Our 2018 Season has finished. Check back for our 2019 Season, to be posted soon!
- André Blanchard (right), owner and manager of 51 Main Restaurant & Bar in Liberty, ME, hands Cold Comfort’s VP, Dorothy Wilson, a check from the December 16 fundraiser that he hosted at his restaurant to benefit us!
Thank you, André!
Tickets sold at 51 Main, in Liberty
In addition to actors, we VERY much welcome those interested in technical jobs: painting, set dressing, lights, sets, props runners, costumes, makeup, box office, ushers, refreshments etc. WE LOVE NEW VOLUNTEERS! Just contact Cold Comfort (by email only, please) at email@example.com
Cold Comfort Theater of Belfast, Maine is proud to announce being a recipient of a generous grant from the Davis Foundation in the amount of $4,400. This grant makes possible the purchase of up-to-date lighting materials for outside theatrical productions. Cold Comfort is happy to partner with Davis Foundation, as well as with Belfast Parks and Recreation in this endeavor to provide equipment for outdoor presentations.
‘We are immensely grateful to the Unity Foundation for their continued support. This year they have given us a grant to be used for professional development where a member of our board of directors will be attending a two-day conference in Portland to educate our company further in the best way to run a theatrical company.’
The voters have spoken! Cold Comfort Theater is voted “Best of the Best” in Theater for 2018. Hosts at the May 9 Best of the Best Gala include Allison Morrill and Chesley Lovell (top, L to R) and Adam Ratterree and Cold Comfort Artistic Director Aynne Ames (bottom, L to R.)
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