What People are Saying

  • - Linda

    “We have been members for many years and have enjoyed each moment”

    “We have been members for many years and have enjoyed each moment. The dedication, talent and professionalism of each and every performer, not to mention all the support staff is truly amazing. Love you all.”
    - Linda
  • - Melanie

    “Wish we had discovered the theater earlier.​”

    “We saw In the Heights last spring and it was so good – we were hooked. We traveled from Portland to see Tommy, Billy Elliot, A Christmas Carol, West Side Story and Once. Every show was amazing – wish we had discovered the theater earlier.”
    - Melanie
  • - Heidi

    “I can’t say enough about the Rep — it is worth the trip EVERY time! ”

    “I have seen a handful of shows at Seacoast and have never left disappointed. As a lifelong theater nut who is also a musical director and music teacher, I am always impressed with the professional level of this little gem of a company from the sets to costumes to the INCREDIBLE talent displayed every time. Favorites so far are Avenue Q, Titanic, Spamalot, and Once — but I am sure that list will continue to grow. I can’t say enough about the Rep — it is worth the trip EVERY time!”
    - Heidi
  • - Adrienne

    “Such an amazing assortment of shows and talent displayed.”

    “My husband has gifted me tickets to a couple of shows here, once as a date with him and once as a date with our oldest daughter. Both were as different as they could possibly be but each was amazing in their own rights. Such an amazing assortment of shows and talent displayed.”
    - Adrienne

Past 2021 Season Shows

Stokley & Martin and Navaeh’s Brother

January 28 – March 21

Two one-act dramas, back to back, authored by the curator of our Sol Series, Najee A. Brown, devoted to telling diverse stories. Brown’s “The Bus Stop” was a hit with audiences in 2020, and we’re thinking you’ll love these stories about the African American experience in America.

Stokely & Martin tells the story of a prophetic conversation that took place in late 1966 between Martin Luther King, a young Stokely Carmichael, and others, on the topic of black power and the Vietnam war. Nevaeh’s Brother tells a beautiful story of love between an African-American woman and her troubled younger brother. This conversation in the middle of the night leads them on an emotional life journey where they open up about things that they’ve never expressed to anyone before.


Next to Normal

February 4 – March 20

Winner of three Tony Awards and a Pulitzer, Next to Normal takes a musical dive into family crisis and mental illness in Suburban America. A direct grab at the heart and the secret lives of modern families.


The Fantasticks

February 11 – March 28

The longest running musical in the world! The Fantasticks is the timeless, transcendent tale of a boy, a girl, and their fathers that bring them together by keeping them apart.

Fun Home

April 8 – May 28

Winner of 5 Tonys, Fun Home is a groundbreaking musical based on Alison Bechdel’s graphic novel. In this tragicomedy, Alison sets out to unravel the many mysteries of her childhood through a series of memories and conversations – from her coming out story to her moving journey of acceptance.


Godspell

April 15 – May 30

The story is a simple one. A young man named Jesus shares stories, parables, and songs with his followers, imparting the many lessons of his spiritual awakening. With a score by three time Grammy and Academy Award winner Stephen Schwartz (also author of the Broadway phenomenon Wicked), Godspell features a parade of hit songs including the international hit, “Day by Day,” “All Good Gifts,” “Turn Back, O Man” and “By My Side.” Based on The Gospel According to Matthew, love and forgiveness never go out of style in this stylish reinterpretation of the beloved rock musical.

Pippin

June 10 – July 18

Filled with acrobatics, fantastic music, and plenty of laughs – Pippin tells the story of the heir to the Frankish throne as he meanders through life trying to find the secret of fulfillment and happiness, aided by a troupe of performers that may or may not have his best interests at heart.