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The cast and crew of See What I Wanna See (not to mention the phenomenal musicians) have been hard at work preparing for what is most likely the most challenging show any of them have attempted.

You thought Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson was innovative? You ain’t seen nothing yet.

This NH premiere, off-Broadway in 2004, re-tells three Japanese short stories exploring truth vs. fiction amidst themes of sex, murder, faith and mystery. Story #1 has a fantastic twist you will not expect. Story #2 may have you spending intermission debating the truth with your seatmates. And Story #3, exploring how we can have faith in the wake of events like 9/11, will stick with you for a long time to come.

Watch this short video, filmed and edited by BBAJ director Marc Murai, to get a glimpse of the musical and why you should see it. And once you’ve watched it, you can purchase your tickets HERE!

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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. 

It’s official! Buy your tickets now and give the greatest gift or stocking stuffer ever!!!!!!

Do it.

VIP Tickets for Saturday are also available…check out this link for all the details.

Have a happy holiday from all of us here at Not Your Mom’s Musical Theater!

Bloody Bloody Rehearsal

A recent rehearsal for BBAJ, with band and actors

Here’s our first video blog for Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson. It features a bunch of our cast and crew, including Anja Parish and Jocelyn Duford. Check it out and let us know what you think! We’re hoping to have tickets available for purchase within a week or so. In addition, we’ll be offering VIP tickets for our Saturday evening show (January 21st) which includes gifts and admission to an after-party with a punk band from Boston and the cast and crew! Keep checking back for more fun. Photos soon too. 🙂 LbO1EoTWLSc

We hope you’ve chosen your costume (or Halloween attire), because NYMMT is going to knock your striped socks right off at its Halloween Party at the Jam Factory this Sunday evening. Expect the unexpected- goodie bags, lots of tasty delights, a full bar, an array of musical theater performers, and talented local bands The Fitted Shirt and Tuna Fish Discrepancy perform Halloween-themed sets. At only $5 for each 21+ plus admission, how can you miss it?

Oh yes…did we mention that the Hippo has a fantastic article about the event, which will include both Halloween classics and lesser-known spooky musical theater pieces? Here it is. It is page 14-15 and has a great photo of “Die, Vampire, Die” from [title of show].

In other news, we’re performing at Not Your Grandma’s Craft Fair in a couple of weeks, trying to finalize an exciting concert series for next year, and finishing casting Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson. Expect new video blogs and updates soon! And thanks for your support!

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.