Weathervane Theatre

Address: PO Box 127 Route 3
Whitefield, NH 03598
Phone: 603-837-9010
The Weathervane Theatre Players through imaginative productions
of contemporary and classical musicals and plays seeks to present live theatre
as a cultural resource to the North Country of New Hampshire.

Holding, as its animating principle, that it is through theatrical entertainment that audiences are moved to embrace material that will enrich their lives, the Weathervane seeks to provide an opportunity for local performers to work onstage with professional actors to serve as a training place and conduit to theatre art for the youth of the North Country

offers live, professional theatre experiences to countless audiences, introducing children -- and adults -- to a consistently high level of classic and contemporary live theatre productions.

Continuing a tradition established in 1934 with Whitefield's Chase Barn Playhouse, the Weathervane offered their first performance season in 1966.
Co-founded by Tom Haas and Gibbs Murray, the Weathervane Theatre Players, Inc. is now a not-for-profit (501c-3) corporation served by a volunteer Board of Directors.

Located on Route 3 in Whitefield, New Hampshire, the Weathervane is perfectly poised in the scenic and recreational North Country where the Great North Woods meet the White Mountains.

In addition to the Theatre proper, the facilities include workshops, residence home, and office/rehearsal space all within a three-mile radius in Whitefield. Nearby, the Mountain View Grand offers a destination resort, and the Village of Whitefield boasts a bed-and-breakfast, art gallery, restaurants and more . . . Five miles to the north is Lancaster, a busy retail district with a small-town flavor; and ten miles west is Littleton, one of America's Ten Best, and is a growing major retail and economic development community. Links to area Chambers of Commerce may be found on our Community Page.

In addition, the Weathervane's specially designed subscription ticketing policies along with senior citizen and children's discounts provides access and exposure to theatre as a performing art for these divergent segments of society.

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