Sick of all the snow? Cold weather got you down? Join us on Saturday, March 8th for an amazing performance of L’Elisir d’Amore. The show begins at 7:00 pm, tickets may be purchased through the palacetheatre.org or by calling 603-668-5588. See you soon!
Have the mid-winter blues hit you yet? Tired of this cold weather? We’ve got something to warm you up and start your new year off right! Mark your calendars for our February 1st performance of Carmen.
Set in the 19th Century Seville, a soldier is engaged to his childhood sweetheart, but is seduced by the sultry Gypsy, Carmen. Obsessed, Don Jose gives up his career and his fiancee for the love of the Gypsy…
Want to find out what happens? Join us as we present this story of lust, jealousy and tragedy set to the timeless music of Georges Bizet. Sung in French with English surtitles.
To purchase tickets contact the Palace Theatre by calling 603-668-5588 or purchase online at palacetheatre.org
For all of those who attended the Art and Soul event, thank you for your support. What a wonderful night of music, networking and supporting our local arts! Thank you to Jane Cormier for the wonderful vocalists who’s performances brought chills down my spine! Congratulations to the big bidders and winners of the wonderful auction items. I personally look forward seeing our winning bidders perform their walk on and extra roles at our February and March performances.
Our Staff and Board of Directors have been busy planning a great 2013-2014 schedule for you! Mark your calendars for the upcoming events!
February 1, 2014 7:00 PM (please note this is a Saturday performance)
In 19th century Seville, a soldier, Don Jose is engaged to his childhood sweetheart, Micaela but is seduced by the sultry Gypsy, Carmen. Obsessed, Don Jose gives up his career and his fiancée for the love of the Gypsy. Carmen, however, has her sights set on the toreador, Escamillo and taunts Don Jose to the point of madness. Join us as we present this story of lust, jealousy and tragedy set to the timeless music of Georges Bizet.
March 8, 2014 7:00 PM (please note this is a Saturday performance!)
Donizetti’s L’Elisir D’Amore
Nemorino, a peasant, is in love with the wealthy landowner Adina, but she has eyes only for dashing Sergeant Belcore. Dr Dulcamara, a quack doctor, sells Nemorino a love potion (actually, cheap wine) that will cause Adina to fall in love with him within a day. When Adina announces that she is to marry Belcore in six days, Nemorino is confident the elixir will work in time. But Belcore’s regiment is called away and the wedding brought forward to that very afternoon. Desperate for money to buy more of the potion, Nemorino enlists and takes the king’s shilling, unaware that his uncle has died, leaving him a fortune. The village girls are immediately attracted to Nemorino, though he believes it is the potion rather than the money that has attracted them. But Nemorino has spied a tell-tale tear in Adina’s eye – she has been touched by his devotion. Adina buys Nemorino’s discharge from the army, rejects Belcore, and the couple are united. Dr Dulcamara’s elixir has worked!
Opera New Hampshire has finished it’s Season following a fabulous line up! We hope you enjoyed our “Little Twist” with NY Gilbert and Sullivan Players as well as the fantastic performance of Le Barbier de Seville and its “sequel” Le Nozze di Figaro!
It is with great excitement that we announce the coming of our 50th Anniversary! Our hard working Staff and Board of Director’s are planning some wonderful things to celebrate this benchmark for our organization! Be sure to check out our website for upcoming programming and performance announcements!