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NYMMT is back and better than ever with a 1965 concert that you do NOT want to miss. Hear songs from Flora, the Red Menace, Man of La Mancha, Half a Sixpence, Drat! the Cat! plus great lesser-performed tunes from revivals of Carousel, Guys and Dolls and more!

Special guests include Judy Pancoast, children’s singer/songwriter and your favorite Not Your Mom’s performers. Melody Reese debuts with us in this concert – she auditioned for us only a week or so after moving into town!

As always, tickets are $10, $5 for students, but they’re a suggested donation – pay what you can and bring some cash for our Audience Choice raffle. Hope to see you soon!

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When a theater company applies for the rights to a show, they are not GUARANTEED the rights until they’ve paid for them. Therefore, they aren’t allowed to promote the show, or even announce it in any way.

Well, we’ve applied for the rights to a show. This show is such a certified winner that we have been sworn to secrecy, even AFTER we get the rights, from telling anyone in the Boston area about our show. We can’t even post the information to websites, except our own! shh

Why are we agreeing to go along with this crazy, covert, weird musical stuff? Well, because who wouldn’t want to be a part of a top-secret show? Also, clearly, the show is just THAT GOOD.

If you believe that we have good taste in material, or you just like that there is a southern New Hampshire company refusing to stage anything but high-quality, lesser-known musicals that you just wouldn’t be able to see anywhere else, we need your help.

To learn about all of the ways you can get involved, click here. 

We’re beyond excited for Something Wonderful I Missed: Holiday Edition and the amazing six course meal with six wine pairings that you’ll enjoy while you watch the performance. We will have a few seats available at the door – arrive early (between 6:30 and 6:45) to get yours.

Still on the fence? Click here to learn more about the show and here to see the incredible menu.

To purchase your tickets now visit Amphora (55 Crystal Ave., Derry) and buy them in person today.

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A few audience responses after Something Wonderful I Missed: Holiday Edition in Littleton this past weekend:

“Wonderful talent – don’t miss the next one!”

“Congratulations on a fabulous show. A lot of work and everyone shined…how wonderful the girls are with their 3 part harmony. Hard Candy Christmas was fabulous.”

“Love the audience choice song!” “The show was wonderful.” “Very well put together.”

“Talented performers, diverse music, good narration/context.”

Thanks and hope to see you at Amphora!

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Join us at the Derry Opera House this Sunday at 4 p.m.! Fabulous music from Sondheim’s The Frogs, Assassins and Pacific Overtures, Children’s Letter’s to God, bare, Brooklyn, Fiddler and much, much more. Come catch some of the music of 2004’s Broadway and off-Broadway seasons performed by some of our finest performers. 29 W. Broadway, Derry. As always, no one is ever turned away (whether you can make the suggested donation or not), so grab your friends and come catch the show!

And if you haven’t marked your calendars for our tour, Something Wonderful I Missed: Holiday Edition arrives this December! You can catch our professional troupe December 6th in Meredith, December 7th in Littleton – AND on Tuesday, December 16th, join us for an incredible dinner & wine pairing at Amphora in Derry! In other words, this will be the best dinner theater performance EVER. Tickets are available here, or visit Amphora in Derry to purchase!

Hope you can join us soon, and thanks!

Our next concert at the Derry Opera House this Sunday has everything – from Sunset Boulevard and Beauty and the Beast to lesser-known gems like 3 Postcards, Hello Again and Passion, you won’t want to miss this concert.

As always, admission is by donation – and bring some cash for our popular raffle at intermission! Thanks for supporting innovative musical theater in New Hampshire!

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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!

See Something Wonderful at 4 p.m.!

Join us for all of the great songs you missed, plus a few you remember and love, from on and off-Broadway in 1964! Hello, Dolly!, What Makes Sammy Run, Ben Franklin in Paris, The Secret Life of Walter Mitty…

No one gets turned away, admission is a suggested donation only. See you there for the fun and the madness!

Hi all, 

If the weather gods permit, we’re on for Sunday’s show at 4 p.m. If we do have to cancel or postpone the show until the evening,  you’ll see it here. In the meantime, here is what the town of Derry was able to suggest in terms of parking on Sunday in the snow. 

“Ron Robinson (Facilities Division) says that the Opera House
plaza and on-site sidewalks, and the main sidewalk on
Broadway right in front of the building will be cleared by
his crew before 4 pm, assuming the storm stops substantially
earlier than that.

The streets will be cleared.  He can’t comment on the snow
banks, on-street parking spaces or sidewalks throughout the
rest of the downtown.  That’s up to the Highway Division.
Ron recommends parking in the Abbot Court public parking
lot, behind some buildings on the opposite side of Broadway.
 It’s a short walk.”

Please use your judgement and stay safe, regardless. While the building is handicapped accessible, if the weather is awful, don’t test the limits of your abilities in the snow please! 

Reserve your seats (yes, we’re doing reserved seating, not general admission) by purchasing your tickets on our Coming Attractions page. 

Happy Friday!

Thank you so much to everyone who has come out to catch See What I Wanna See. We’ve loved hearing your feedback as you ponder who is telling the truth.

One more chance to take it all in, digest, and decide for yourself…and then party with us! You get all sorts of awesome stuff to take home too. Join us if you can, you won’t regret it! And dress up if you want to do the costume contest post-show. 🙂

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