Posts about the lively arts in Manchester, NH.
I ignored both posts, not because I’m a total heathen, but because depression scares the shit out of me. I don’t want to talk about it, recognize it, feel the heat coming off the disease, because it seems that once “it” gets under one’s skin, well, you either try to burn it out with pills or tighten the belt all on your own. READ MORE
Imagine if students from all four of our high schools could come together for a district-wide theater arts collaborative, making McAllaster home base, and staging one major production each school year pooling talent from all four schools, including technical support from MST students? READ MORE
The Currier Museum Side Door Series, which has launched very strong since the series began last year, selling out, I think, every show, is a great place to mix it up for a night and hear good music. The venue is intimate with great acoustics. Couple hundred seats and drinks, if needed, at the ready. A perfect fit for the Queen City. READ MORE
On June 16, 2018, the Currier Museum of Art will open the exhibition Beyond Words: Book Illustrations by David M. Carroll, Tomie dePaola, and Beth Krommes. Their original drawings and sketches trace the process of creating an illustrated book. READ MORE
As an all-black musical production during a time where black performances where scripted to be cut out of movies in order to be shown to white Southern audiences (in fact Cabin In The Sky was banned in Memphis) it was a massive gamble for director Vincente Minnelli, READ MORE
The cast of 42nd Street is ready to kick up their tap shoes and put their 21st century spin on a big musical within a musical – that’s a plot spoiler alert: 42nd Street provides a window into what it’s like to stage a show in grand style, and this one is considered the ultimate Broadway fairytale. READ MORE