Sidore Lecture: Helen Rozwadowski

Smith Recital Hall 114 Main Street, Plymouth, New Hampshire

Fathoming: How Curiosity Can Help Save the Oceans   The state of the global oceans has been very much in the news in the last several years. In the face of environmental concern, often the reaction is to call for more science. While it is true that we need good science – and for people to understand and accept it – ...

Free

The Great American Eclipse of 2024

Smith Recital Hall 114 Main Street, Plymouth, New Hampshire

On April 8th, 2024, the residents of New Hampshire will enjoy a rare total solar eclipse. No matter where you live in the Granite State, you will see most, if not all, of the sun covered by the moon that afternoon. This will not happen again in New Hampshire until the year 2079. What can you expect? Why do eclipses ...

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Recurring

Once Upon a Mattress

Hanaway Theatre 114 Main Street, Plymouth, New Hampshire

The classic musical, with attitude. Princess Winnifred, ungainly & brash, competes for the hand of Prince Dauntless, who must marry a “true” princess" before anyone else in the kingdom can marry. Once Upon A Mattress is a golden-age musical based on the famous fairy tale, The Princess and the Pea. Because of her noble birth, the Princess is unable to ...

$10 – $24

Eagle Pond Authors’ Series Presents: Kerrin McCadden

Smith Recital Hall 114 Main Street, Plymouth, New Hampshire

Poet Kerrin McCadden, winner of the 2022 Herb Lockwood Prize for excellence in the arts in Vermont, will read from her published collections and from new work. McCadden is the author of two collections of poetry. Her most recent book, American Wake, was a finalist for the New England Book Award and the Vermont Book Award, Describing American Wake, writer ...

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“Has meteorological information been functional for recent events?” Presented by Dr. Eric Hoffman

Smith Recital Hall 114 Main Street, Plymouth, New Hampshire

2021-2024 Souza Professor of Meteorology This presentation will include review of how meteorological information is presented both to the public and how it is currently adapted for use by decision makers in various fields. It will examine several recent extreme weather events and review whether the information given to various end users were functional. Reception to follow. This lecture is ...

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Dungeons and Drama

Elizabeth Cheney Studio Theatre

The Technical Theatre Experience Club and Plymprov have come together to produce a spetacular performance based on the popular game Dungeons and Dragons! It used to be very common for the students to come together and produce their own show. This practice stopped a few years ago until these two groups came together to put on this production. Come check ...

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Sidore Lecture: Megan Epler Wood

Smith Recital Hall 114 Main Street, Plymouth, New Hampshire

The Future of Sustainable Tourism Education   Tourism is 10% of the global economy and faces many challenges to its business model as climate change accelerates, and yet sustainable tourism is rarely a part of academic curricula worldwide.  The UNWTO has found that 80% of all tourism education globally is focused on hospitality and hotel management and investment, while the other ...

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Jazz and Percussion Ensembles

Elizabeth Cheney Studio Theatre

Please join us for the final performance by the Jazz and Percussion ensemble this year! This performance will take place in the Elizabeth Cheney Studio Theatre at 7:00pm on April 25th.

$10

This Will Be Our Reply: a Collaboration Concert

Hanaway Theatre 114 Main Street, Plymouth, New Hampshire

“This will be our reply to violence: to make music more intensely, more beautifully, more devotedly than ever before.” -Leonard Bernstein PSU Performing Arts has once again come together with a stance against violence in all its forms. PSU Chorale will be joined by PSU Symphonic Band and the PSU Dance Ensemble in this powerful performance, where our students are ...

$10

Spring Serenade A Cappella Concert

Smith Recital Hall 114 Main Street, Plymouth, New Hampshire

Come join Vocal Order and Mixed Emotions in their spring a cappella concert! This event is free and open to the public

Free

Recurring

IMPACT Children’s Theatre

Elizabeth Cheney Studio Theatre

IMPACT, Jean's Playhouse professional Touring Children’s Theatre Company performs a different fairytale every week for six weeks, starting after 4th of July weekend. Each production travels to different venues throughout the state of NH and features a professional cast of 5 actors, plus set pieces, costumes, props, original music, and more! The 45-minute adaptations are written to be enjoyed by ...

Free