Director Jennifer Groover has announced the production crew for their production of “Let It Be,” the first show of the current season at the Community Little Theatre in Auburn.

The crew of Let It Be includes Jennifer Groover, director and set designer; Steve Barter, music director; Paul Menezes, stage director, Eileen Messina, choreographer/mentor to the director; John Blanchette, producer; Glen Thibeault, set construction lead; Chip Groover, Ari Weisman, Phil Vampetella and Gerry Therrian, set construction; Britny Anderson, set decor chair; Danny Gay, lighting design; Aliah French, light board operator; Penny Drumm, program; Isaiah Davis, special effects projections; Alex Miles, sound design; Jane Mitchell, costume lead; Ken Mansur, properties; John B. Nutting, website; and Nancy Kenneally, print publicity.

“Let It Be” is a celebration of the music of The Beatles. The story is set during the civil unrest of the 1960s. It follows the journey of two families, long-time next door neighbors, the Martins and the Joneses. Bill Martin is at odds with his three daughters as they grieve the passing of their wife/mother and learn how to be a new family unit: Loretta rebels, Rita begins a romance with the Jones’ son Jude, and Lucy has completely stopped speaking. When Jude is drafted, the Jones family is torn apart and struggles in the wake of his loss. As the two fractured families lean on each other more and more, in the end, they begin to find peace and rediscover love.

The show will be performed at 7:30 p.m. Jan. 13, 14, 15, 20, 21 and 22; and at 2 p.m. Jan. 16 and 23. Call 207-783-0958 or visit for tickets and information.

L/A Community Little Theatre is located in the Great Fall Performing Arts Center at 30 Academy St., Auburn. A volunteer, non-profit organization, CLT has produced live theatre since 1940 with the goal to provide affordable and quality entertainment in the performing arts as well as education, training, and experience in theatre for area youth. For more information, visit

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