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When the weather is at its peak, so are Seacoast theaters. Each year, local stages pack their summer seasons with captivating plays and bombastic...

In “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory,” Roald Dahl wrote, “A little nonsense now and then is relished by the wisest men.” By that standard,...

Miles Burns has been teaching youth and teen theater classes at the Seacoast Repertory Theatre for years, but it wasn’t until this year that...

When Todd Hunter directed his first play 17 years ago — “Merry-Go-Round” at The Players’ Ring — he might have thrown a prop, or...

experience — and talk about — theater Electricity changed the way theater happens, according to Catherine Stewart. Before electric lights, theaters were evenly lit,...

There is nothing more enervating, or even fatal, to theater than habit, which leeches plays of their vitality and muffles their existential inquiry. This...

Comedian Eugene Mirman offers helpful hints and reminisces about summers in N.H. Eugene Mirman just wants to help. The Massachusetts-via-Moscow native, who currently provides the...

Fairy tales take on different meanings for adults. Just think: what would it be like for Snow White to remember her adolescent years? Stories...

Above, Christine Dulong and Rosie Stage Force’s latest production puts dogs in the spotlight By Charlie Weinmann Kent Stephens needed an idea. The artistic director and founder...

From staff reports Don’t be surprised if you see gangs of pirates, fairies, and Native Americans in Prescott Park this summer. It’s all part of...