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October 16, 2020
“We see this moment as a time to try new things, to be a little bit audacious in the face of uncertainty." Catherine Stewart, Artistic Director
We are delighted to announce our 2020 - 2021 Season filled with inquiries into the creative power of theatre-making. Programming is based on a theme of "What are you waiting for?" and will include online and in-person performances, workshops, and conversations that delve into what is feared, hoped for, and ultimately done when the world turns upside down. NHTP will welcome artists and audiences back into our blackbox theatre at 959 Islington Street, Portsmouth NH, as can be done safely, while expanding online offerings with a view to inclusivity and accessibility. Tickets go on sale November 1 at www.nhtheatreproject/onstagenow
Next Up in October
The 2020-21 MainStage Season begins with a partnership with Strawbery Banke Museum in honor of the centennial of the ratification of the 19th Amendment, which gave women the right to vote. The online performance of Well-Behaved Women by NHTP Youth Repertory Company Alumni Jes Marbacher will will feature NHTP Company Artists in the role of 19th century suffragettes as they battled for equality.
The New Hampshire Theatre Project 2020-21 Season will look a bit different due to Covid-19. We are looking for Sponsors and SoloStage Patrons who want to be innovative and creative along with us and our artists.
Information can be found at: nhtheatreproject.org/supportnhtp
For more information about Sponsorships and SoloStage Patrons, contact Genevieve Aichele at 603-431-6644 or firstname.lastname@example.org