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Enjoy First Rate Theater in New Hampshire

From Broadway to comedy improv and artistic college renditions, New Hampshire sets the stage for captivating theatre productions in time-tested venues. Concord is home to the 1,304-seat theater, Capitol Center for the Arts where audiences have been captivated by live performances since 1927. Originally a Vaudeville theater, today you can catch numerous head-lining musicians, comedians, and Broadway shows.

Rochester Opera House

The Rochester Opera House is hailed as an iconic architectural treasure. Built in 1908, by well-known architect and Rochester native, George Gilman Adams, it was the center of the community for years. Today it operates as a non-profit organization presenting regional and national performances. Theater and history buffs love that the Rochester Opera House is the last theater left in the country that contains a mechanism for altering its original and unique moving floor.

Seacoast Repertory Theatre

Nestled against the Maine border on the banks of the Piscataqua River, the Seacoast Repertory Theatre is located in historic downtown Portsmouth, New Hampshire. As a professional non-profit theater, the theater collaborates with community arts organizations to contribute to the rich culture of the Seacoast region.

In additions to special productions, the theater offers youth camps, classes, and workshops. Check out monthly theme nights like the Red Light series and the Dorks in Dungeons Live Improv Fantasy Comedy shows for a one-of-a-kind way to have a laugh.

The Colonial Theatre

Promoting community education and outreach, the Colonial Theatre is located in Keene, New Hampshire. The Theatre boasts a year-round calendar full of live events, film festivals and performances of music, musical theatre, improv comedy, and more.

The Volunteer Advisory Council oversees a staff of 135 volunteers who help to organize and produce Theatre events, including educational programs and special shows for children. In more than 90 years of operation, the Theatre has played host to countless well-known performers such as Greg Allman and the Taj Mahal Trio.