Learn the basics of improv, during this 6-week class with Stranger Than Fiction veteran cast member David Chevalier! Areas of focus will include character and object-work, relationships to your environment and fellow players, finding the emotional basis of a scene, and the improv philosophy of YES, AND. By the end of class, you’ll be familiar with basic concepts and have new confidence at work or at play. Emphasis is on creating a fun, supportive environment. No experience necessary! Feeling timid about your comedy prowess? Well, do not worry! Stranger Than Fiction classes do not have a requirement for students to “be funny,” we are looking for students who want to learn and are willing to play, create, and imagine. So get ready to meet new people, share joy & laughter, and mostly have a great time!
The class is for adults only, 18 or older. The fee will be $150 for the six-week course.
Conveniently located in Portsmouth, NH at Rep North, 1 Raynes Avenue.
Class begins SUNDAY 10/18/15 @ 2:00PM and will continue for 6 weeks through 11/22/15. Each class is two hour long session. Please wear comfortable shoes and clothes you can move in! Ladies, if you are wearing a skirt or dress, we recommend bicycle shorts underneath. Don’t forget to bring water to stay hydrated.
Registration is online here. For more information, email Seraphina@SeacoastRep.org
For centuries, Shakespeare’s play has beguiled, intimidated, and in some cases killed the actors who dared to take it on. What better holiday to tackle this show filled with witches and ghosts than Halloween?
Seacoast Rep is proud to help tKAPOW! remount their award-winning interpretation of Shakespeare's Macbeth. Cast with just three performers, tKAPOW's Macbeth presents an intimate and chilling vision of Shakespeare's haunting "Scottish Play".
Something wicked indeed.
Directed by Matt Cahoon
Fight Choreography by Bob Haas
Puppet Design by Kate Brindley
Shows are October 29-October 31 at 7:30PM
Tickets from $15-$25
Buy your tickets online or call our box office at 603-433-4472
Come to the Seacoast Rep on Tuesday, October 20th for a totally improvised Halloween show you won't want to miss!
The Magic and fun of improv combined with the creepiness and fear that is Stephen King. Come enjoy a show that will leave your pants wet. Whether it be from fear or laughter is up to you. Stranger Than Fiction, New Hampshire's award winning Improv troupe brings you it's Halloween Special; The Wheel of King.
Stranger Than Fiction is going to improvise an entire Stephen King story from start to finish. Yes, an entire, 2 hour, Stephen King inspired story. We don't know how they're going to pull it off either.
Tickets available here, or through our box office at 603.433.4472
Seacoast Repertory Theatre is proud to present:
November 13-December 20th
Directed by our own Interim Artistic Director Miles Burns and designed by the Mad Men behind the smash summer hit Avenue Q, comes a musical, steam-powered, imagining of Dickens' classic story about the boy who dared to ask for more.
You think you've seen this story. We promise you've never seen it like this.
Winner of the Tony-award for Best Original Score, cast with some of the most talented professional entertainers from the Seacoast and beyond, and presented with unique vision by some of our most daring designers and artists, Oliver! is a perfect Holiday outing, whether it's family night, or date night, or a day in beautiful historic Downtown Portsmouth.
Shows run Thursdays at 7:30pm, Fridays at 8pm, Saturdays at 2pm and 8pm, and Sundays at 2pm. Tickets are on sale now online (don't forget to scroll through the calendar to show dates), or through our box office at 603.433.4472
Sometimes truth is more frightening than fiction.
Seacoast Rep is pleased to present: Lore Podcast Live
Join Aaron Mahnke, producer, author, and host of the hit podcast Lore, for his first live podcast event. Lore is a show about the frightening true facts behind historical folklore from werewolves, to vampires, to haunted hotels and more. Aaron will perform three Lore episodes written specifically for New England audiences, including two tales about the Seacoast of New Hampshire.
Sunday, October 11th at 7pm. Tickets available through our box office at 603.433.4472 or online here. Be sure to scroll down to October in the calendar to find tickets. Seating is limited.
Want a preview? Listen to Lore at here
Sponsored by Optima Bank and Liberty Mutual
A powerful drama by one of America's greatest playwrights, Tennessee Williams. Cat on a Hot Tin Roof tells the story of a Southern family in crisis as they unravel the web of lies they have built around themselves. Widely considered to be Williams’ greatest play, Cat on a Hot Tin Roof is sure to challenge and inspire audiences.
The Tennessee Williams play is the emotional drama of a Southern plantation family bound together by a web of lies. It portrays a birthday celebration for plantation owner Big Daddy Pollitt, whose terminal illness is known to his family but not to him, and the strained marriage of his hard-drinking son and his daughter-in-law Maggie.
This Pulitzer-winning play will be the first drama staged by the Seacoast Rep since 2013, and follows a string of popular musicals this year. It will star one of the leading interpreters of Williams' work – actor and playwright David Roby.
Audiences at the Seacoast Rep this year had a chance to select a short list of plays from 10 possibilities, and vote with their donations from among the final three. Competition included "Of Mice and Men," "Romeo and Juliet," "Tuesdays with Morrie" and Neil Simon's "Laughter on the 23rd Floor."
Directed by the award-winning Meredith Freeman-Caple, and cast by some of the best dramatic actors from the Seacoast and beyond, Cat on a Hot Tin roof is a grand drama, skillfully told on Seacoast Rep's intimate stage.
"It is kind of like looking into the inner workings of a dysfunctional family, which speaks to a lot of people," said Meredith Freeman-Caple, the play's director. "It's the emotions between the characters that keep it fresh – it's very highly emotionally charged," she said.
Freeman-Caple has directed at The Players Ring in Portsmouth and is theater advisor at Oyster River High School in Durham. She is making her Seacoast Rep directorial debut with the play.
Tickets available online, or through our box office at 603.433.4472
David Roby, AEA
Monique Peaslee Foote
Fridays & Saturdays 8pm
Saturdays & Sundays 2pm