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Acadia Rep


P.O. Box 106
Mt. Desert, ME 04660

GPS info: 1154 Main St., Mt. Desert, ME 04660


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Located in the rustic Masonic Hall in Somesville, the Acadia Repertory Theatre has been a center fo the performing arts since 1973.

Mount Desert Island, situated on the eastern coast of Maine was first recognized and named by European explorers as early as 1604. The first recorded permanent settlement of this island was in 1762 on the Somes Sound fjord, just a couple miles from Acadia Rep.

Somesville is a very small, extremely quaint New England town. You might have noticed that Maine license plates plainly say Vacationland. This is not an idle boast. Two thirds of Mt. Desert Island is comprised of Acadia National Park. We feel very fortunate to be able to do our work in such an environment.

The Acadia Rep. is extremely grateful to the strong support shown by the many businesses that advertise with the theatre, the other arts organizations in the area, and the audiences who have been the real backbone of the operation. Please consider supporting this season's advertisers:


The Burning Tree
DeMuro's Top of the Hill
The Dog and Pony Tavern
Eat-a-Pita/Cafe 2
Finback Alehouse
Galyn's Restaurant
House Wine
Jordan's Restaurant
Mama DiMatteo's
Milagro Coffee
Morning Glory Bakery
Red Sky Restaurant
Seafood Ketch
Sips Restaurant
Testa's Restaurant
The Thirsty Whale
Trenton Bridge Lobster Pound
The Upper Deck


Barn Arts Collective
National Park Canoe and Kayak Rental
Maine State Kayak
Mount Desert Festival of Chamber Music
Mount Desert Oceanarium
Mount Desert Summer Chorale
Scenic Flights of Acadia
Summer Festival of the Arts


Acadia Chamber
Acadia Channel
Bangor Daily News
Bar Harbor Bank & Trust
Downeast Pilates
The First
Eric Henry, Carpenter
Jordan-Fernald Funeral Home
Lake & Sea Boatworks
Merchant-Needham Insurance
New England School of Communications
Wallace Interiors
Wallace Tent & Party Rentals
Islandscaping Garden Center


Ann's Point Inn
Bar Harbor Inn and Spa
The Crocker House
Graycote Inn
The Lodge-ings
McEachern & Hutchins
Mount Desert Campground


A & B Naturals
Art On West
Artful Designs
Atlantic Brewing Company
Bark Harbor
Brown's Appliances
Carroll Drug Store
Country Store Antiques
Ernie's Sculpture
Evergreen Pottery Gallery
The Gallery at Somes Sound
Hannaford's of Bar Harbor
Lake & Sea Marine
Liquor Locker
McEachern & Hutchins Hardware
Mystery Cove Book Shop
Richard Parks Furniture
Scrimshaw Workshop
Sewing by the Sea
Shaw Jewelry
Spruce and Gussy
Stanley Subaru
The Trailhead Cafe
Window Panes
Woodshop Cupolas

Interested in advertising with Acadia Rep? Contact us at art@acadiarep.com!

The Acadia Rep is closed for the 2020 summer season.

Getting Here

From Bar Harbor take Route 233 (Eagle Lake Road) west out of town. (233 is on the junction of Mount Desert Street and Route 3 in Bar Harbor).

Drive for apx. 15 minutes until you reach a stop sign. This is the junction of Route 198. Take a right.

Apx. 5 minutes later, you will reach a traffic light on the main street of Somesville. This is Route 102. Take a left.

You will cross the old Somesville bridge and just over the hill, Acadia Repertory Theatre will be on your left.

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Nearby Dining, etc.

The closest dining options are in Southwest Harbor, which is about 5 miles South, continuing along Route 102. There are many wonderful restaurants all over the island, many of which are listed to the right.

While in Somesville, you may want to spend a little time exploring the nearby garden, bridge and library. It's a beautiful, quaint town, so bring your camera.

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