Through drama, this group brings the mission of the church to the congregation and the wider community. Shows are chosen for topical relevance or inspiring message. UU Theater also raises money for the church through sale of tickets, refreshments, and playbill ads.
UU Theater received the Anne Kempers Award for Social Justice from the regional Northern New England District, presented in 2010, at the Northern New England District’s Annual Spring Conference. This award is given to a congregation that has done the most to support human rights and social justice activism during the past year. The District also nominated UU Theater for the UUA’s Bennett Award for Congregational Action on Human Justice & Social Action.
2016-17 The Beet Poets of Wayne, Maine
2015-16 Be the Change
2014-15 Hunger Pains
2013-14 Occupy Love screening
2012-13 Tribute to Pearl Sawyer, Drag & Talent show
2011-12 WhUU Done it by Karen Lane, Linda Britt’s Chosen, workshops by Rising Sun
2010-11 Katrina Project
2009-10 Hidden encore
2008-09 Tranny Roadshow, Walkin’ Jim Stoltz, Pandora’s Box
2007-08 Night with the Bard, Looking for Normal
2006-07 Hidden: A Gender, Second Best Bed
Children’s summer shows
2011 Bully Show
2010 Aesop’s Fables
Roxie Devoe produced our first drag show at UU Theater for Valentines’ Day 2013. Since then, Christopher Dufour has directed and hosted numerous drag shows to benefit the church, which are now produced at the Elks Lodge in Lewiston. They have been known as Demons and Divas, Ho Ho Holiday, Wings of Spring, and more. We are so grateful to Christopher and his stable of performers who donate their time and effort to us!
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|Biz card size||$25/show||$75/season|
|Half page size||$45/show||$120/season|
|Full page size||$55/show||$150/season|
Spring 2017 will mark 10 years of V-Day aUbUrn, presenting “The Vagina Monologues.” We are so proud to provide this opportunity to speak out against domestic violence. We split our proceeds with local agencies on the front lines, including the Immigrant Resource Center of Maine, Safe Voices, Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Services (SAPARS), and Center for Wisdom’s Women.