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Dear NHTP Family & Friends,
On this day of memory, our hearts go out to all of those who are suffering during the COVID-19 pandemic, to those grieving for lost loved ones, and those adjusting to constant financial and emotional instability. Without firm guidelines from the state, all of us at NHTP are working hard to keep our creative spirits up without knowing when and how we’ll be able to perform theatre again. We are deeply grateful for the ongoing support and donation from our patrons, and we’re also pleased to announce that NHTP has been awarded a $10,000 operating grant from the NH Humanities, through CARES funding from the National Endowment for the Humanities.
Sadly, we have made the decision to cancel NHTP’s 2020 Summer Theatre Camps. Although the state has approved the opening of summer camps, they still have not issued specific guidelines for theatre programs and dates are unclear. Running a live camp with safe social distancing for small groups of campers is simply not financially feasible, and overwhelming feedback from parents and children is that students do not want to spend more time online once school gets out. (Perhaps this is a good thing for the future :-) NHTP will still be offering online private instruction over the summer in acting, audition preparation, stand-up comedy, public speaking and playwriting. Click here for more information.
Check out these exciting upcoming projects:
- May 28, 7 pm - Community Connectors: Shipyard Project Revisited with special guest Liz Lerman. Admission is free but registration is required.
- June 9-10, 6 pm to 6 pm - Celebrate NH Gives with 24-hours of exciting online programming at NHTP. Details coming soon!
- June 18, 7 pm - A Thousand Doorways with Diane Edgecomb. Watch the performance filmed last year at the Scottish Storytelling Centre and join us afterwards for a live Meet-the-Artist zoom. Tickets $25.
And don’t forget NHTP’s ongoing applied theatre project We Don’t Know What This Is Yet. Participate and stay up to date by following the link, and subscribe to New Hampshire Theatre Project on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter with @nhtheatreproject.
Please take good care of yourself and your loved ones and remember, the show must go on!
Genevieve Aichele, Executive Director