The River Theater, located in Charlestown, NH, is a not-for-profit community theater, with a special emphasis on youth theater and education. We offer classes and workshops for children, teens and adults.
We perform throughout the year at the Community House in Marlborough, NH.
We are a non-profit community theater group based in Surry, New Hampshire, that has been presenting plays since 1979.
The Colonial Theatre is an historic performing arts center, which brings the cultural and creative spirit of our community to life.
The Edge Ensemble Theatre Company is a non-profit theatre organization, founded in 1989, dedicated to creating a resident, professional theatre company based in Keene, New Hampshire. Our mission is to produce the highest caliber theatre that resonates with heart and truth, while at the same time encouraging and empowering the artistic and educational growth of our ensemble members and our community.
We are a non-profit NH Charitable Trust Organization formed for the purposes of providing entertainment to the people of Swanzey and surrounding areas and particularly for the purposes of producing Denman Thompson's theatrical production of The Old Homestead and for the establishment and maintence of a musical and educational association.
Jaffrey's Park Theatre was a vaudeville and movie house for 50 years. When sold, it became a warehouse for bicycles and baby carriages. Four years ago 838 donors from 11 towns and 13 states across the country purchased the building and charged 8 area residents with restoring and reopening this art deco treasure in the heart of downtown. Those 8 residents formed a nonprofit corporation, created a 15 member governing board, conducted engineering and design assessments of the building, undertook a fundraising feasibility study in 8 neighboring towns and northern Massachusetts, and have begun a capital campaign for $2.6m to reopen this cultural icon.
Reopened, The Park Theatre will present movies and live performances, such as plays and concerts by local artists, schools and touring companies in a 400-seat, state-of-the-art, perfectly acoustic facility. The Theatre will serve the entire Monadnock Region of 100,000 year-round residents, 50,000 visitors, and five cooperative school districts. It will provide performance sites and enrichment programs for the region's public schools, Franklin Pierce University, and other private schools at all levels, along with space for community meetings, business events, SAU Deliberative Sessions, Town Meetings, private gatherings and social activities. The Theatre will also offer administrative services to performing artist groups in the region and, with full catering capability, make its facilities available to private and public rentals, and community-wide events.
A unique space and people dedicated to serving both artist and audience through performance, lecture, workshop, and gallery. Founded by Aaron Wiederspahn, Keri Wiederspahn, and Laina Barakat.
Tricinium, founded in 1988, is committed to helping communities develop and evolve. Through its Verbatim Project, Tricinium has worked with dozens of communities including corporations, non-profit organizations, municipalities, and educational institutions to enable these communities to function more effectively.
MA Teaching License in Performing Arts K-12. M.Ed. in Arts Education, Professional entertainer/singer/songwriter. VOICE TEACHER and theatrical production consultant.
Show choreographer, show producer, recording studio vocal coaching and sound engineer
consultant. Personality: Warm. encouraging, patient, focused, fun, & professional.