Thank you for a fantastic

2014 Summer Season!

We look forward to seeing you at the

Winter Gala on January 3rd, 2015!


Support Andy’s!

The Block in rehearsal July 2014People often ask us how they can support Andy’s – what the best way for them to help out is.  The best and most effective way that you can help Andy’s is to donate.  We know our community is full of creative people that love to think creatively about their support – but we’ll be honest and let you know that right now money is our most effective tool.  Andy’s is doing GREAT, and our list of To Do’s is getting smaller every season thanks to your help.  But we still have things to accomplish so that Andy’s matches the vision that we have created for it, and for that we need financial support more than anything.

 


_MG_0089Andy’s is an innovative summer youth theater located in southern New Hampshire.  Every summer we produce entirely original works that are performed by local artists aged eight to eighteen.  Whether you’re very familiar with us, or finding us for the first time, we hope you find all the information you need.  If you have any questions don’t hesitate to contact us.

Our Artistic Vision

Andy’s Summer Playhouse believes a young person’s mind is ever creating and embracing new ideas. As a children’s theater, it is our responsibility to not only nurture but also meet and challenge our participants’ ongoing creative energy. Andy’s does this by producing new work. Our original productions strive to encompass an amalgam of forward thinking artistic mediums including, but not limited to, multimedia, dance, puppetry, and music. By utilizing these various art forms within the spectrum of theater, we offer productions that can live outside of the box and thus be in step with a young person’s way of looking at the world while at the same time encouraging them to push forward to new exciting ideas.

Want to find out what Andy’s is all about? Just watch this video.


Andy’s is made possible by the generous support of our community and the following charitable groups and corporations:
• The New Hampshire State Council on the Arts
with funding from the National Endowment for the Arts
• The Ann DeNicola Trust, RBS Citizens, NA Trustee
• The Agnes M. Lindsay Trust
• The Amherst Junior Women’s Club
• The Cogswell Benevolent Trust
• The FP Worthen Foundation
• The Grimshaw-Gudewicz Foundation
• The Kevin M. Sullivan Foundation
• The Milford Rotary Club
• The Norwin S. and Elizabeth N. Bean Foundation
• The Pumpkin Organization of Rindge
• Sweeney Metal Fabricators