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Upcoming Events

Sep
20

Student Capstone Performance - Knight, Soucy 7:00 PM

7:00 PM - Paul Creative Arts Center Hennessy Theatre: All students pursuing a degree in Theatre & Dance must complete a capstone project which embodies the training they have received throughout their years at UNH. The performance majors appreciate the public's support at these events.
Sep
21

Student Capstone Performance - Knight, Soucy 7:00 PM

7:00 PM - Paul Creative Arts Center Hennessy Theatre: All students pursuing a degree in Theatre & Dance must complete a capstone project which embodies the training they have received throughout their years at UNH. The performance majors appreciate the public's support at these events.
Oct
02

Bright Star Performance 7:00 PM

Bright Star Performance 7:00 PM7:00 PM - Paul Creative Arts Center Johnson Theatre: When successful literary editor Alice Murphy meets an ambitious young soldier just home from World War II, their connection inspires Alice to confront her past. Together they discover a stunning secret with the power to transform their lives. Music, Book, & Story by: Steve Martin; Music, Lyrics, & Story by: Edie Brickell; Director: Deborah Kinghorn; Music Director: John Berst; Choreography: Mary Beth Marino
Oct
03

Bright Star Performance 7:00 PM

Bright Star Performance 7:00 PM7:00 PM - Paul Creative Arts Center Johnson Theatre: When successful literary editor Alice Murphy meets an ambitious young soldier just home from World War II, their connection inspires Alice to confront her past. Together they discover a stunning secret with the power to transform their lives. Music, Book, & Story by: Steve Martin; Music, Lyrics, & Story by: Edie Brickell; Director: Deborah Kinghorn; Music Director: John Berst; Choreography: Mary Beth Marino
Oct
04

Bright Star Performance 7:00 PM

Bright Star Performance 7:00 PM7:00 PM - Paul Creative Arts Center Johnson Theatre: When successful literary editor Alice Murphy meets an ambitious young soldier just home from World War II, their connection inspires Alice to confront her past. Together they discover a stunning secret with the power to transform their lives. Music, Book, & Story by: Steve Martin; Music, Lyrics, & Story by: Edie Brickell; Director: Deborah Kinghorn; Music Director: John Berst; Choreography: Mary Beth Marino
Oct
05

Bright Star Performance 7:00 PM

Bright Star Performance 7:00 PM7:00 PM - Paul Creative Arts Center Johnson Theatre: When successful literary editor Alice Murphy meets an ambitious young soldier just home from World War II, their connection inspires Alice to confront her past. Together they discover a stunning secret with the power to transform their lives. Music, Book, & Story by: Steve Martin; Music, Lyrics, & Story by: Edie Brickell; Director: Deborah Kinghorn; Music Director: John Berst; Choreography: Mary Beth Marino
Oct
06

Bright Star Performance 2:00 PM

Bright Star Performance 2:00 PM2:00 PM - Paul Creative Arts Center Johnson Theatre: When successful literary editor Alice Murphy meets an ambitious young soldier just home from World War II, their connection inspires Alice to confront her past. Together they discover a stunning secret with the power to transform their lives. Music, Book, & Story by: Steve Martin; Music, Lyrics, & Story by: Edie Brickell; Director: Deborah Kinghorn; Music Director: John Berst; Choreography: Mary Beth Marino
Oct
08

Musical Theatre Voice Studio 5:00 PM

5:00 PM - Paul Creative Arts Center Hennessy Theatre: The culmination of our students' hard work is presented in the form of a showcase performance open to the public at the end of each semester. Come join us and share our students' enthusiasm and excitement as they present their work.
Oct
22

Musical Theatre Voice Studio 5:00 PM

5:00 PM - Paul Creative Arts Center Hennessy Theatre: The culmination of our students' hard work is presented in the form of a showcase performance open to the public at the end of each semester. Come join us and share our students' enthusiasm and excitement as they present their work.
Oct
25

Student Capstone Performance - McCarron 7:00 PM

7:00 PM - Paul Creative Arts Center Hennessy Theatre: All students pursuing a degree in Theatre & Dance must complete a capstone project which embodies the training they have received throughout their years at UNH. The performance majors appreciate the public's support at these events:
Oct
26

Student Capstone Performance - McCarron 7:00 PM

7:00 PM - Paul Creative Arts Center Hennessy Theatre: All students pursuing a degree in Theatre & Dance must complete a capstone project which embodies the training they have received throughout their years at UNH. The performance majors appreciate the public's support at these events:
Oct
30

Odyssey Performance 7:00 PM

Odyssey Performance 7:00 PM7:00 PM - Paul Creative Arts Center Johnson Theatre: A new dramatization of the oldest and greatest story of homecoming. When Odysseus went to war twenty years ago, his son was an infant and his wife was a vibrant, hopeful young woman. Now his son is a young man plagued by doubt, and his wife has endured years of loneliness and grief. Has war and the long terrible journey home changed him so much that he can no longer fit into his home? And has his home changed so much that it is no longer the haven he seeks? This is the complicated story of a complicated man: war hero and war criminal; adulterer and loving husband; absent father and cherished good father. Odysseus meets many famous monsters on his journey, but is the worst monster the one he is carrying within himself? Written and Directed by David Richman, Assistant Director: Rachel Bergeron (’20)
Oct
31

