Stages all over the state are preparing for an onslaught of theatrical excitement.

The Maine Drama Festival is back and in person this year, with nearly 60 Maine high schools dispersing all over the state to tread the boards with their one-act play performances. The MDF will take place on March 25 and 26 at eight locations. Those locations are as follows:

Camden Hills Regional High School; Ellsworth High School; Stearns High School; Gorham High School; Mount Desert Island High School; Yarmouth High School; Kennebunk High School; and Winthrop High School.

(It should be noted that some, but not all of these locations will be allowing in-person audiences due to varying circumstances surrounding the pandemic. Be sure to check ahead before planning to visit any of these sites and please follow any and all guidelines/requirements put in place by each location.)

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Memories of the hardwood still echo following the recent high school basketball tournaments – memories of hard-fought, hard-won games. But it’s a different sort of scholastic competition playing out this weekend in venues across the state - a competition whose players are just as devoted and just as passionate as any who took to the floor at the Cross Insurance Center, the Augusta Civic Center or the Cumberland County Civic Center.

Stages all over the state being prepared for the largest scholastic drama weekend of the year - the Maine Drama Festival.

The Maine Drama Festival has been a going concern for nearly a century, giving high school students an opportunity to take to the stage and encounter like-minded peers in a competitive, yet supportive environment. Under the auspices of the Maine Principals Association, schools from across Maine come together to present theatrical works they have produced.

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