Check out today’s NHPR feature about the ‘FRAMED’ film series, launching tonite at Next Stage! Thanks to Virginia Prescott and New Hampshire Public Radio for this great piece! http://nhpr.org/post/32917-framed-filmmakers-hallie-ephron-bookshelf More info about the series, films, and tickets: www.nextstagearts.org/framed
Next Stage Gallery is very pleased to announce the 2nd 2017 exhibit, a collection of work by painter David Rohn. Opening reception with the artist is Saturday from 2-4 at Next Stage.
Very exciting to have the new Next Stage kitchen up and running! Our friend Aew Ladd came in to teach a class in Thai cooking and take the new kitchen for a test drive. We’re looking forward to a series of public cooking classes starting this spring. Keep your eyes on the website for more […]
Give a listen to this WOOL-FM interview with Sean Altman, previewing both the GrooveBarbers AND the Jewmongous holiday performances at Next Stage.
Next Stage Arts extends its deepest gratitude to all who supported the now completed renovation and capital campaign! Thanks to you, Next Stage is a state-of-the-art, universally accessible theater and community space poised to serve the village and the region for decades. YOUR gift to the 2016 ANNUAL FUND is a long term investment in […]
Tonight’s movie is hosted by feminist author and scholar Elayne Clift. Here’s her introduction to the film . . . It took a lot of courage and determination for Alice Paul (1885 – 1977) to lead the campaign for women’s suffrage in America in the second decade of the 20th century. With others, she organized […]
“Control Room”, directed by Egyptian-American filmmaker Jehane Noujaim, is one of the most powerful documentaries ever made about the second Iraq War. Taking place at the studios of Al Jazeera during the initial bombing of Iraq, it explores the interactions among Al-Jazeera reporters, American reporters, high ranking U.S. military officials and American soldiers, and reveals the disparate points […]
Please note that the ON SCREEN film selection for Monday evening 1/31/16 has been changed to the Coen Brothers’ modern classic ‘MILLER’S CROSSING‘. The event listing will be updated shortly to reflect this change. All ON SCREEN events begin at 7PM. Admission is by donation at the door.