We are fortunate enough to have a world-class theatre group in Portsmouth, NH.

For those of us that love the arts, we don’t have to go to New York and stop at Broadway to see first-class live theatre productions, we can enjoy them right on Bow Street. But, as with many other businesses, they are suffering through the pandemic.

It is feared that although there may be funding in the next pandemic rescue plan before congress, it is by no means guaranteed nor will we know when it will come.

The health of The Seacoast Repertory Theatre is not just about saving the arts.  As noted from The Rep’s website, “For every dollar spend at the Rep, four dollars were added to the local economy.”

The health of the theatre means the continued health of local Portsmouth small businesses.  If you would like to help, you can go to their web page and make a donation.

As they say, “Will you help us build a bridge?”

They just need to get some funding to make it through till March or else we may lose them, and they may be forced to close down.

They have been in existence through major wars and previous economic hard times.  Let’s not lose them now.

Thankfully, two anonymous donors will give matching donations up to $100,000 which will help them bridge the gap and keep them alive.

The Rep is running out of time.  Now is the time to step up. Even a small donation will be matched so you can make a difference in keeping Broadway-caliber theatre productions right here in the seacoast alive.

For more information, check out their website.

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