The Marti Stevens Improvisational Theater Troupe is set to perform at 2 p.m. Friday, May 12, at Whitefield Library, 1 Arlington Lane.

This team of actors will perform several scenarios to set the stage for meaningful discussions with the audience. The topic of these scenarios will be the barriers to aging in place in the community.

This is an opportunity to engage with the performers and experience a unique, entertaining and informative theater style, according to a news release from Sue McKeen, publicist.

The theater is a nonprofit organization whose roots lie in literacy awareness. Since 1985 the troupe has written and performed conversation-starting scenarios set in a wide range of environments.

Admission is free.

For more information, call McKeen at 207-446-7473.



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