The village of Islesford is located on Little Cranberry Island, Maine, one of five islands that comprise the Town of Cranberry Isles. Islesford lies approximately three miles off the southern tip of Mt. Desert Island, home to Bar Harbor and Acadia National Park. Get to know Islesford

Islesford can be reached by private boat, passenger ferry or water taxi. Theater patrons interested in sailing to the island should call the town office and speak with Eric at 207-244-4475 about reserving a mooring. To reach the performance by ferry, patrons take the Cranberry Cove Ferry out of Southwest Harbor. For directions, fare and schedule information, please follow the link. John Dwelley is the captain of the water taxi Delight. To reach the theater in "wicker-chaired comfort" from Southwest or Northeast Harbor, call John at 207-244-5724.

Once on island, find the Islesford Neighborhood House (home to the Islesford Theater Project) by following the road as it wends to the right up from the town dock. At the top of the hill, just past the Congregational church, take a left. The Islesford Neighborhood House is the first building facing the street on your left. Learn more about the Islesford Neighborhood House

Patrons interested in dining before the show are in luck. June-August, Islesford is home to the Islesford Dock Restaurant. To make a reservation, call 207-244-7494. Reservations are recommended for no later than 6:30pm.

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