"I heard the show is selling fast, so you better get your seats now, dear- you don't want to miss a single second! Call now and tell 'em, "Ida sent ya"- you'll be glad you did!"

Here’s the show that started it all. Meet Ida LeClair, “the funniest woman in Maine” and a self professed home shopping networkaholic. She lives in the small town of Mahoosuc Mills with her husband, Charlie. Stories? She's got a double-wide mobile home full of them. Find out what really happens when the husbands go off hunting for the weekend. Hear about the amazing adventures Ida and her friends, Celeste, Rita, Betty, Dot, and Shirley have in "the Bonneville". You've heard of Maine humor Down East? Here's Maine humor from in-state, the heart of the North country, where the women run with the moose.
EXCITING NEWS! "From Page to Stage: Crafting Your Solo Performance Piece" taught by Susan Poulin, award wining Maine humorist, playwright, performer and, of course, the creator of her alter ego, "Ida LeClair". SUNDAY, APRIL 7th, 1pm-5pm. $75. Do you have an idea for a creating a solo performance piece, but don’t know where to begin? Have you made a good start, but somehow lost steam or hit a road block along the way? Do you suffer from performance anxiety? Creating and performing your own work is uniquely rewarding, but it can be overwhelming, too. In this workshop, Susan will share her story, plus tips, tools, and techniques she’s developed in nearly thirty years of creating and performing solo work. You’ll identify obstacles that get in your way and explore new methods of working. Whether you’re developing a ten minute story or a full length show, you’ll leave this seminar with a variety of tools to help you jump start your creative process and bring your project to fruition. Call (207) 747-5434 to sign up or email footlightsinfo@aol.com 
"IDA" IS BACK!     
MARCH 29 & 30 7:30pm

$18 Seniors Over 62 / $20 All Others Under 62