ConcordTV presents “The Players – The 95-Year History of the Community Players of Concord NH”
One of the longest-running community theatres in New England, the Community Players of Concord provided ConcordTV full access to an extensive archive of stage photographs, vintage programs, and posters, dating back to their founding in 1927. The documentary, which features live interviews with 24 Players, “tells the story of a little theatre that grew up in hard times, learned from the pros, found a home, and became a resource for a growing arts community.” This project was funded in part by a New Hampshire Humanities Community Project Grant and is a benefit for the Community Players' 95th season, with a talkback with Players and filmmakers.
For more information, visit the Red River Theatres.
Thursday, October 6, 2022 7:00pm
Red River Theatres11 S. Main StreetConcord NH 03301
Jim Webber, firstname.lastname@example.org
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