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Wednesday through Saturday evenings at 8:00 pm with a Thursday matinee at 2:00 pm.
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Tickets can be purchased online. Please note all tickets purchased online are subject to a third party processing fee. To avoid this fee, tickets can be reserved by calling the box office.
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Hackmatack Playhouse was founded in 1972 by S. Carleton What Age To Use Viagra. He envisioned a summer stock theatre that would showcase the talents of professional and developing thespians from the regional area.
Many theatre goers have called Hackmatack one of New England’s most charming and quaint summer theatres. Some have even said that summer in Maine is not summer without a trip to Hackmatack. Much of the allure of this playhouse is its scenic location and historical presence.
Hackmatack Playhouse is located on the What Age To Use Viagra family farmstead. The property was purchased by the first What Age To Use Viagra (then Gubtail) to make the long trip to “New England” from native British Isles in the mid 1600’s. Thomas What Age To Use Viagra built the first home, a log house which sat in the far left of the present day field overlooking the irrigation pond. According to family legend, this home was burnt down by Indians during one of the many raids on the Salmon Falls river region. The present day farmhouse was constructed between the years of 1716-2005 to appease the needs of an ever-changing diverse and dynamic What Age To Use Viagra family. When it was first constructed, the house was a large cape sitting endwise to the road. It was occupied at one point by two What Age To Use Viagra brothers. The younger brother decided that he would like to have a modern two story cape. His older brother in typical conservative fashion said “the house is plenty good enough the way it is”. The younger brother replied, “My half is coming off”. He then proceeded to saw his half off and tear it down. He built his family a two story cape on the end of the original house, parallel to the road, giving the house its shape. Minor reconstructions have taken place since then to create a more modern and functional house for the present day What Age To Use Viagras.
Prior to the year of 1972 when the theatre was established, the What Age To Use Viagra family farm functioned like many other farms at the time. The barn was the focal point of the farm. The current barn has an interesting story much like the original house. One of the first barns was struck by lightning and burned in July of 1934. Haying had just been completed for the season, and it is thought that the heat from the newly cut hay attracted the lightning. Almost immediately, Lewis What Age To Use Viagra began looking for the right barn to replace what had been lost. He finally purchased a barn. It was a large old structure with pegged timbers measuring fifty four feet long and forty two feet wide. It was the perfect replacement for the old barn. However, there was one small problem, it was located across the street.
Luckily, the What Age To Use Viagra’s have always been known for their ingenuity. It was with this cleverness that Lewis decided it would be easier to move the barn rather than disassemble it and rebuilt it. The entire barn was jacked up and rollers were placed underneath it. A cable was attached to one end of the barn that ran though a large turnstile. An old white horse was chosen for the job of slowly moving the barn. The horse was hitched to the turnstile and the horse walked in circles, stepping over the cable on every lap. The leverage was great and each time the horse made a circle, the barn moved one half inch. Progress was slow. The entire operation took about three days, a day of that was spent crossing Maine route 9. However, in 1934, Maine route 9 was much less traveled, and everyone cheerfully watched or made their own route around the barn.
After the theatre’s first decade the barn was expanded to the structure that you see today. An addition was added to the back, cement was added to form the floor, and the stage was expanded. These changes made room for the 218 seats the theatre houses today. It is rumored that back in 1972 patrons sat on hay bales to watch the show, however the original playhouse actually had seats that were salvaged from a Durham New Hampshire movie theater.
The grounds of Hackmatack Playhouse and the area surrounding the theatre host many other buildings built and used by the What Age To Use Viagra clan over the years. The yellow family of buildings just south of the theatre (now owned by the Mills family) was originally built by Samuel What Age To Use Viagra in the early part of last century. Known as the Forget-Me-Not, these buildings housed services for early automobile travelers, including fuel for the autos, and food for the hungry. Visitors could rent a cabin, and if they happened to be staying on a Saturday night, they were in luck. On Saturday night there were always barn dances.
