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Hours:Hours Vary see below
Ages:Kids, Teens, Adults
In/Outdoor:Indoor
Cost:$$ see below
Category:Theaters
Other Ideas: The Greater Boston Stage Company (Formerly Stoneham Theatre); Maudslay State Park - Theater in the Open; Chevalier Theatre; Center For Arts in Natick; Somerville Theatre

New Hampshire's Capitol Center for Performing Arts offers a variety of mixed of family shows, live theater, musical performances, and art films.

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Theatre's Mission Statement
Created and sustained by the people of New Hampshire, the Capitol Center for the Arts shall inspire, educate and entertain audiences by providing both the finest venue for the performing arts and a wide range of professionally excellent and artistically significant presentations. It shall also serve as a resource and gathering place for the community at large.

Theatre History
Opened in 1927, the Capitol Theatre was a prime stop on the Vaudeville circuit, and, later, Concord's premier movie house and concert hall. Over the years, however, the theater slipped into disrepair and in 1989 it was closed.

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Varies upon show

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www.ccanh.com

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New Hampshire

From points south:
Take 93 North to Exit 13 (Manchester Street exit). Take a left at the bottom of the ramp. Continue straight as Manchester Street changes to South Main Street. Proceed approximately one mile to CCA on left, between Concord Street and Thompson Street.

From points north:
Take 93 South to Exit 13 (Manchester Street exit). Take a right at the bottom of the ramp. Continue straight as Manchester Street changes to South Main Street. Proceed approximately one mile to CCA on left, between Concord Street and Thompson Street.

From points west:
Take 89 South to the Concord exit, onto 93 North and follow directions from 'points south' (above).

From points east:
Take Route 4 West onto I-393 toward Concord. Take 93 South to Exit 13 and follow directions from 'points north' (above).

From western MA:
Take 495 North to 93 North and follow directions from 'points south' (above).

From southwest NH:
Take Route 3 North to 293 North to 93 North and follow directions from 'points south' (above).

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