Man of La Mancha has been canceled due to the pandemic.It is our sincere hope to mount the production when it is safe to do so.
We the People Theatre along with many other arts groups has been seriously impacted by this pandemic. We have suffered significant financial losses. This has been compounded by the fact that our ticketing company, Brown Paper Tickets has defaulted on thousands of dollars of ticket revenue due to us and our patrons. Through all of the challenges, we have taken this time to reflect on what we have built and the impact we have had on our community. So many members of this community have contributed to our success- the artists, the underwriters, local businesses, speakers at our talk-backs and more. It has truly been a community effort of “we the people”. Perhaps the biggest lesson is that we need each other to sustain a community that we are proud to call home.
Set Design- Alex Taylor Lighting Design- Janine Thoma
We want to thank these generous funders and businesses who have supported our work- The Byrne Foundation, King Arthur Flour, The Coop Food Stores, Mascoma Bank, JMH Wealth Management, White River Toyota, Tuckerbox/Little Istanbul, A.M.Peisch and Co, Hotel Coolidge, Designer Gold, Elixir, Thyme Restaurant, Jake's Market, McGee Family Used Cars, Upper Valley Auto Market, Hal Sheeler, Kitchens of Distinction, Four Aces, Bruce Feldstein DDS, Footlighters, White River Growpro, Doug's Sunoco, Norwich Solar, Eyeglass Outlet, Shaker Bridge Theater, Artistree, NCCT, Northern Stage, BarnArts, Revels North and the Parish Players.
We will be inviting members of the community to share their "impossible dreams"- dreams for our country, for our region and dreams for those right here at home. Visit our Talkbacks page for details. Everyone has a dream, What's yours?
VISIT OUR VIDEO AND PHOTO GALLERIES OF PAST SHOWS
Read about past productions
WORKING, MUSICAL THEATRE PLUS JOB FAIR
OSHER HOSTS ORAL HISTORY CLASS ABOUT WORKING LIFE
AN UNCONVENTIONAL AMERICAN HISTORY
THE 1776 PROJECT
Finding Consensus- A Short Film
This short film was created by a team of Dartmouth Students from the Dartmouth Center for Social Impact.