All in the Timing, Seacoast Sessions Launch, Elephant in the Room Begins

January 24, 2019

  

NHTP OnStage Now & Next Up

This weekend is the last for the hilarious All in theTiming with four performances Friday through Sunday. NHTP's new Seacoast Sessions Series launches February 3 with Cormac McCarthy followed by the first of the 2019 Elephant in the Room Series on February 7 focused on Eating Disorders & Body Image.

All in the Timing By David Ives
Directed by Blair Hundertmark
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Final Shows: Fri, Jan 25 @ 8:00pm; Sat, Jan 26 @ 2:00pm; Sat, Jan 26 @ 8:00pm; Sun Jan 27 @ 2:00pm
All in the Timing, David Ives’ witty, romantic and absurd is an exploration of language and time. 
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Photo by Meghann Beauchamp  L to R: Bretton Reis, Jennifer Towle, Adam LaFramboise 

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New Series Seacoast Sessions Launches with Cormac McCarthy  February 3, 2019 @ 2:00pm 
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Seacoast Sessions is a brand new series of intimate Sunday afternoon concerts and conversations with beloved seacoast musicians, hosted by Kathleen Somssich of WSCA Radio.  The series begins on Sunday, February 3 at 2:00pm with New England’s “troubadour of the common people,” Cormac McCarthy.  Cormac will share some of his favorite songs and stories.  Audiences will also have a unique opportunity to peek through an intimate window into the man behind the music.

Cormac McCarthy - Courtesy Photo

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The Second Season of Elephant in the Room Series Opens February 7 at 7:00pm with a Focus on Eating Disorders & Body Image

 The second season of NHTP’s provocative Elephant-in-the-Room Series opens February 7 at 7:00pm with the topic of Eating Disorders & Body Image, featuring a reading of Linda Daugherty’s play Eat: It’s Not About Food by seacoast actors and teens. The script dramatizes the dangerous and confusing world of eating disorders in women and men, girls and boys, exploring causes, warning signs, and the influences of both society and the media on this too often tragic issue.   Admission to the reading and discussion is free, but donations will be gratefully accepted to benefit the Multi-Services Eating Disorders Association in Newton MA.  


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