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April 01, 2022
New Hampshire Theatre Project’s 6th Annual Storytelling Festival will take place at New Hampshire Theatre Project on Friday, April 8 at 8 pm and will also be streamed online. Featured performers Anne Jennison, Gwendolyn Quezaire-Presutti and Megan Wells.
Music will be provided by Ben Baldwin and Kent Allyn.
Special thank you to The Music Hall for working with us to bring the 6th Annual Storytelling Festival to you! Thank you to Storytelling Festival sponsors: JCM Management, Inc., Kennebunk Savings, Emilie Spaulding, and NH State Council on the Arts.
MYSTERY in HISTORY
A workshop on creating a Historical Impersonation
with storyteller Megan Wells
Thursday, April 7
How do you make a hero or heroine human? Even when the facts are dynamic and the historical event memorable, portraying an iconic figure from the past can feel like detective work. Join Megan Wells, for an engaging workshop solving the mystery of dynamics, depth and delivery.
Megan Wells is a Chicago-based storyteller known for her historical impersonations, including Florence Nightingale, Eleanor Roosevelt, Juliette Lowe, George Sand and Maria Anna Mozart. She will be performing at NHTP on April 8 as part of NHTP's 6th Annual Storytelling Festival.
"...you will find yourself laughing your heart open." Liz Korabek-EmersonFinal Performance Dates
$30 for adults; $26 for senior/student/veteran
Questions about tickets may be sent to NHTP at boxoffice@nhtheatreproject.