May 06, 2022
May 22, 2022
The MainStage season will conclude in May with An Inspector Calls by J.B. Priestley, directed by Genevieve Aichele. A young girl commits suicide and an eminently respectable British family is subject to a routine inquiry in connection with the death. An inspector calls to interrogate the family about their possible roles in her undoing. 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.” In an era of instant global communication and connection, these issues seem even more important than they were 75 years ago.
May 6-May 27, 2022
Fridays & Saturdays | 8PM
Sundays | 2PM
$30 for adults; $26 for senior/student/veteran
New Hampshire Theatre Project’s 2021-22 MainStage Season focuses on the season theme: Are We There Yet?
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The programming committee chose our theme of "Are we there yet?" for two reasons. First, the obvious post-pandemic issue for any theatre company continues to be "When will we get back to normal? And what is normal, really?" But the theme carries an important message connected to each MainStage production and along with the theme of "Are we there yet?" each production also explores the notion of "What exactly is there?" and "How will we know when we're there?"
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