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NHTP Company Artist Peter Josephson is a former member of the Actors’ Equity Association, a fifteen-time New Hampshire Theatre Award nominee and two-time winner of the NHTA’s best actor award; he has been nominated for Seacoast Spotlight awards for both his acting and his directing. Peter has been leading workshops in the Michael Chekhov acting technique since 2013. He is familiar to Seacoast audiences for roles at the New Hampshire Theatre Project (including Seascape, Lysistrata, Amadeus, Twelfth Night, White Rabbit/Red Rabbit, and It’s a Wonderful Life), Theatre Unmasked (Oleanna), ACTONE (Tragedy: A Tragedy) and Seven Stages Shakespeare (Much Ado About Nothing, What You Will or Twelfth Night).

"NHTP has, over decades now, built an ensemble of artists and a relationship with an audience that really makes for a community – a collection of souls that know one another and that can use art to explore the community’s concerns together. When we did the Rabbit in 2019 – my gosh. That was a story that established a community of concern in the theater, through a piece of art that was vibrant and alive and surprising. Really, that was one of the best experiences I’ve ever had on a stage because of the relationship NHTP has developed between artists and audience."

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