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This summer’s concert has been quite the adventure, and we cannot WAIT to bring you fantastic music Sunday (the 13th) at 4 PM, including music from Sunday in the Park With George, Pacific Overtures, Just So, and a whole lot more!

Fantastic performers…

Fantastic emcees…

All in an air-conditioned building with delicious treats to purchase, including slush. Summer doesn’t get better than that!

Join us and invite your friends and family for the best bargain in Derry NH. Hope to see you there!

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Hi friends!

Not Your Mom’s Musical Theater brings its unique brand of theater up north for two performances only – Saturday, May 10 at 7:30 p.m. in Littleton, and Sunday, May 11 at 2:30 p.m. in Plymouth. Tell all your northern friends to join us – or come cheer us on yourself! We’re touring with the Arts Alliance of Northern NH and we can’t wait!

Who are we bringing? Oh, no one special…just a bunch of Top Ten and Finalist NH theater award nominees including Mario Arruda and Ally Bergendahl (our recent Zombie Prom leads), Jocelyn Duford (you remember, the woman who had you in a puddle at the end of Weird Romance?) and Joey T., Miss Strict herself!

Don’t miss this all-star cast singing their greatest hits. Learn more at www.aannh.org – no one is turned away for inability to pay, pretty cool! And make sure you’ve got May 25 at 4 p.m. on your calendar – all the stuff you didn’t know you’d missed from 1974’s theater season, including The Magic Show, Over Here!, Mack & Mabel, and much more!

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. 

A few exciting additions to our lineup….

On October 30th, NYMMT is planning a Halloween party, which will feature a still being assembled cast of past NYMMT performers and local bands at Manchester’s favorite dive bar, The Jam Factory (attached to Raxx Billiards). Tickets will be only $5 at the door, and we’ll have fun raffles and goodies. Costumes are encouraged! The show begins at 7 and we’ll have details soon.

On November 12, Not Your Mom’s Musical Theater will be performing at Not Your Grandma’s Craft Fair. This exciting fair, with an arts and crafts version of our own vision of theater, will run from 9-3 at McDonough Elementary School in Manchester. NYMMT is pleased to bring musical entertainment to the event, including Joey T., Kevin Kimball, other past [title of show] cast members, and local bands Tuna Fish Discrepancy and The Fitted Shirt presenting acoustic sets.

Lastly, we’re in negotiations for the rights to our upcoming season. We have some VERY exciting shows in the works and we hope to be able to announce them within the next week or two!

p.s. Exciting offers and video blogs are in the works, so stay tuned. 🙂

Friday evening at 7:30 pm at the Hillsboro-Deering Middle School (not the High School, but they’re off of the same driveway), join us for our one night only, return engagement of our hilarious, critically-acclaimed production of The Musical of Musicals: The Musical! Four actors take a basic plot and present it as five mini-shows in the styles of five different Broadway composers. Phantom of the Opera, Company, and Oklahoma! are just a few of the shows ripped apart in this hilarious spoof. Join us and see Jennifer Sue Mallard, Heidi Welch, Joey T., and Mike Gallagan prove they are triple-threats and comedians to boot! This show is recommended for high school students and adults due to some suggestive humor.

Tickets are at the door only, and are FREE. There are plenty of seats for all attendees. There is also a gourmet dessert option for only $5. Don’t miss it! Grab some friends and catch it this Friday.

Not Your Mom’s Musical Theater is busy multi-tasking this week. We’ve got folks building signs and making costumes, creating new posters and sending press releases, and of course, rehearsing non-stop for [title of show]! Ticket sales are picking up (Saturday January 22nd at 7 PM is the most popular so far) so we suggest you choose a date and buy your tickets, as the show is next weekend and the following weekend only! Although this show is at the Derryfield School, it is NOT in the big auditorium-it’s in the Lyceum, which is a lecture hall in the Upper School building, and it only seats 70 chairs and 6 standing room only customers. So please reserve your tickets now (they’ll be held at Will Call for you at the door) to save yourself the chance of us selling out and you missing out on this show.

Thank you as always for supporting our quirky, affordable musical theater model. We couldn’t do it without you!

Buy your tickets HERE.