Friday, April 6, 5-7 PM: First Friday
Stop by the Roesch Family Lobby during First Friday festivities in White River Junction to view the current gallery selections. Margaret Hunton, our new Director of Development, will be there to chat with patrons and answer all your Director’s Circle questions. At Northern Stage, membership means more, and Margaret is excited to help discover what it means to you.
March 2, 2018, 5-7 PM. Roesch Family Lobby
Register your student for Northern Stage’s summer camps. Programs for ages 6-12 will focus on team work, self-confidence, and acting techniques. Additionally, Box Office staff will be on hand to help purchase tickets for our Youth Ensemble Studio’s upcoming production of Yo, Vikings! This mini-saga follows 10-year-old Emma Katz, the fiercest Viking in Swarthmore, PA, and her quest for real adventure, and is perfect for ages 3 and up!
Spot On Conversations
Spot On conversations dig deep into the themes found in A Doll’s House, Only Yesterday, and Disgraced. This dialogue is free and open to the public. RSVPs are requested; please contact our box office at firstname.lastname@example.org or 802.296.7000 to let us know if you plan to attend.
Disgraced Spot On Conversation: “Muslims in America: History and Representation After 9/11”Join us for a conversation with Dr. Tarek El-Ariss, Associate Professor of Middle Eastern Studies at Dartmouth College, as he shares thoughts and observations on our production, including the play’s portrayal of Muslim American relations in the post 9/11 world and how this fits into the current climate of the Upper Valley and the United States. Dr. El-Ariss will touch on identity politics and the affirming of religious identity for the individual. A question and answer session with the audience will follow the talk.
Sunday, March 4, 3:00-4:00 PM
Only Yesterday – Featuring playwright Bob Stevens. Be the first to hear from the playwright about the creation of this world premiere production.
Sunday, February 4, 3:00-4:30 PM
A Doll’s House: Opening Doors
A Conversation with Bente & Eric – Featuring Bente Torjusen, retired Executive Director of AVA Gallery. Bente joins A Doll’s House director Eric Bunge to contextualize our production, set in its original time period. Legendary visual artist Edvard Munch (most well-known for his painting “The Scream”) and Henrik Ibsen were contemporaries, and Bente will lead a conversation about how these two Norwegian masters informed and influenced each other’s work.
Sunday, September 24, 3:00-4:30 PM