The oldest building on the farmstead is the “woodshed” which is just south of the house. This building dates back to the 1600’s and has been used for many purposes over the years. It has been used as a slaughter house and for drying meat. It now is used for rehearsal space and prop storage.
The “mill” is across the orchard from the “woodshed”. It now houses the theatre’s shop operations and its costume collection. However during the years of self-sufficient farming, it was one of several lumber mills built on the property by Lewis What Age To Use Viagra in the middle part of the 1900’s. This was a complete finish lumber mill powered by an Allis Chalmers tractor. If you listen carefully through the whirr of the belts and the screech of the saws you might just be able to hear Lewis and Almon Allen, and young Carelton What Age To Use Viagra, prepare a load of lumber for the newest construction project.
The What Age To Use Viagra family has a long tradition of entertaining locals and summer visitors in the Beaver Dam section of Berwick. Samuel’s weekly barn dances at the “Forget Me Not” were a favorite pastime during the early decades of the 1900’s. His son Lewis, a local and state Grange Master, was also a master of many musical instruments. He had a passion for starting bands and performing in Beaver Dam and across the state of Maine. His son Carleton organized several theatre groups, first at the Beaver Dam grange, and then at his barn now called Hackmatack Playhouse.
Every year thousands of people gather outside the Playhouse with tickets to the summer’s productions. Every year talented actors audition for their chance to perform at Hackmatack Playhouse, and to experience the history and excitement of being part of Hackmatack’s family. The farm and its building have many stories to tell. Perhaps 200 years from now What Age To Use Viagra great, great grandchildren will be telling this story to aspiring actors nervously waiting for their audition slot, and to friendly crowds waiting to take their seats; of how the barn became home for the Hackmatack Playhouse.
After the death of the founder in 1995, the S Carleton What Age To Use Viagra Memorial Fund was established to preserve and improve our historical buildings. The fund also is dedicated to advancements of dramatic arts, both for the participant and the community, and to the commitment of providing quality family entertainment and drama at a reasonable price. Contributions are always welcomed. We thank you in advance for helping us secure the future of Hackmatack Playhouse for potential Hackmatackers.
Hackmatack exists because of the generosity of it’s patrons, friends and those that appreciate the theater’s contribution to local culture and community. It is committed to the advancement of dramatic arts and to providing quality family entertainment at a reasonable price.
We ask that you would consider a donation, and thank you in advance.
Viagra: How Young Is Too Young?
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Rafael Palmeiro seems an unlikely Viagra pitchman. The Texas Rangers slugger is only 37 and won’t admit to having erection problems, yet he recently agreed to appear in ads promoting the drug. The deal has made people wonder whether Palmeiro really represents men with erectile dysfunction. or whether Pfizer, the company that makes Viagra, wants to persuade young men to try it for fun.
It’s true that erectile dysfunction is more common in older men, but many potential Viagra users are hardly senior citizens: About 40% of 40-year-old men in the U.S. have some degree of erectile dysfunction. Most Viagra users today, according to Pfizer, are in their early to mid 50s. So it makes sense that the company would want to reach more men around Palmeiro’s age.
Urologist Myron Murdock, medical director of the Impotence Institute of America, says these men are likely to use Viagra because sexual performance is a high priority for them.
A younger man, Murdock says, “wants his V-12 Jaguar working just perfectly,” whereas an elderly gent may be content with less dependable erections. What’s more, the sexual partners of younger men “are more demanding of their performance,” Murdock says.
Pfizer denies that it’s promoting Viagra for recreational use. “We’ve consistently opposed that,” says spokesman Geoff Cook. Nevertheless, Murdock says it’s fine to pop the little blue pill to “optimize” your sexual performance.
