One of Penobscot Theatre’s commitments to the community is to present work that explores the human condition. By doing this, we hope to create thoughtful discourse and examine the relevance of theater in our every day lives, as well as provide historical context for the performances you have seen. As a testament to this, Penobscot Theatre is presenting a series of auxiliary events during our world premiere of INK. Get a sneak peek and see the schedule below! All events are free to the public and will happen at the Bangor Opera House following performances; we hope you will join us!
Post Show Events:
- March 30, April 6, April 13, 10 PM: Spoken Word/Emcee Poetry With Nick Bear, Allan Lloyd Trott and Ethan Dana
- March 29, 30 8:30PM: Post Show Discussion with playwright Alice van Buren
- March 31 7PM: Discussion with James Francis “Everything you Wanted to Know But Were Afraid To Ask”
- April 1, 5PM: Discussion: “Birth Of A Genre: Mary Rowlandson’s Narrative of Captivity”– Margo Lukens, Associate Professor of English and Director of Academic Programs in Innovation Engineering.