Oh, the PLAYS You Will Go!

September 15, 2023 Mallory Skinner, left, and Jaelynn Gamache audition for the Claremont Opera House’s upcoming youth theater production of “A Seussified Christmas Carol.” Co-directed by artistic director Larissa Cahill and Claremont Middle School’s drama coach Ethan Laushance. “Seussified” spins Charles Dickens’ classic Christmas tale into a rhythmic romp featuring characters such as Narrator One

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Acting is a Piece of Cake

By Mary Carter Eagle Times CorrespondentAugust 2, 2023 CLAREMONT – Members of The Rep Theater Company are in final rehearsals for “Leading Ladies,” which opens this weekend at the Claremont Opera House, 58 Opera House Square. These final rehearsals are what is known as ‘tech week.’ Before we get technical, let’s review what else gets

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COH Awarded AARP Grant for Assisted Listening Upgrade

$63,000 to make NH more ‘livable’ for 50-plus crowd – and everyone else BY: ANNMARIE TIMMINS – JULY 7, 2023 5:00 AM          The Claremont Opera House will add technology that improves sound for those who have hearing challenges. (Courtesy | Claremont Opera House) This year, the Claremont Opera House prioritized getting kids back to the theater after

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COH’s Pinard Stepping Down

CLAREMONT — After roughly two years of service with the Claremont Opera House, Executive Director Andrew Pinard has announced that he will be stepping down from the position. Board President of the COH, Felicia Byrch Dalke, made the announcement on Thursday. Pinards’ last day will be February 28, with current Technical Director Scott Hagar taking

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