Pygmalion at the Peterborough Players

Pygmalion is the story of a bedraggled Cockney flower girl, Eliza Doolittle and her transformation into a high-society woman at the hands of Professor of Phonetics Henry Higgins. Higgins’ takes on a bet to train Eliza to pass for a duchess at an ambassador’s garden party by focusing primarily on her manner of speech. This

Sugar River Band plays for Peterborough Contradance

The Monadnock Folklore Society presents the Peterborough, NH First Saturday Contra Dance on August 6th, featuring Tod Whittemore calling with the Sugar River Band.   Caller Tod Whittemore has been calling dances for forty years, having been lucky enough to begin his career at the time when famous callers Ralph Page and Duke Miller were

A Midsummer Night’s Dream in the Park!

Actor’s Circle Theatre’s 2016 Shakespeare in the Park offering, A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM, opens the first two weekends in August at Depot Square Park in Peterborough, NH. “These two weekends are our steadfast tradition!” states ACT Managing Director, Rob Koch. “This year ‘s official dates are August 6, 7, 13 and 14, 5PM all shows,

July First Saturday Contradance in Peterborough

The Monadnock Folklore Society presents the Peterborough, NH First Saturday Contra Dance on July 2nd, featuring Lisa Sieverts calling with Randy Miller, Jeremiah McLane, and Roger Kahle. Caller Lisa Sieverts appears regularly at the Nelson Monday Night contra dances and serves on the board of the Monadnock Folklore Society. Randy Miller is a fiddler and

Not for Profit – a Musical

Harmonia Concerts is caught in a fiscal crunch.  Hoping for a cash transfusion, two trustees recruit a local business mogul to join the board.  They get more than they bargained for. Not For Profit is a musical about money, power, relationships, and — yes — music.  PJ Cooke, Tara Potter, and Michael Duffin make up the

The Edge Ensemble presents six David Ives plays

The New York Times has called David Ives “wizardly, magical, and funny, a master of language.” The Edge Ensemble presents six of his funniest and most original plays!  The performance will be comprised of six of David Ives’ witty, surreal, and hilarious comedies. Directors Kim Dupuis and Carrie Kidd bring Ives’ sometimes surreal, always hilarious universe

Summer Dance classes & Theater classes at MoCo

Registration is now open for Summer Classes at MoCo Arts. Classes are available in dance and theater for children as young as 3 years old. Classes begin June 27th, register early to secure your spot. For a complete schedule visit www.moco.org, stop by our studios at 76 Railroad Street in Keene or email info@moco.org. MoCo’s

Family dance presented by Historic Harrisville

Historic Harrisville, Inc.  presents a Family Dance at St. Denis Church, Harrisville, NH 03450. The music and dances will be in the tradition of the New England barn dance. On Friday, April 29 from 6:00-8:00 pm, Allison Aldrich Smith of Nelson will teach and call delightful dances for all levels of experience. Her accordion playing,