children under 18 and seniors.  FMI, call 857-9002.




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