Join us Saturday, April 28th
from 10 am - 1pm
Upstairs in the Sandwich Town Hall
Professionals (non-Union & Union under Guest Artist), Amateurs, and Teens (ages 13 & up) are all welcome!
Casting roles in our summer production season, including Lauren Gunderson’s The Taming, Shakespeare’s Love’s Labour’s Lost, and our summer reading series.
The audition will be held “ensemble style”: plan to attend the entire audition from 10 am -1pm to get to know us & the way we work with one another. You will work in small groups, individually, and in the large group, with activities including theatre games, ensemble/choral experimentation, and cold-read scene work. Dress to move!
May 12th, 2018
Shakespearian Idol Returns!
Come see Romeo serenade Juliet as Justin Bieber would, or watch Hamlet decide whether ‘To Be’ or to “Let It Be”.
Watch a Panel of NH Theater Celebrities Wax Poetic on Contestants’ Best Efforts!
Want to do more than vote?
To take the stage and make your own
Shakespearian Scene-and-Song Pairing
email Diana Evans at
Local musician Cindy Duchin will be presenting original songs from her new solo album "Dream Catcher's Hand" along with those from the "Open Door" cd, with a few covers as well.
Joining her for this fun filled evening of stories and song will be Steve Hayden, Ed Bernard, Natalie Hebden and Tammy Flanagan.
Refreshments will be served during intermission.
$10.00 suggested donation at the door. Partial proceeds benefit The Arts Center at 12 Main Street..
Here's what people are saying about the CD...
"Cindy's songs are terrific..."
- Cormac McCarthy, singer/songwriter
"Had a chance to listen to your "Open Door" Cd. Really nice! There is something really satisfying about simple songs with time tested themes of home and health and nature played and sang sweetly. Nicely Done!"
- Mark Erelli, singer/songwriter
"I've been listening to your new CD and loving it!"
- Rick Carey
Our two-week camps end with a rousing performance of Shakespeare’s work adapted by our teaching artists and created by students for family and friends.
Come join us for some genuine summer fun, while immersing yourself in the most amazing language ever written in English.
Our 2018 camps will run July 16-27 in the mornings
(9am to noon).
Arts Center at 12 Main
Support Shakespeare in NH
As a non-profit, we rely on the generous support of our patrons in order to offer and expand our award-winning programs, including classes, workshops, and Summer camps, as well as full-scale professional productions of Shakespeare’s plays.
Please consider a donation, or join our organization as a volunteer!