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October 01, 2021

2021-2022 MainStage Season Tickets on Sale Now

MainStage Productions: Watch the Director's Preview Now

We are delighted to be producing four MainStage productions this season. 

The Miraculous Journey of Edward Tulane is adaptation by Dwayne Hartford from Kate DiCamillo’s beloved book and directed by Samantha Smith. This exquisite story of loss and redemption is family-friendly but deeply powerful story asks us to look at what it means to lose everything, to suffer pain and fear, and to somehow find the courage to hope and love again. 

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January has always been a great time for comedy and NHTP continues this tradition with Women Playing Hamlet by William Missouri Downs, directed by Blair Hundertmark. Four women play multiple roles (including Hamlet) in a show that’s been described as “rip-roaring fun for Shakespeare fans and haters alike.” 

CJ Lewis directs Bess Wohl’s quirky new dramedy Small Mouth Sounds in March. Six runaways from city life embark on a silent retreat in the woods. Filled with awkward humor, this strange and compassionate new script asks how we address life’s biggest questions when words fail us.

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The MainStage season will conclude in May with An Inspector Calls by J.B. Priestley, directed by Genevieve Aichele. First performed in 1945, this play forces us to look at our individual and societal responsibilities to our fellow human beings. In an era of instant global communication and connection, these issues seem even more important than they were 75 years ago.  

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We are using a new ticket system this year. Please email us at boxoffice@nhtheatreproject.org if you have any issues.


In addition to the four major productions this season, additional outreach activities, guest appearances, and Elephant-in-the-Room Series® programs will be announced at a later date. The season will unofficially open in October, with a live presentation of The Uncertainty Principle, an applied theatre work based on stories collected from the community about their pandemic experience, created as part of NHTP’s ongoing community collaboration We Don’t Know What This Is Yet.   Purchase Tickets NOW


 

NHTP Patrons directly support theatre artists in our MainStage productions - actors, directors, designers, and production crew. Be part of the creative process! Here is all the information.


COVID-19 Policy

New Hampshire Theatre Project is following guidelines agreed to by all theaters in the NH Professional Theatre Association along with current federal and state recommendations. The full NHTP policy is on our website HERE.

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