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July 21, 2022
NEW NHTP STAFF MEMBER
THANK YOU JOSH!
Josh Goldberg worked as NHTP Outreach Coordinator and House Manager this past year. The theatre lobby has never looked better and much of that is thanks to Josh's hard work. Josh is an NHTP Company Artist and is now working with Upside Arts as an administrator, educator, and camp director. This summer he is teaching youth workshops and is directing Pippin which will run at NHTP from July 22 - 31. Full information is below.
In the NHTP Theatre Now
Pippin, directed by NHTP Company Artist Josh Goldberg, is the story of one young man's journey to be extraordinary. Pippin will run July 22 - 31, 2022 at New Hampshire Theatre Project - 959 Islington St, Portsmouth.
Tickets are $23 General Admission and $18 for students.
NHTP Artist ResidencySince the Spring, NHTP Teaching Artist Drew DeSimone has been in residence at the Squamscott River Academy in North Hampton teaching Creative Drama and Screenwriting courses at the therapeutic high school. Students explored the art of acting and writing their own short film scripts. This summer he is teaching a Film Appreciation workshop as part of the Squamscott River Academy summer semester. Students are exploring and analyzing cinematography across all genres of film. NHTP artist Sara Conlon and NHTP Board Member Angel Simone are also working on the summer program.
“Drew brings an excitement to learning through drama, theater and film. His passion for the performing arts shines bright, capturing the students natural curiosity for learning. Students are engaged and curious! Despite the significant challenges that place students in our program, they are able to enjoy learning in his well-crafted lessons and content delivery.” Nash Reddy, M.Ed.,Ed.S., Director of Academics - Squamscott River Academy
Elephant-in-the-Room Series ® Update
NHTP has received a generous $5,000 grant from the Bangor Savings Bank Foundation to support our Elephant-in-the-Room Series®. These funds are being used this summer to support the creation of high quality videos for our newest EITR program: Crucial & Courageous Conversations on Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, which was originally commissioned by NH Businesses for Social Responsibility. Stephanie Bramlett, Director of Equity & Inclusion at Phillips Exeter Academy, Najee Brown, founder of Theater for the People, and NHTP board member Angel Simone are serving as consultants. 15 different artists are involved in this program.
Courageous Conversations: The Company Statement featuring clockwise from left: Trevor Frederick, David Allyn, Sara Conlon, Eric Schildge
Courageous Conversations: The Employee Handbook featuring clockwise from left: CJ Lewis, Amy Desrosiers, Monique Foote, Elizabeth Hylton
Thank you 2021-22 NHTP Season & Show Sponsors
Media Sponsor - Women Playing Hamlet