The Footlights Theatre celebrates its 8th “Summer of Fun” season of live entertainment beginning June 3rd through September 2nd in the air-conditioned theater in Falmouth, Maine. RESERVATIONS: (207) 747-5434 

JUNE 3-19 (THUR 7:00pm, FRI 7:30pm, SAT 7:30pm) “You’re In My (inappropriate) Thoughts” What would happen if that little voice inside your head suddenly came to life? For one comical couple, love is what happens- and with hilarious results. Our talented cast will kick off your summer with this fast-paced, uproarious romantic comedy by Carleton Caulfield.

JUNE 24-26 (THUR 7:00pm, FRI 7:30pm, SAT 2:00pm & 7:30pm) “RBG: One Step at a Time” returns by popular demand for 4 performances only! Starring Jackie Oliveri as the iconic Ruth Bader Ginsberg, this is an interview that never happened. However, all of RBG’s words you hear are hers- taken from her many interviews, videos, documentaries, and autobiography -to create a journey through her life, step by step. You will experience and understand how RBG became the history-making Supreme Court Justice, feminist icon and national treasure that inspired us all. Written by Michael J. Tobin 

JUNE 30th (WED 7:30pm) "HUMP DAY HILARITY" Join four very funny Maine comedians for a midweek dose of laughter and fun! Dawn Hartill, Julie Poulin, Mark Turcotte and Johnny Ater give a hilarious welcome to summer with 75 minutes of nonstop laughter! All Seats "Pay What You Can".

JULY 1st (THURSDAY 7pm) "Hoo Are We?" A Native American Magic Show... Native American illusionist David Lonebear Sanipass tells ancient stories during an amazing performance for adults- includes sleight-of-hand, interactive mentalism, and conjuring. The magic amplifies David’s skill as a Native American Storyteller-drawing audiences into the interactive experience. This performance is based on David’s Mi’kmaq Native American heritage and teachings given to him by his grandfathers. Join David and Jaclyn Sanipass for this entertaining performance of Hoo Are We?--A telling of the 3 Feathers Story of the eagle, hawk, and chickadee. David Lonebear Sanipass is from the Mi’kmaq Nation, known in Maine as Micmac. This performance will have audience member amazed and baffled, while laugh out loud humor brings light to what has been hidden. Audience members will be drawn into a performance rooted in a culture that has been in Maine for centuries.

​JULY 2nd (FRIDAY, 7:30pm) 
Comedian KAREN MORGAN! All Seats: Pay What You Can (suggested donation $20) Karen Morgan was born and raised in Athens, Georgia but now calls Maine home. A former trial attorney, she began her professional comedy career as a Finalist on Nickelodeon Television’s “Search for the Funniest Mom in America.” Since then, she has performed in comedy clubs and theaters from New York to Hollywood. Karen’s latest CD "Mean Candy" can be heard on Sirius XM Radio, and her comedy special can be seen on Dry Bar Comedy. Her TV appearances include comedy shows and ads for companies like Wal-Mart and Zyrtec. Her work is professional but never boring, outrageously funny yet appropriate for a wide audience.

JULY 6th-8th (TUES, WED, THUR) at 7:00pm Ida's Independence Day! She’s Off Zoom & Back On Stage... The “funniest Woman in Maine” (Susan Poulin) returns to the Footlights Theatre with an evening of laughter and A BUNCH OF NEW STORIES! Ida will crack you up with her tales about love, friendship and the Pine Tree State of mind. Guaranteed to put you in touch with your “innah Mainah,” Ida has Moxie and she’s not afraid to drink it! Spending time with Ida is like a breath of fresh Maine air, so sit back, relax and enjoy. After all this time cooped up, you deserve it! 

JULY 20-SEPT 2 (TUES, WED, THUR 7:00pm) “THE SHE SHED: Out of Quarantine” A hilarious new comedy that celebrates women of all ages (and the brave men who love them)! It’s a potpourri of fun and funny, much like the old-time variety show where anything can happen (and it usually does)… with non-stop, rib-tickling repartee, these ladies are “a delightful, masterful tour de force, a bundle of high-voltage talent you certainly don’t want to miss!” Written by Michael J. Tobin (Duration: 80 Minutes, No Intermission)