Mission <ul><li>New Hampshire Theatre Project is dedicated to community-building by using theatre and the performing arts to enhance traditional education and support the individual and collective human spirit. NHTP supports professional artists who combine artistic excellence with a willingness to return their talents and expertise to the community. NHTP serves as a liaison between professional performing artists and the community. </li></ul>
<ul><li>NHTP protects and nurtures the art of theatre through education, performance, and advocacy. </li></ul><ul><li>The ultimate outcome of NHTP's unique model of using theatre arts to build community and enhance education is exceptional quality! </li></ul><ul><li>NHTP is a resource for people of all ages, where everyone from children to professional artists become part of a diverse community of creative people. </li></ul>
<ul><li>Core programs offer 360-degree training program for all ages </li></ul><ul><li>Development opportunities for all ages, and for both community and professional artists </li></ul><ul><li>“ At NHTP the artists are teachers, and the teachers are artists” - NHTP Youth Advisory board member </li></ul>
Internship program with UNH Theatre in Education students
YOUTH REPERTORY COMPANY IDIOT’S DELIGHT spring 2005
10/21/2004 “ Moby Dick Rehearsed is a smashing opening to the New Hampshire Theatre Project's s second season in residence at the West End Studio Theatre (W.E.S.T.). Adding professional productions to the already well-known season of youth theater is definitely a boon to the Seacoast theater scene.“
01/14/2005 "...what a great service to and outlet for their arts scene; what commendable risk-taking with new works and new forms; and what a super model for a city full of multi-medial artists! I salute the artists of the NHTP for their mettle, and for reaching out to include non-thespian artists in their programming. Portland would do well to take a cue."
05/05/2005 "Here we have a hardworking collection of dedicated performers striving as hard as they can to reach professional standards, with difficult material, and, along the way, entertain and surprise us. Kids Theatre? Not on your life. You could travel a long way to see better."