Giving Matters
12:55 am
Sat February 8, 2014

Acting Gets Upstaged At Winnipesaukee Playhouse

The educational center building at the Winnipesaukee Playhouse in Meredith, N.H.
Cheryl Senter

When Kat Morris's eldest daughter asked to try out for a play at The Winnipesaukee Playhouse, she could not have guessed the effect community theater would have on her entire family. 

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Word of Mouth
10:27 am
Wed July 24, 2013

A Summer Full Of Little Princes

Credit Courtesy Jared Mezzocchi

The Little Prince is one of the most read and beloved books in the world. The novella, written by the poet and aristocrat Antoine de Saint-Exupéry, drops two main characters from the sky…a downed pilot and a prince fallen to earth on a tiny asteroid. Though known mostly as a children’s story, The Little Prince was written during the escalation of World War II and contains clever criticism of society, lessons on human nature and whimsical watercolor illustrations. The Little Prince has been adapted for radio, film, ballet, and opera, and stage – including a production at Andy’s Summer Playhouse in Wilton, New Hampshire in the late 1990s that was especially memorable to our guest, Jared Mezzocchi. Now a successful multimedia director and projection designer, Jared is back to stage his own production of The Little Prince, which runs until July 27th.

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Word of Mouth
12:51 pm
Tue June 25, 2013

The Search For The Next Big (Dog) Star

Carly Gendell with winner Buckley
Sara Plourde

The musical “Annie” opens this Friday at the Prescott Park Arts Festival in Portsmouth…more than 60 dogs barked their way through an open audition for the role of Sandy, little orphan Annie’s loveable and loyal canine sidekick. Producer Zach Nugent went to the Sandy Search  to get a look at the next big doggie sensation.

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Word of Mouth
2:24 pm
Wed May 1, 2013

Word Of Mouth's Arts and Culture Rundown

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Word of Mouth
12:00 pm
Thu February 28, 2013

To Kill A Mockingbird: Rochester Opera House

Tim Plaisted and Sandi Clark
Sean Hurley

This weekend, the stage version of “To Kill a Mockingbird” premieres at the Rochester Opera House. Reporter Sean Hurley introduces some of the cast and crew members to us in an audio version of a playbill.  In this case, their stories go a little deeper than the blurb in an average program.

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Giving Matters
4:12 pm
Fri August 17, 2012

Palace Theatre

In addition to staging plays and concerts, The Palace Theater runs educational and cultural programs to engage community in the performing arts. Rebecca Gosselin is 12. She has participated in the Palace’s youth theatre programs for four years.

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