Our theater tradition is strong here in New Hampshire. Dramas, musicals, comedies, and operas unfold on indoor and outdoor stages throughout the state, particularly in the summer months. The Barnstormers, founded in Tamworth, New Hampshire, in 1931, is the world's last theater to sustain the tradition of staging eight different plays in eight weeks during its summer run. Look forward to a magical afternoon or evening of live entertainment and enriching memories when you purchase your tickets to a show at a New Hampshire theater.

Covid-19 Update:
  • Effective June 29, 2020 performing arts centers can open to the public at 50% capacity. Customers are encouraged to buy tickets prior to arrival at the venue. Customers should wear face coverings when entering and exiting the facility, waiting in lines, buying food/drink and moving to and from the theater or restrooms when social distancing is difficult to maintain. Face coverings are not required when sitting and watching the performance as long as appropriate social distancing is maintained. Additional guidance to help protect employees and customers is here
  • Beginning June 29, 2020 movie theaters can reopen to the public but with limitations to 50% occupancy. Customers are encouraged to pre-purchase tickets prior to arrival, and should receive a timeframe to enter the theater and go through ticketing in order to avoid congregating and waiting in the lobby. Additional business processes as well as guidance to help protect the health of employees and consumers is located here
  • New Hampshire drive-in movie theaters are all currently open but must adapt to new business processes as well as the guidelines to protect their employees and consumers outlined here. Customers should be aware, they must maintain proper social distancing, staying in or immediately around their cars.