Odyssey Performance 7:00 PM

Odyssey Performance 7:00 PM7:00 PM - Paul Creative Arts Center Johnson Theatre: A new dramatization of the oldest and greatest story of homecoming. When Odysseus went to war twenty years ago, his son was an infant and his wife was a vibrant, hopeful young woman. Now his son is a young man plagued by doubt, and his wife has endured years of loneliness and grief. Has war and the long terrible journey home changed him so much that he can no longer fit into his home? And has his home changed so much that it is no longer the haven he seeks? This is the complicated story of a complicated man: war hero and war criminal; adulterer and loving husband; absent father and cherished good father. Odysseus meets many famous monsters on his journey, but is the worst monster the one he is carrying within himself? Written and Directed by David Richman, Assistant Director: Rachel Bergeron (’20)
Nov
01

Performing Arts Day 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM

8:00 AM to 5:00 PM - Paul Creative Arts Center Hennessy Theatre: Performing Arts Day is an excellent way for students to visit our program and experience life as a wildcat in a low pressure environment. PAD is a class field trip experience where students pick from a list of workshops with UNH Theatre & Dance Faculty and Students. Students will also get a chance to tour the university and eat in our award-winning dining halls. This is a great experience for drama clubs, theatre classes, school acting groups, and more... Teachers and Leaders can sign up to attend Performing Arts Day by reaching out to Jamie Clavet (jamie.clavet@unh.edu). Cost of this field trip is only the cost to cover lunch. All workshops are free to attend.
Nov
01

Odyssey Performance 7:00 PM

Odyssey Performance 7:00 PM7:00 PM - Paul Creative Arts Center Johnson Theatre: A new dramatization of the oldest and greatest story of homecoming. When Odysseus went to war twenty years ago, his son was an infant and his wife was a vibrant, hopeful young woman. Now his son is a young man plagued by doubt, and his wife has endured years of loneliness and grief. Has war and the long terrible journey home changed him so much that he can no longer fit into his home? And has his home changed so much that it is no longer the haven he seeks? This is the complicated story of a complicated man: war hero and war criminal; adulterer and loving husband; absent father and cherished good father. Odysseus meets many famous monsters on his journey, but is the worst monster the one he is carrying within himself? Written and Directed by David Richman, Assistant Director: Rachel Bergeron (’20)
Nov
02

Auditions for Entry into Acting & Musical Theatre 12:00 PM to 4:00 PM

12:00 PM to 4:00 PM - Paul Creative Arts Center Johnson Theatre: Audition information for the main stage productions produced by the Theatre and Dance Department.
Nov
02

Odyssey Performance 7:00 PM

Odyssey Performance 7:00 PM7:00 PM - Paul Creative Arts Center Johnson Theatre: A new dramatization of the oldest and greatest story of homecoming. When Odysseus went to war twenty years ago, his son was an infant and his wife was a vibrant, hopeful young woman. Now his son is a young man plagued by doubt, and his wife has endured years of loneliness and grief. Has war and the long terrible journey home changed him so much that he can no longer fit into his home? And has his home changed so much that it is no longer the haven he seeks? This is the complicated story of a complicated man: war hero and war criminal; adulterer and loving husband; absent father and cherished good father. Odysseus meets many famous monsters on his journey, but is the worst monster the one he is carrying within himself? Written and Directed by David Richman, Assistant Director: Rachel Bergeron (’20)
Nov
03

Odyssey Performance 2:00 PM

Odyssey Performance 2:00 PM2:00 PM - Paul Creative Arts Center Johnson Theatre: A new dramatization of the oldest and greatest story of homecoming. When Odysseus went to war twenty years ago, his son was an infant and his wife was a vibrant, hopeful young woman. Now his son is a young man plagued by doubt, and his wife has endured years of loneliness and grief. Has war and the long terrible journey home changed him so much that he can no longer fit into his home? And has his home changed so much that it is no longer the haven he seeks? This is the complicated story of a complicated man: war hero and war criminal; adulterer and loving husband; absent father and cherished good father. Odysseus meets many famous monsters on his journey, but is the worst monster the one he is carrying within himself? Written and Directed by David Richman, Assistant Director: Rachel Bergeron (’20)
Nov
07

UNH Arts at the Palace Theatre 7:00 PM

UNH Arts at the Palace Theatre 7:00 PM7:00 PM - The Palace Theatre, Manchester, NH: Join UNH at the Palace Theatre on November 7 for a celebratory evening featuring performances by students from the University of New Hampshire's music, theatre and dance programs. The master of ceremonies is Deborah Kinghorn, professor of theatre and dance at UNH. The evening will include performances by members of the UNH orchestra, chamber singers, wind symphony, jazz combo, ballet and aerial troupes, and acting and musical theatre ensembles. Registration is requested here. Questions? Contact Megan Brunelle '10, '11G at megan.brunelle@unh.edu
Nov
12

Musical Theatre Voice Studio 5:00 PM

5:00 PM - Paul Creative Arts Center Hennessy Theatre: The culmination of our students' hard work is presented in the form of a showcase performance open to the public at the end of each semester. Come join us and share our students' enthusiasm and excitement as they present their work.