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It’s back! The show you’ve been waiting for!

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Musical theater performer Jocelyn Duford brings her one-woman cabaret to Concord at the Hatbox Theatre, Wednesday, June 15 at 7:30 p.m. Local drag performer Amber Alyrt, a familiar face to NYMMT audiences, will make a special appearance. Tickets are $16.50 for adults or $13.50 for students under 18 (including a $1.50/ticket fee) and are available at www.hatboxnh.com or at the door as space allows.

Please note that this show is recommended for ages 12 & up due to a few songs with some adult language.

The show, which features one musical theater song for each letter of the alphabet, is at times hilarious & poignant as Jocelyn changes wigs, costumes & characters while showcasing the talent and artistry she is becoming known for. She may call upon a few audience members to assist her too! The solo performance draws on music from both well-known shows like Gypsy and Peter Pan as well as lesser-known shows like See What I Wanna See and Bring It On. She’s brought this show to Gorham and to Derry, and we’re thrilled to bring it to Concord audiences!

Jocelyn’s special guest for this performance is Amber Alyrt, a local drag performer. Amber, who frequently performs in Manchester and Boston, is the new host of Spoiler Alyrt, a weekly drag show, as well as Spoiler Alyrt: Variety Show, a variety show of drag, theater, music and more in the old-fashioned variety show tradition. That show is the first Wednesday of every month, and all of the Spoiler Alyrt shows are at the Breezeway Pub in Manchester. Amber will be familiar to local theater audiences as well, as her alter ego has been recognized three times at the New Hampshire Theatre Awards, including twice for us!

Jocelyn Duford is increasingly becoming a familiar face to musical theater audiences in the region. She has performed with the Palace Theatre, Not Your Mom’s Musical Theater, Stage 284, the Majestic Theatre and many more, and she recently opened her own theater education company, Theatricks of the Trade. Jocelyn is also a member of Not Your Mom’s Musical Theater’s touring company, most recently performing in The Musical of Musicals: The Musical! in VT and NH. Jocelyn will be accompanied by pianist Jamie Feinberg. Learn more about Jocelyn at www.jocelynduford.com.

Reserve your tickets now!

 

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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. 

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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Look out, NH – NYMMT is bringing you crisp, fresh, and absolutely hilarious 50’s parody with everything you love – adult humor, over-the-top laughs, riffs on Little Shop and Grease that will have you howling – and zombies, of course!

Don’t miss your chance to audition for this girl-meets-boy, boy-gets-dumped, boy becomes a zombie tale that will have audiences rolling in the aisles!

All the info is here, or just email notyourmoms@gmail.com. See you soon!

Hi all! Happy Friday! Show tonight at 8 p.m., plenty of tickets at the door for your suggested donation of $10 ($5 students) or whatever you are able to do. No one will be turned away, we’d love for you to catch this hilarious evening! With two emcees and some amazing performers, you are truly in for a treat. Songs will include those from Oliver!, She Loves Me and a bunch more I bet you haven’t caught yet – ever heard of Tovarich

New venue for THIS NIGHT ONLY is our OLD venue, St. Peter’s Church, 3 Peabody Row, next to Mack’s Apples in Londonderry, NH. Come join us for two hours of pure fun and inspiration! 

Lastly, enjoy this photo and go get your tickets to our Weird Romance at the Derry Opera House, with music by Alan Menken and two sci-fi musicals you do not want to miss. You’ll laugh, you’ll cry, and you’ll walk out singing a new song or two. It’s just a great show. Don’t miss it! Image

Thanks for spreading the word and helping us bring some magic and fun to NH!

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!

Details on venue/auditions/all sorts of fun stuff to be announced any day now, but mark your calendars for January 19-22 of 2011 and stay tuned!!!!!!

This show is INCREDIBLE.