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A publicity photo for New Hampshire Theatre Project's production of "The Crucible."

When “The Crucible” made its debut on Broadway in 1953, playwright Arthur Miller was clear about the play’s intent. The dramatization of the Salem...

There’s a good chance the weather outside will be frightful this holiday season, but even if it isn’t, why venture out into the cold...

Comedian Cameron Esposito’s stand-up ascendancy began in earnest after a debut set on “The Late Late Show With Craig Ferguson” in 2013, where guest...

When Kathleen Cavalaro took over as the Seacoast Repertory Theatre’s interim executive director in the fall of 2014, the theater was in trouble. In...

Portsmouth’s Pontine Theatre has been bringing puppetry and toy theater to audiences for 38 years. Those are ancient, universal art forms, according to M....

When he’s directing a show, Todd Hunter says the question he gets asked most often is, “Who’s the sympathetic character?” It’s a question that...

The Garrison Players in Rollinsford want audiences to do a little work for their Halloween thrills this year. The theater is staging live performances...

The Seacoast Rep offers a new look at Tennessee Williams’ classic “Cat on a Hot Tin Roof” When actor and playwright David Roby was named...

The inspiration for “Life After Life” came to dancer Wendy Quinn in a dream. “There was a fragment of a set, with cloth billowing...

In the land of Continentia, the setting for Dorks in Dungeon’s mash-up of fantasy role-playing games and live improv comedy, there are few jobs...