New Hampshire Educational Theatre Guild
2018 Regional Festivals
The public is welcome to all performances.
Be early. No one will be admitted once a performance begins.
Concord - 3/10/2018
9:20 am - BLOCK I
Manchester Memorial High School - Bad Auditions By Bad Actors
> Bow High School - Common Ground <
1:45 Pm - BLOCK II
Windham High School - Luck of the Draw
> Concord High School - Nora's Lost <
Kingswood - 3/17/2018
9:30 AM - BLOCK I
Portsmouth Christian Academy - The 39 Steps
> Granite State Arts Academy - Everyman <
Merrimack High School - Accused of Comedy
2:15 AM - BLOCK II
> Kingswood Regional High School - Silent Movie <
> Salem High School - Commedia! <
Kearsarge - 3/24/2018
9:15 am - BLOCK I
Coe-Brown Northwood Academy - Spoon River
The Founders Academy - The Entire American Revolution in 40 Minutes
1:30 pm - BLOCK II
Franklin High School - Between the Lines
Kearsarge Regional High School - The Bells of Charlemont
4:00 pm - BLOCK III
Oyster River High School - Tracks
ConVal Regional High School - Illusions in Crimson
Laconia - 3/31/2018
Cocheco Academy of the Arts - 13 Reasons Not to be in a Play
Hollis-Brookline High School - Buried Child
Laconia High School - Take Five
LEAF Charter School - Deadline
Sanborn Regional High School - Women and War
State Festival - 2018
at Bow High School - 4/6 & 4/7
Bow High School - Common Ground
Concord High School - Nora's Lost
Granite State Arts Academy - Everyman
Kingswood Regional High School - Silent Movie
Salem High School - Commedia!
The primary goal of the New Hampshire Educational Theatre Guild (NHETG), is to support, promote and celebrate the dramatic arts at the high school level in the Granite State. Hosting theatre festivals, student conferences, and teacher professional development workshops, the NHETG fosters growth through sharing.
THE THEATRE FESTIVALS
Its the signature event, the state-wide theatre festivals, annually bring together high school theatre programs from around the state. Each of these regional festivals consists of 6-8 high schools performing their one-act shows for one another. After each performance, the festival provides structured, constructive feedback both from the fellow student audience members as well as theatre professionals. At the end of the festival, awards are presented to students and groups for outstanding performances and technical elements.
From these Regional Festivals, shows are selected to perform at the NHETG State Theatre Festival. The structure of this festival is similar to that of the regionals. Finally, two shows are chosen from the State Festival to perform at the New England Theatre Festival, which is held in a different New England state each year.
"What I like about the NHETG festivals is the experience. Having 24 schools come together that share the same interest as you, who also help you and continue to support you on the journey. Meeting people and facing challenges you don't expect along the way. And the rush you feel after performing your show, nothing is better than that."
Technical Theatre Student
A Festival Experience
THE FALL STUDENT WORKSHOPS
The NHETG also sponsors Theatre Workshops at Plymouth State University in the fall. Whether your interests lie on stage or behind the scenes, this day of workshops has something for everyone. Here is the first opportunity of the school year for high school theatre programs to get to know each other, and learn a great deal about their craft in the process.
THE SPRING TEACHERS CONFERENCE
Newly minted in 2016, the NHETG has partnered with the Winnipesaukee Playhouse and the New Hampshire Educational Theatre Association, to create a unique opportunity for teachers to gain professional development hours.