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Mark your calendars! We’re teaming up with Amphora, a phenomenal Greek restaurant in Derry, NH, for an incredible evening of entertainment and deliciousness.

Jocelyn Duford’s new one-woman show (accompanied by Jamie Feinberg) will be at Amphora on Saturday, June 6 at 8:30 p.m. You’ll be able to purchase tickets on our website soon. Tickets will be a very affordable night out with a $15 cover with a 2 drink minimum – and the full menu, wine & beer will be available for purchase during the show! The show is recommended for ages 12 & up due to a few songs with adult language.

The hilarious Duford’s powerhouse voice and personality will be thoroughly showcased through a dynamic range of selections in this 90-minute tour through the alphabet (yes, there is a song for letter X too!). With the help of some simple props and costumes, she’ll play everything from the perpetually engaged Adelaide of Guys and Dolls to a cranky, jaded third grade teacher from Ruthless! to an evil but adorable cheerleader from Bring It On and the iconic stage mother Rose of Gypsy.
Here are a few photos from our debut performance in Gorham, NH last week. You won’t want to miss this!!!

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Musical theater dynamo Jocelyn Duford presents her Alphabet Broadway Cabaret, with one musical theater song for each letter of the alphabet! DSC_0160 smaller

The show debuts for one night only at the Medallion Opera House in Gorham, NH on Tuesday, May 5 at 7 p.m. Jocelyn will be accompanied by pianist Jamie Feinberg of Franconia.

The hilarious Duford’s powerhouse voice and personality will be thoroughly showcased through a dynamic range of selections in this 90-minute tour through the alphabet (yes, there is a song for letter X too!). With the help of some simple props and costumes, she’ll play everything from the perpetually engaged Adelaide of Guys and Dolls to a cranky, jaded third grade teacher from Ruthless! to an evil but adorable cheerleader from Bring It On and the iconic stage mother Rose of GypsyDSC_0473 smaller

Please note that this show is recommended for ages 12 & up.

Upcoming Performance:

Tuesday, May 5, 7 p.m. at the Medallion Opera House, 20 Park St., Gorham, NH

Tickets are $12 Adults, $10 Arts Alliance individual/family members, $5 Students (ages 12 & up), inquire for group rate

Tickets are available here or at the door.

So much to share with you today! First off, an exciting fundraiser you can’t see anywhere else!

Not Your Mom’s Musical Theater presents

A Touch of Class, A Touch of Sass

An exclusive, one night only event featuring two acts of lesser-known cabaret and musical theater

Michael Gallagan, vocalist and pianist
Aimée Robidoux, vocalist
with Jamie Feinberg, pianist
Don’t miss two of the hottest up-and-coming cabaret acts in New Hampshire!
All proceeds benefit Not Your Mom’s Musical Theater
At Milly’s Tavern
500 N. Commercial St. Manchester, NH 03101   603-625-4444              Two cabaret acts of lesser-known musical theater
Doors open at 7 p.m. for dinner, appetizers or drinks
Exclusive Appetizer and Drinks specials for ticket-holders!
Full menu available, Full cash bar available during the show
The show begins at 8 p.m. Reservations are recommended.
Advanced tickets (for reserved table seating) are $20. Tickets are $25 at the door. Only 100 seats available. Buy them HERE now!
Table seating will be reserved in the order that you purchase your tickets. If you are bringing a group and would prefer to sit together, please email us at notyourmoms@gmail.com, and we’ll do our best to accommodate you.
ALSO:
NYMMT is delighted to announce our fall mainstage musical! We’ll be bringing LaChiusa’s critically-acclaimed, sexy, edgy and provocative musical See What I Wanna See, which is based on three short stories by Japanese author Akutagawa including Rashomon. Visit here to see how to get involved, and mark your calendar for October 26-November 2.
AND a reminder –
May 6 is Part Two in our concert series! Hope to see you there!

An Evening of Unfortunate Entertainment: 1972 is right around the corner, and this concert will rock! Add in some new super talented singers and your favorites from last time, plus a four piece rock band, and you are in for a treat! With a suggested donation of $10 ($5 students), it’s also the best deal in town.

Stay tuned, as we’ll be announcing a fantastic cabaret fundraiser with two dynamite performers June 22nd, as well as our fall mainstage show, within the next week or two. Hope to see you on May 6!

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