Love/Sick Opens at Swift Creek

By | May 15, 2022

Author John Cariani, whose Almost, Maine wowed our audiences in 2016, has written what he calls “Almost, Maine’s darker cousin” – nine love stories told by four actors with the same level of witty humor, but with twists that make the scenes funny in a darker way. This author’s take on love and relationships is a one-of-a-kind wonder!

Preview: May 18, 8:00 PM 

Pay-What-You-Can: May 19, 8:00 PM 
Opens: May 21 
Closes: June 25 
Plays: Fridays, Saturdays, and select Thursdays at 8:00 pm 
Select matinees at 2:30 PM

Runtime: 90 minutes 

by John Cariani 

Directed by Tom Width 

Scenic Design by Tom Width 

Costume Design by Maura Lynch Cravey 

Lighting Design by Joe Doran 

Technical Direction by Liz Allmon 

Featuring PJ Freebourn, Matt Hackman, Paige Reisenfeld, and Katherine S. Wright

Reserved tickets:
$49 Students:
$15 Special discounts: Seniors, Military, First Responders 
Free tickets and a meal are offered to volunteers  
Love/Sick Tickets

Love/Sick Dining: 

The meal served before performances of Love/Sick is inspired by the progression of true love – with a “get to know you” appetizer, a hearty main course, and a sweet, celebratory dessert to finish. 
Matinee dining: 12:30 PM 
Evening dining: 6:00 PM 
Dining Tickets: $23.50

Love/Sick Dining Tickets

Historic Swift Creek Mill Theatre is a not-for-profit 501(c)3 organization offering mainstage and youth productions, educational programs, dining, cabarets, wine dinners, and event and catering services. Housed in a former grist mill, the theatre is listed as one of the oldest landmarks in the nation (circa 1663). Much of the original building structure remains intact.  

Season tickets and FlexPasses are available. For tickets and more information about the Mill’s 2021-22 season of shows, cabarets, and wine dinners, visit, Email, or call 804-748-5203 Tues. – Friday between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. 

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