In Fall 2020, TAM launched Plays of Futures Passed, streaming productions from Summer Rep and Fall Shows. Shows will premiere one Friday a month until the end of 2020. The Plays of Futures Passed Series features many of TAM’s favorite productions giving audiences a chance to experience a little bit of live theater from the safety of their homes.

Measure for Measure will be streamed via YouTube and a link will be provided via email. For Pride@Prejudice and The Turn of the Screw, patrons will follow the link to Broadway on Demand’s platform, ShowShare, to book tickets and receive the video link that will let them “rent” the show for 48 hours once it’s started. For Measure for Measure tickets are $25; and for the ShowShare productions tickets are $20 with a service charge of $3.95. 

Plays of Futures Passed Streaming Series includes:

Pirates of Penzance by Gilbert & Sullivan: Streamed September 18- 24

TAM Fall Show 2018 Directed by Adam P. Blais
Sponsored by Granite Hill Estates

Gilbert and Sullivan’s hilarious farce is packed full of sentimental pirates, bumbling British Bobbies, and improbable paradoxes. Join the band of swashbuckling buccaneers, Victorian maidens, and the delightful “model of a modern Major-General” for a rollicking romp over the rocky coast of Cornwall.


The Turn of the Screw adapted by Jeffrey Hatcher: Streamed October 23-29

TAM Summer Rep 2015 Directed by James Noel Hoban
Sponsored by Christine & David Heckman and George & Elaine Keyes

Based on Henry James’ story, A young governess is left to care for two recently orphaned children in a lonely English manor. She begins to see the specters of the former governess and her lover haunting the children and embarks on a macabre journey to save their souls. But what if the ghosts aren’t real?


Measure for Measure by William Shakespeare: Streamed November 13-19

TAM Shakespeare in Maine Communities 2020
Directed by James Noel Hoban
Sponsored by Arts Midwest/ National Endowment for the Arts, The Onion Foundation, and Robert & Moira Fuller

Love and Lust, Virtue and Vice, Justice and Faith collide in Shakespeare’s strikingly current play about the impossible moral choices the novice Isabella faces when her brother is sentenced to death for impregnating his fiancée. When the hypocritical Angelo propositions Isabella in exchange for Claudio’s release, she must decide whether to uphold her holy vows or save her brother’s life.


Pride@Prejudice by Daniel Elihu Kramer: Streamed December 18-24

TAM Summer Rep 2018 Directed by Janis Stevens
Sponsored by Eaton Peabody and DR Struck Landscape Nursery
Elizabeth Bennet and Mr. Darcy fall in love all over again—in this romantic deconstruction of Austen’s beloved novel. Playfully reinvented with modern-day characters literally stepping off the page to blog, google, and tweet, this homage to one of the world’s most popular love stories is delivered with humor, wit, and just a little sass.

To view our 2020 Digital Program Book click here