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Pinkerton Academy’s campus is currently closed and all events have been suspended in response to COVID-19.

If you would like to leave a voicemail, someone will get back to you, as we will still be working remotely.

Thank you for your patience and understanding.

Phone Sales: 10am-4pm
In-Person: 2pm-4pm

 Introducing the brand new Stockbridge Theatre!
While it may be some time before we can welcome patrons back to the Stockbridge in person, we are so pleased to bring you this new online gathering place packed with amazing content provided by our students, faculty, and community.
Just find the distinctive red “Launchpads” to Find, Create, and Appreciate! We will be posting new prompts regularly so the content will be constantly changing and updating.
Click Here to check it out!

 

 

 

 

COVID-19 Announcement

 

 

As of March 13th, 2020 (updated 3/30/20)

All events at the Stockbridge Theatre have currently been suspended. 

 

Governor Chris Sununu issued a stay at home order on Thursday, March 26, for New Hampshire residents, in effect until May 4th. This is part of the state’s broader efforts to slow the spread of the coronavirus in New Hampshire. 

 

Pinkerton Academy made the move to remote learning on March 13, 2020, and the Stockbridge Theatre suspended all events. This was done to support community efforts to flatten the curve and slow the spread of the COVID-19 virus. It has become increasingly obvious that these efforts need to be more long-term to make a meaningful impact.

 

The Pinkerton Players’ Spring Musical, Children of Eden, will be rescheduled once it is safe to reopen. We will also be rescheduling other on-campus events and rentals as soon as we are able. All performances in our Presenting Season will be rescheduled for next year. We will announce all changes once they have been made and ask that all refunds and exchanges be processed once new dates have been determined, as we hope you will still be able to join us for these rescheduled performances.

 

We understand the disappointment and inconvenience this causes many people, but we have decided to take these measures to keep our community safe in an effort to do our part in minimizing exposure, and we hope shared community efforts will help to quell the spread of the virus. Once again we remind all members of our community to follow the recommendations of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS).

 

We will continue to update our patrons throughout the duration of the pandemic. We cannot overstate how grateful we are for the support of our entire community. This is a situation that none of us have faced before, and it is the cooperation of everyone that will help us navigate it. We look forward to returning to regular operations as soon as we are able to do so safely.

 

Thank you.

 

The Addiction Performance Project

Presented by Theater of War

Thursday, April 5th at 7:00 PM

The Addiction Performance Project presents dramatic readings of Act Three of Eugene O’Neill’s Long Day’s Journey into Night as a catalyst for town hall discussions about the disease of addiction as it touches patients, families, and health professionals who work in the fields of primary care, nursing, and clinical bioethics.

Each reading is followed by a panel discussion, led by a diverse panel of community experts, culminating in a facilitated town hall discussion about the complex ethical and professional challenges posed by screening for, and treating, patients who are abusing drugs and/or struggling with addiction.

This unique participatory event raises awareness of addiction as a chronic disease, as well as the importance of screening for and addressing substance abuse in advance of the emergence of addiction. The reading/discussion format is intended to break down the stigma associated with addiction and promote healthy dialogue among diverse communities–public and professional–fostering compassion, cooperation, and understanding about patients who are living with the disease of addiction.

 

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Tickets range from $10-$32