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Theater at Monmouth will present “A Conversation with David Harbour” as a fundraising event at 3:30 p.m. on Saturday, Aug. 12, at Cumston Hall in Monmouth. This special event with the former Theater at Monmouth Company member will be an exclusive on-stage interview and includes the opportunity to have audience questions answered by the actor.

A renowned actor in TV, film, and theater, Harbour has appeared on Broadway as John Williamson in “Glengarry Glen Ross,” Bassanio in “The Merchant of Venice,” in various roles in “The Coast of Utopia,” and as Nick in “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?,” a role which earned him a Tony Award Nomination in 2005. Harbour also appeared in several shows at Theater at Monmouth from 1994 through 1997, including “The Tempest,” “Much Ado About Nothing,” “The Winter’s Tale,” and in the title role in “Hamlet.” He is also well known for his role as Chief Jim Hopper in the Netflix science fiction horror series “Stranger Things.”

A limited number of Premium Seats are available, which include seating in the first three rows of the Orchestra as well as admittance to a reception to be held from 5:30-7:30 p.m. at Tavern on the Hill 305 in Winthrop. Premium Seat tickets, which include the reception, are $150, all other tickets are $60. Tickets are on sale now and can be purchased online at theateratmonmouth.org or by calling the box office at 207-933-9999. All proceeds from this event will support Theater at Monmouth’s Artistic and Education Programming.

Cumston Hall is located at 796 Main St,, Monmouth. Tavern on the Hill 305 is located at 357 Main St., Winthrop.

Theater at Monmouth, founded in 1970, was named the Shakespearean Theater of Maine by the State Legislature in 1975. The theatre’s mission is to present innovative approaches to Shakespeare and other classic plays through professional productions that enrich the lives of people throughout Maine. Since its founding, TAM has produced expertly crafted, engaging productions in its three-month Summer Repertory Season entertaining audiences from 36 states and through Education Tours annually reaching more than 15,000 students statewide.

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