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February Events

February 04, 2021

 1 night, 3 new plays, 8 acts, 21 artists, unlimited mayhem

Tiny Mayhem showcases new short plays, dance, music, visual art and experimental performance and will hit the virtual stage again on Friday, February 12 at 8pm EST.

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The February 12 show will include three new short plays, Something Gold, a touching drama by Terry Farish, A Couple Of Lab Rats, a comedy by Bretton Reis, and Key, an excerpt of a larger sci-fi thriller by Catherine Stewart. As well as these new works, sonnets and monologues that speak to themes of love and romance will be performed by NHTP Company Artists Genevieve Aichele, Amy Desrosiers, and Eric Schildge. Date Night will be hosted by Constance Witman as Delores M. White - who is forlorn and in search of something....or someone.  

So make a date with your friends, family, partner, or household and join us online February 12 at 8pm EST.

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The Tiny Mayhem Series is in partnership with our sponsors: 



SoloStage Workshops are designed for professional and personal skill building for adults. February workshop descriptions and registration can be found on the NHTP website at: nhtheatreproject.org/adultprograms

What Doesn't Kill You Makes You Funnier: A Comedy Writing Workshop

Saturday, Feb 20 
9.30am to 12.00pm ONLINE
Taught by Stephanie Lazenby
$50 - Limited to 12 participants
Comedy is a fundamental tool for processing experience. When we share our pain through comedy, the writer creates portals for connection with an audience. Participants will explore their true stories through writing exercises and the opportunity to have their work read aloud. REGISTER NOW
Screen Time: Acting and Presenting on Camera
Saturday, Feb 27
9.30am to 12.00pm ONLINE
Taught by Catherine Stewart 

$50 - Limited to 12 participants

Whether for personal or professional reasons we are all finding ourselves "on camera" these days. Explore techniques and skills used by screen actors to help you present effectively in virtual and recorded settings. This workshop is designed for professionals in many of the fields that now deliver their services and programs on virtual platforms. REGISTER NOW

SoloStage: NHTP is supporting three artists for six months as they develop new performances through a series of workshops, open rehearsals, and work-in-progress performances. Details and tickets to upcoming SoloStage performances can be found at: nhtheatreproject.org/onstagenow

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