provides a welcoming environment for youth, artists, and community members to experience self-discovery and growth through the art and process of theatre.Watch a video of our story
Since 1988 New Hampshire Theatre Project has been connecting communities through transformational theatre-making.
New Hampshire Theatre Project (NHTP) works in partnership with theatre-makers, schools, corporations, non-profits and and community participants through three distinct areas of programming:
Mainstage & Youth Productions
On-site Camps & Classes
Artist-In Residence Programs (for schools, businesses & community organizations).
NHTP was formed in 1988 by performing artists who connected through their dedication to collaboration, education and community-building. Since its creation, NHTP has continued to use the process of theatre to create revelatory experiences for individuals and communities across New England and beyond.
New Hampshire Theatre Project is housed at the West End Studio Theatre, in the heart of Portsmouth, NH’s alternative arts district. Its versatile and intimate 50-seat black box space is a fully-accessible home to all on-site programs as well as mainstage productions.
A 501(c)3 non-profit organization, NHTP is supported in part by the NH Charitable Foundation, NH State Council for the Arts, and the National Endowment for the Arts. It also receives generous support from individuals, local businesses and community organizations.