A trio of fine Midcoast actors and writers will present an evening of personal readings and stage performances Saturday, Nov. 3 at 7 p.m. at the Unitarian Universalist Church, 37 Miller St. This non-traditional literary event promises to be chock full of surprise, intrigue and hearty laughter by a trio that goes by the collective name of Not Famous (yet).

Eddie Adelman of Belfast is an essayist, playwright and screenwriter. One of his essays on MPBN Radio won the AP Award for Writing in Broadcast Journalism in 1999. A sitcom pilot that he wrote in 2005 was a top 10 finalist on the Bravo Network’s TV series, “Situation: Comedy.” Adelman’s one act play “Mansion on the Hill” was performed by the Belfast Makers this past spring and recently was turned into a short film.

Danielle Bannister of Searsmont is a novelist, short story writer and actress whose recent novel, “Pulled,” was a quarter finalist in the Amazon Breakthrough Novel Award earlier this year. Bannister’s short story writing appears in the 2012 edition of “The Goose River Anthology.” As a thespian, Bannister has graced the stages in Chicago and Maine, namely, the Chopin Theatre, Lakewood Theatre, Portland Players, Oak Street Theater and the Belfast Maskers.

Robin Jones of Stockton Springs is a stand-up comic and actor who has performed at top comedy clubs throughout the country including the Comedy Workshop in Houston and the Comedy Store in Los Angeles. Jones also worked with top comedic talents such as Larry David, Stephanie Courtney (Flo, the Progressive Insurance lady) Peter Oswalt (“Ratatouille” and “Young Adult”) and Zach Galifanakis. Locally, Jones has directed at the New Surry Theater in Blue Hill and acted with the Belfast Maskers.

Admission to the performance is free, but donations will be gladly accepted.

Courier Publications’ A&E Editor Dagney C. Ernest can be reached at (207) 594-4401, ext. 115 or dernest@courierpublicationsllc.com.