Blue Maybe, a play by Helen Huettner

Sat Feb 9
  • Sat Feb 9

Midnite weekend screenings happen on Friday & Saturday nights (meaning arrive on Friday and/or Saturday night by 11:45pm for seating, the movie starts after midnite)!

Run Time: 60 min.

Regional Premiere at Zoetropolis Cinema Stillhouse Lancaster, PA

Saturday February 9th 8pm

(coming off-Broadway Fall 2019)

a play by Helen Huettner
directed by Max Lorn-Krause
produced by Kelly Glenn and Max Lorne Krause

 Cast: Rachel Schmeling and Andrew Ricci

Tickets are $20 for General Admission and $45 for a special VIP experience including preferred seating, A Blue Maybe cocktail and a meet & greet of the cast following the show. There will also be goodies at your seats.

 Blue Maybe is set in an undisclosed, not too far off future, in a world that has entered a period called the Relegation, a time when we as a society have relegated ourselves to the reality our planet is going to die. The only two characters in the show, Tom and Jane, meet at the mailbox in their apartment building and fall in love. The entirety of the show takes place in Jane’s apartment, and details the way the world has changed the color of how we interact, fall in love, and build a family.

A one-act play with 3 alternative endings, Blue Maybe while an overt commentary on environmental issues, is a not-so-subtle commentary on women’s reproductive rights.

Rachel Schmeling playing Jane is originally from Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Rachel are up in a thriving theater scene from a young age. She was hooked and now holds a BFA in acting from Missouri State University and an MA in Classical and Contemporary Text (acting) from the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland.

Andrew Ricci, playing Tom is originally from Toronto, Canada and is now an NYC based actor. He graduated from NYU and was most recently seen off-Broadway in Single Rider the Musical.