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We’ve got three different locations for our tour of Something Wonderful I Missed: Holiday Edition, and tickets are live now – get ’em while they’re hot!

Not Your Mom’s Musical Theater’s innovative concerts mix great songs from Broadway and off-Broadway musicals with the often hilarious history behind those songs. Four versatile, talented performers, playing a range of characters to live piano accompaniment, will present a concert of holiday selections from musicals, from now classics like “Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas” and “We Need A Little Christmas” to lesser-known gems you might have missed from shows as varied as Striking 12 and Promises, Promises.

If you’re looking for information on our incredible fundraiser at Amphora on December 16, you can jump to this page. This all-inclusive night includes 6 phenomenal courses of Greek food, 6 wine pairings, tax, gratuity, AND your show ticket – all at Amphora, all for only $75!!! The delicious menu is posted here.

And if you’d like more information on the show and details on performances in Meredith and Littleton, click here!

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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!