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SoloStage presents The Adventures of Sleepyhead

From Nov 27, 2020 to Nov 29, 2020

The Adventures of Sleepyhead
Created & Performed by Gemma Soldati
in collaboration with CJ Lewis

Performance Dates
Friday, November 27th at 7pm EST
Saturday, November 28th at 7pm EST
Sunday, November 29th at 2pm EST

"Sleepyhead is utterly charming. And so much more..."
Read Full Review by Jeanne McCartin, Nov 29, 2020

"This is a show that asks 'Really, what is your biggest dream?'" 

Online Family Packs for $10 | Individual In-person Tickets for $10.

 Do you "pod" with another family, or two? Come to the theatre together for a special experience!


The Adventures of Sleepyhead Playbill/Program



Sleepyhead is the dreamer of dreams. The walking-talking nap. A snoozer and a muser. Children and adults alike will delight in this adventure to the heart of dreamland as Sleepyhead fends off the primordial urge to Zzzz...This otherworldly, interactive hour explores the source of imagination and the tick-tock of our internal clock.

The Adventures of Sleepyhead will be performed live, and streamed online. In accordance with State of New Hampshire guidelines a limited audience capacity will be able to watch the performance live at our blackbox theatre. Families can also enjoy this playful piece of theatre from the comfort of their own home through our live streaming platform. 

The Adventures of Sleepyhead, a clown performance for families, is presented as part of SoloStage. Gemma Soldati is an American performing artist and a teacher for Cirque Du Soleil's John Gilkey's The Idiot Workshop. Her most recent touring show was the Award Winning The Living Room--a devised clown show with Amrita Dhaliwal. She has devised and produced shows in Los Angeles: The Cobbler, The Sleepover Show, and Amateur Burlesque—featured in Comedy Bureau’s 2018 “100 Best Things in Comedy"Gemma has studied with Betty Grumble, Paola Coletto, Deanna Fleysher, John Gilkey, Philippe Gaulier, Aitor Basauri, and Mick Barnfather.

will support three artists for six months as they develop new performances through a series of workshops, open rehearsals and work-in-progress performances. The program includes Company Artists Peter Josephson and Stephanie Lazenby, as well as a performer new to New Hampshire Theatre Project, Gemma Soldati.


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