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April 29, 2022
New Board Members
Tim Barretto taught writing, public speaking, and literature at the University of New Hampshire’s Thompson School of Applied Science for over thirty years before retiring in May 2017. He is currently Professor Emeritus at UNH. He has spent most of his adult life pursuing ways to eliminate child abuse, and in that capacity has served as a passionate advocate for children through serving on boards and promoting public education about the need to value and protect our children. Tim has served as an Advisor to the Elephant-in-the-Room Series® since its inception and serves as Chair of the EITR Advisory Committee: "I have believed for many, many years that theater connects us not just to essential ideas about humanity that we need to think about, but more importantly to some of the deepest parts of ourselves and others that we can learn from. For me, NHTP is absolutely in the vanguard of helping us to make these connections between ourselves and others."
Company Artist Monique Peaslee Foote serves on the NHTP Board as Artist Liaison, She holds a BA in Performance from New England College and an MA in Educational Theater from New York University. Her recent professional acting credits include productions at Hackmatack Playhouse: Judy in The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Nighttime, Truvy in Steel Magnolias, half the women of Almost, Maine; Carol in Seacoast Rep’s Laughter on the 23rd Floor; Frank Goodman in Men on Boats, and as the inspector in An Inspector Calls both at NHTP. "NHTP creates smart and innovative pieces that challenge audiences and creators to think and engage. We humans learn and feel together when we witness and create art. Theater and all that it encompasses is where I feel most at home. Its language resonates with me unlike anything else in the universe. NHTP has a unique and beautiful standard that they hold their work to and I’m proud to be a part of the stories told and conversations that begin here."
Congratulations to StageWright Films and the entire cast and crew of Not on this Night for their multiple Boston New England Regional Emmy nominations including NHTP artists Bill Humphreys, Arts/Entertainment-Long Form Content for the film and Director Long Form Content ,and CJ Lewis, Producer/Composer for the film and Musical Composition/Arrangement. Winners will be announced on June 4th at the Wang Center. So well done and our fingers are crossed!
Memorial Bench - NHTP has been gifted a new bench in memory of theater director Carol Glaser by her former students at Syosset High School. Thanks to Brian Horowitz, Keith Planit and Marci Rubin for this generous gift in honor of their beloved teacher. We would love to get a matching bench! If you have someone you'd like to honor in this way, please contact email@example.com
We are incredibly grateful to Bangor Savings Bank for supporting the Elephant-in-the-Room Series®.
Bangor Savings Bank has partnered with and invested in our communities since 1852. The Bangor Savings Bank Foundation’s mission is to focus philanthropic efforts on initiatives that will make our communities more prosperous, more livable, and more vibrant.
May 6 - 22, 2022
Friday & Saturday | 8:00 pm
Sunday | 2:00 pm
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$30 for adults; $26 for senior/student/veteran
Questions about tickets may be sent to NHTP at boxoffice@nhtheatreproject.
This production of An Inspector Calls is made possible by Season Sponsors: JCM Management, Inc., Kennebunk Savings and Production Sponsors: CherylAnne Williams, John Bolduc & Anne Corriveau, and the Flo Bros & Sisses.
Followed by a community discussion about suicide and the effects on individuals, their families and the community. Presented In collaboration with Seacoast Mental Health Center, Inc.
Thursday, May 19 - 5:30-6:30 pm
Saturday, June 11 - 10:00 to 11:30 am
This workshop will focus on the fundamentals of the Standard British (Received Pronunciation) dialect for the stage. Participants will learn about the physical shifts, musicality and key sounds that help establish and maintain an authentic British dialect. Aimee Blesing is an actor, director, singer and dialect coach who been coaching productions and teaching dialect acquisition to actors for 15 years. Full Workshop Information HERE.