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The Miraculous Journey of Edward Tulane

November 18, 2021

The Miraculous Journey of Edward Tulane

November 19 - December 5
Friday & Saturday | 8:00 pm
Sunday | 2:00 pm

Purchase Tickets NOW
$30 for adults; $26 for senior/student/veteran
This is a great family show appropriate for ages 8 & up.

NHTP’s MainStage season will officially begin in November, with a production of The Miraculous Journey of Edward TulaneSamantha Smith directs this exquisite adaptation by Dwayne Hartford from Kate DiCamillo’s beloved book which is ultimately a story of loss and redemption.  This 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. 

The Miraculous Journey of Edward Tulane stars Drew DeSimone, Kit Grimm, Kaitlyn Stasiak and Constance Witman. Stage management by Josh Goldberg, costume design by Jenn Towle, set and props design by Ben Bagley, sound design by CJ Lewis, and lighting design by Bretton Reis.


Questions about tickets may be sent to NHTP at boxoffice@nhtheatreproject.org


December 2, 2021 | 5:30-6:30 pm
A discussion around the issues raised in The Miraculous Journey of Edward Tulane. 
Free an open to the public, registration required.

In Edward Tulane’s journey, his heart is broken and he feels as if he’ll “never be whole again.” When unexpected loss or trauma happens to individuals and communities, it sometimes feels as though we will never be able to heal and put ourselves back together. How do we find the resiliency to hope and love again? After 18-months of pandemic lockdown, how does a community begin to come together again? 

Our guest speakers will be Courtney Perkins and Angel Simone. Courtney became the new Executive Director of Prescott Park Arts Festival just before COVID-19 began. She has had to rebuild the organization’s connection to the Portsmouth community while contending with pandemic restrictions and enormous financial losses. Angel is a life coach, pastor and trainer, who has worked extensively with victims of human trafficking, helping them rebuild their lives after deep traumatic experiences.
Community Connectors events are free of charge, but registration is required.
NHTP’s COVID-19 policies require all participants to wear masks and show proof of vaccination.


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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