IMPACT Children’s Theatre

IMPACT Children's Theatre

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IMPACT (Imagination and Music – Professional Artistry in Children’s Theatre) is the professional children’s performance company of Jean’s Playhouse.  The company writes and performs eight children’s musicals every summer – each is different and all promise a good time for both you and your kids!

Enjoy performances on Wednesday and Saturday mornings at 10:00 am at Jean’s Playhouse in Lincoln, or catch performances at venues throughout New Hampshire. Your kids will love the catchy original songs and wacky characters, all performed by the professional IMPACT actors!

2017 IMPACT Schedule:

MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT
10:00am
CLAREMONT
Claremont Opera House
11:00 am
CONCORD
(no show 7/4)
Capitol Center for the Arts
10:00 am
LINCOLN
Jean’s Playhouse
9:30 am
LANCASTER
Lancaster Rialto
10:00 am
INTERVALE
Theater in the Wood
10:00 am
LINCOLN
Jean’s Playhouse
1:00 pm
PLAINFIELD
Plainfield Town Hall
2:30 pm
CONCORD
(no show 7/4)
Capitol Center for the Arts
2:00 pm
PLYMOUTH
Silver Center for the Arts

IMPACT tickets can be purchased through individual venues. Tickets for the Lincoln performances are $7.50 for children and $5.00 for adults and can be purchased online, at the door, or by calling the Box Office at (603) 745-2141.

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2017 IMPACT Productions:

Anansi – Keeper of the Stories, June 26-July 1Anansi, a spider of great cunning, out wits the Sky-God Nyami to bring stories back to earth. Based on the folklore of the Ashanti culture from Ghana.

Thumbelina, July 3-8: Thumbelina, a tiny girl, uses her imaginative and ingenious spirit to be true to her own heart. Based on the story by Hans Christian Andersen.

The Bremen Town Musicians, July 10-15: An aging donkey, dog, cat, and rooster, all discarded by their masters, band together and discover delight in their new found freedom! Based on the story by the Brothers Grimm.

The Nightingale, July 17-22: The Emperor falls in love with the song of the nightingale until he finds a bejeweled mechanical bird, but when he becomes sick who comes to his aid? Based on the story by Hans Christian Andersen.

Snow White and Rose Red, July 24-29: Snow White and Rose Red are generous and kind.  Confronted by both a dwarf and a bear, one day, the girls are in awe when things resolve unexpectedly. Based on the story by the Brothers Grimm.

Momotaro – Ogre Hunter, July 31-August 5: Momotar? and his friends a talking dog, monkey and pheasant go to a distant island to fight the marauding ogres and save their village. Based on a Japanese fairy tale.

How the Rainbow was Made, August 7-12: Nanabozho, an Ojibwe spirit, deciding the world is too boring brings out his paints to color the flowers, and the day takes an unexpected turn. A creation tale from the Ojibwe Nation.

Humpelken-Pumpelken or the Adventures of Humpty Dumpty, August 14-19: Humpelken-Pumpelken and her friends defend the town of Eggland as it is attacked by a devious chef and his crew! Based on an English Nursery Rhyme.

2017 IMPACT Company:

Writer/Director: Ina Nakuci
Composer/Music Director: Alex Golden
Scenic Designer: Megan Holden
Costume Designer: Mariah Bowen

Performers:
Alex Golden
Emily Harkins
Jasmen Hunter
Gabriel Hutson
Eli Grant
Daniel Rivera

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