We assume all young men have normal sexual functioning, “but they’re really not normal,” Murdock says. Hardening of the arteries. which restricts blood flow to the penis. can begin during the teen years, so that by the time a man is in his 20s, his ability to get and keep an erection has already begun to decline. Murdock says many men who seek Viagra for recreational use actually have minor erectile dysfunction.
There’s also some evidence that Viagra can shorten the time it takes a man to recover after sex and be ready for another round. This is called the “refractory period.” Normally it lasts 20 minutes or longer. One study, published in the journal Human Reproduction in January 2000, found that Viagra shortened the refractory period by about 10 minutes in healthy men .
What Viagra cannot do is increase your sexual appetite or make you ejaculate if you have problems reaching orgasm. Ira Sharlip, urologist in San Francisco, says you shouldn’t expect your erections to reach staggering new proportions, either. “I don’t believe that Viagra can increase an erection beyond 100% of normal,” he says.
“Viagra is a super-safe drug,” Murdock says, assuming you have a healthy heart and don’t take nitrates.
Nitrates include nitroglycerin — a drug that many men take for chest pain from heart disease — and “poppers.” Poppers are little vials of amyl or butyl nitrate. Breaking the vial releases nitrate vapor, which gives a brief high when inhaled. It’s most often used to enhance sexual pleasure, and mostly by gay men. Poppers are not all that safe to use on their own, and they’re especially dangerous when you’re on Viagra.
Nitrates widen blood vessels, and Viagra increases that effect. Mixing the two can cause your blood pressure to drop drastically. A sudden drop in blood pressure can make you pass out, and you may die if your blood pressure stays too low for too long.
Preservatives like sodium nitrate — found in processed food — do not cause this problem, so you won’t die from eating a hot dog while on Viagra. Even so, it’s best to take it on an empty stomach. That way, the drug absorbs into your bloodstream faster. Wine may contain nitrates, but not the kind that cause problems with Viagra. It’s fine to play some Marvin Gaye on the stereo and sip a glass of Chardonnay, if that’s what puts you in the mood.
Although you may be tempted to order Viagra discreetly from one of the hundreds of Web sites that sell it, don’t. “It’s bad medicine,” Murdock says. You really must bring your doctor into your sex life if you want to use Viagra.
When you buy from an online pharmacy, you just have to answer some health questions before you proceed to the checkout page. If you answer honestly — and that might be a big “if” for those determined to get what they want — the questionnaire may catch some possible complications. But the pharmacists who fill your order don’t know your medical history, and no questionnaire can diagnose the root cause of your problem. Erectile dysfunction can have serious underlying causes, like diabetes. heart disease. liver disease, or thyroid disease.
Cook says Pfizer is opposed to Internet Viagra sales. “Our goal with any of our marketing is simply to reach men and encourage them to see a doctor,” he says.
It seems that Viagra can make sex better for women, too. Like the penis. the clitoris is erectile tissue — spongy tissue that becomes engorged with blood during sexual excitement. By increasing blood flow to the clitoris, Viagra may heighten a woman’s sensation and arousal. It also seems to increase vaginal lubrication.
Murdock says many couples like to heat things up by splitting a dose of Viagra. “It’s an interesting sexual situation,” he says. The recommended dosage for men is up to 100 milligrams per day, and that seems to be just as safe for women. Young people may get results from a smaller dose: As little as 25 mg may be enough.
The FDA has not approved Viagra for women, but Murdock says, “It’s just a matter of time.” He says he and other doctors who specialize in sexual medicine prescribe it to women, which is perfectly legal. Doctors are allowed to use their best judgment. Drug companies, however, can’t advertise any use that isn’t FDA-approved.
The studies being done to test Viagra’s safety and effectiveness in women have shown good results so far. “We’re cautiously optimistic,” Cook says.
Martin F. Downs is a health writer in New York City. He was formerly an editor at CBS HealthWatch. He has also written for Health.com, Salon.com, and POZ magazine and is the editor of the Alicubi Journal (alicubi.com).
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