COVID -19 Patron Guidelines and FAQ's

New Hampshire Theatre Project uses the art of theatre-making to spark conversation, connect individuals and strengthen communities.

The Artist in Residence program follows these core principles to inspire and instill 21st Century learning in students that last far beyond the residency. New Hampshire Theatre Project has fostered relationships in K-12 communities throughout New England since our inception in 1988. These schools know the power of arts-integrated learning and trust the professional theatre-makers to deliver one of a kind residencies, year after year.

We work directly with the teacher to integrate the chosen theme of study, in Language Arts, Sciences or Social Studies, while providing students with applicable skills in critical thinking, creative problem solving, collaboration and verbal, written and physical communication. 

Our Teaching Artists have adapted to the current need for safety through remote learning. We now offer all of our residencies online, both in real-time and asynchronous learning.

All of our Artist in Residence programs, listed below, use the craft of theatre-making to:

  • meet State Standards and the Common Core curriculum in Language Arts, Science and Social Studies
  • support educators through professional development

For further information or to book a program that meet the needs of your learning environment, please send fill out this AIR Inquiry Form. Thank you!

 


*NEW PROGRAM* The 2020 Project


Learn the key steps of the creative process to express emotions and experiences caused by the CoronaVirus Pandemic while making of their own theatrical work, across the disciplines of stage design, ...

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