We are Celebrating 20 Years of Education and Live Performing Arts in Sandwich and the Lakes & Mountain Regions of New Hampshire!
Join us August 4th, 7 pm, on the lawn at the Arts Center at 12 Main Street for a Gala celebration to launch the future of ATTP's education programs! The evening will include a silent auction, live performances by members of our company, food & drink from local vendors, a musical Tappan Chairs raffle, and our very own Johnny Segalla as MC. Bring your friends, family, neighbors!
Tickets are available for the Gala only or as a package including 5:30pm performance in Quimby Park that day!
Can't attend? Donate $20, $50, or any amount that you choose to help ensure the future of ATTP's education programs
Thank you for being a part of our history and our future!
Advice To The Players is raising money through individual donations, grants, and our 20th Anniversary Gala--to launch the inaugural New Hampshire Fall Festival of Shakespeare in Fall of 2019. This inclusive program will bring together high school students across the region to present a collaborative performance of Romeo & Juliet. Advice To The Players and Plymouth State University are joining together to launch this nationally acclaimed program (developed by Shakespeare & Company in Lenox, MA) in New Hampshire. A vision of the timeless story of star-crossed lovers will be owned and fully realized by the company of teen actors and presented through expertly directed ensemble storytelling and sword-fights. This program encourages self-discovery through Shakespeare's words, inspiring the next generation to explore the beauty and complexity of language as they learn to "speak the speech", challenge themselves and foster creative community.
Advice To The Players is a unique company of theater professionals, enthusiastic community members and energetic teens that has been performing Shakespeare and offering workshops in New Hampshire's Lakes and Mountains Region since 1999. Advice To The Players is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit committed to arts, education and community engagement.
Advice To The Players is located in N’dakinna [in-DAH-kee-NAH], which is the ancestral and unceded homeland of the Abenaki, Pennacook and Wabanaki Peoples past and present. We recognize the dispossession, erasure and invisibilization, and resiliency of these and all Indigenous Peoples. We honor their elders, past, present, and emerging, and are grateful to be guests amongst the aki (land), nibi (water), olakwikak (flora), and awaasak (fauna).