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November 19 - December 5, 2021 – The Miraculous Journey of Edward Tulane by Dwayne Hartford
(from the book by Kate DiCamillo)
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.
January 28 - February 6, 2022 – Women Playing Hamlet by William Missouri Downs
Four women play multiple roles (including Hamlet) in a show that’s been described as “rip-roaring fun for Shakespeare fans and haters alike.”
March 18 - April 3, 2022 – Small Mouth Sounds by Bess Wohl
Six runaways from city life embark on a silent retreat in the woods. Filled with insightful humor, this strange and compassionate new script asks how we address life’s biggest questions when words fail us.
May 6 - 22, 2022 – An Inspector Calls by J.B. Priestly
First performed in 1945, this play forces us to look at our individual and societal responsibilities to our fellow human beings. “We don’t live alone,” says the mysterious Inspector, “We are members of one body. We are responsible for each other.”
May 12, 2022 – Final Thoughts Film Premiere
New Hampshire Theatre Project Elephant-in-the-Room Series® and Seacoast Mental Health Center, Inc. will honor Mental Health Awareness Month with the premiere of Final Thoughts, a film based on the play by Tim Barretto which focuses on the topic of suicide.
October 22 - 24, 2021 – The Uncertainty Principle by Genevieve Aichele, Monique Peaslee Foote, and Susan Geib
A new docudrama created as part of We Don't Know What This Is Yet, and drawn from interviews with 27 different community members about their experiences during the past 18 months of the pandemic.
December 1, 2021 - January 9, 2022 – The Winter Solstice in Story & Song ON DEMAND featuring Diane Edgecomb
Celebrate the time of the longest nights with traditional Solstice stories, music and song. Entertaining and evocative, these nature-oriented pieces tell of the deep meaning behind winter holiday traditions.
The Community Connector program was created in 2019 to encourage community dialogue around issues and themes explored in NHTP’s MainStage productions.
December 2, 2021 – Picking Up the Pieces
Panel: Courtney Perkins and Angel Simone
February 2, 2022 – Equity in the Workplace: Are We There Yet?
Panel: Stephanie Bramlett, Joan Gile, Crystal Paradis
March 24, 2022 – Spirituality in a Secular World
Panel: Liz Korabek-Emerson, Bill Redfield, Robert Sapiro
May 19, 2022 - Social Responsibility: What Do We Owe Each Other?
Panel: Liz Torrance, Janet Stevens, Michelle Veasey
December 10, 2021 - January 9, 2022 – Not On This Night (A Stage Wright Film) ON DEMAND
Set in 1944 during World War II near the French/Belgium border in the Ardennes Forest, this compelling story and these unforgettable characters remind us that humanity exists and overcomes even the harshest, unimaginable circumstances.
April 8, 2022 – Sixth Annual Storytelling Festival
Featured performers Anne Jennison, Gwendolyn Quezaire-Presutti and Megan Wells. Music will be provided by Ben Baldwin and Kent Allyn.