The play, put on by the Portland Actor's Ensemble was delightful, with Sara Faye Goldman bringing a great gravitas to the character of Hero, particularly in the scene when she is accused of not being a "maid," if you know what I mean.
As always, people watching was great fun. At one point, I caught the mother-daughter combo sitting next to us both asleep.
Jade Hobbs played not only Margaret, but also a tree in the orchard.
Here we see Benedict hiding behind the tree, all the better to overhear an important plot point.
Allison Rangel (in the black hat) was an excellent Sexton, with a very self-important air which helped propel her through her character's incompetence.