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Phone: 603/431-6644



Womenswerk (performance art with a comic feminine perspective - They succeed in riveting their audience through each scene - NH Seacoast Sunday); A Child's Christmas in Wales (a readers' theatre Victorian holiday celebration); Fabulous Faerie Tales; and Beyond Myth (traditional tales and myths updated, unplugged and gender-twisted). Blockbookings and community residencies are encouraged.

Programs: Performances, lecture-demonstrations, workshops, master classes, residencies.

Community Residency Activities: Workshops, master classes and lecture-demonstrations can be presented at any facility including schools, libraries, special needs sites, and businesses. Material is specifically designed for each particular audience, and features theatrical techniques reflected in the community's chosen concert performance. Examples include: Theatre & Conflict Resolution; Theatre Techniques for the Business World; and The Art of Elegant Violence. Note: For AIE residencies, please see Kitchensink Theatre.

Fees: Performances range from $500 (blockbookings) to $1500; Fees vary for workshops, master classes and lecture-demonstrations - approximately $200/artist.

Special Requirements: All productions are designed to tour and adapt to any facility or venue. Theatrical lighting is recommended for concert performances.

Special funding available through: New Hampshire State Council on the Arts.
(603) 271-2789
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New Hampshire Theatre Project, under the artistic direction of Genevieve Aichele, produces and tours educational and family theatre programs with high production values and a strong commitment to New Hampshire artists and audiences.

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