Celebrating Traditional and Personal Tales with the theme, What Are You Waiting For?
Saturday, April 10 at 8 pm
In-Person Tickets $36, Live Stream Tickets $15
Tickets available from The Music Hall, Portsmouth NH.
Storytelling Festival Sponsors
Now in its fifth year, New Hampshire Theatre Project brings the Annual Storytelling Festival to The Music Hall's Historic Theatre
in the heart of Portsmouth, NH. The event will take place on Saturday, April 10 at 7pm for one night only. Five captivating storytellers will take to the stage to tell traditional and personal tales inspired by New Hampshire Theatre Project's 2020 - 2021 MainStage theme What Are You Waiting For?
With stories of personal trials, overcoming adversity and finding joy in even the darkest of times these stories will be woven together by special guest host and master storyteller Genevieve Aichele, and the music of Randy Armstrong, a virtuoso musician with decades of experience in world fusion music.
An in-person audience will be invited into The Music Hall for the event as they follow official CDC and State guidelines for socially-distanced shows. Details on their protocols can be found here
. Live stream tickets are also available for this production.
The 5th Annual Storytelling Festival is featured in NHTP's 2020 - 2021 Season, which includes the virtual reading of Well-Behaved Women in partnership with Strawbery Banke Museum, brand new one-person shows as part of SoloStage
, the experimental performance lab Tiny Mayhem,
and the premiere of The Uncertainty Principle
as part of We Don't Know What This Is Yet
which includes a new podcast which captures the experiences of New Hampshire residents, particularly artists, during the COVID-19 Pandemic. Check out the rest of our season for information about purchasing tickets and ways to get involved!