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Upcoming Shows

Most shows (not all) are available for livestream. For those that are not we are open to 30% capacity.

Stokely & Martin/Nevaeh’s Brother

By Najee Brown
January 28th – March 21st

Two short plays by Najee Brown – Available both live and livestreamed
Stokely & Martin is an imagined depiction of a real-life discussion between Martin Luther King, as the recognized “father” of the civil rights movement, and a young Stokely Carmichael, who challenged King with more confrontive call for “Black power” and opposition to the Vietnam War.

Brown’s second play, Nevaeh’s Brother depicts the familial love between an African-American woman and her younger brother, who is in trouble and on the run.

The Fantasticks

February 12 – March 27th

The Fantasticks is a timeless, transcendent story of a boy, a girl, a romance, and two fathers keeping them apart.
 
Filled with humor and heart, subtle poetry, and grand music – The Fantasticks is a simple love story told with music that has stood the test of time and delighted audiences for decades.

Next to Normal

February 4th – March 20th

Seacoast Rep is proud to present Next to Normal as part of it’s 2021 Season: RECOVER
 
Winner of three Tonys and a Pulitzer Prize for Drama, Next to Normal takes a musical dive into family crisis and mental illness in a direct grab to the heart.
Dad is an architect. Mom tends the house. Their Son and Daughter are well-adjusted, all-American teenagers. All is well in the house, except for a few things.
You see, Mom has been battling manic depression for 16 years, and things might not be as rosy as they seem on the outside.

Thank you to our 2020 Season Sponsors

 

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