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Audiences Agree - NH Premiere of Weird Romance Is Not To Be Missed

Opening night was a huge success – audiences found the show to have incredible and extremely well-executed music, with a cast of singer/dancers who mined the show for all of the character depth and emotion it’s worth.

Don’t miss your chance to see this show that will move, astonish, and make you think.

Doors open tonight at 7:30 – why not arrive early and have a great meal in downtown Derry (or visit our advertiser, Amphora, for great Greek food!) before the show? Please consider joining us and spread the word to your friends too.

Thank you for supporting innovative arts in New Hampshire!

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This orchestra, this cast, this show….are unlike anything you’ve seen before.

If you haven’t gotten your tickets yet, what are you waiting for? You’ll get entered into a raffle if you purchase in advance, plus they’re cheaper…but you must purchase at least a full day in advance.

Purchase by this evening if you’re coming tomorrow to save $2 per ticket. That might buy you a beer at the show!

Here’s a message from the cast on why you should come see this show…or something like that. 🙂

Don’t miss the NH Premiere of this powerhouse of a musical!

We don’t want to brag, but we have such a great evening cooked up for Sunday night! From a hilarious all-male number from Five Guys Named Moe, to some dynamite duets and solos that just might bring the house (or church) down, to fantastic numbers you might recognize from Falsettos and The Secret Garden, it’s going to be an amazing night. Actors from our past concerts are joined by newcomers Joel Iwaskiewicz, Elliot Owens, and Becky Rush, who made NH laugh in her performance as the Storyteller in  Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson

If you haven’t had time to join us yet, the concerts is this Sunday evening at 7 p.m. at the contemporary St. Peter’s Church, right next to Mack’s Apples in Londonderry, NH. It’s at 3 Peabody Row, and it’s right off exit 4 on 93. You could even go apple-picking before the show! Deb Shaw emcees an evening where you’ll learn some of the crazy history of the musicals running in 1992, while hearing some moving and just hysterically funny performances from some of the best. You can’t hear this stuff anywhere else, so please join us. Admission is a suggested donation of $10, or $5 for students, purchased at the door only. And we have a fantastic Audience Choice raffle where you decide what is performed and by who!

And while we’re at it…Tickets will be available on this website this week for our fall production, the NH Premiere of See What I Wanna See. This show will blow your mind. Scroll down for a few pics from our recent photo shoot.

Thanks for your support, and it isn’t too late to be an advertiser or producer and take that support a step further! Email us, as always, with any questions at notyourmoms@gmail.com.