Theatre KAPOW
train. explore. challenge. inspire. create.

The past never returns, what returns is not the past,  but a present that has distant roots.
Luigina Sgarro


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theatre KAPOW’s 15th season provides us the opportunity to reflect not only on the challenging journey of the past 24 months but also on the totality of our work to date.  It’s hard to believe it has been 15 years since tKAPOW first took to the stage in 2007 with Miss Julie.  When we started a conversation about theatre in our living room over a bottle (or two) of wine, we could never have imagined then where we would find ourselves today.  It’s not the shows, the awards, or the recognition that define the success of the company, but rather it is the people who have invested in us over the years who truly have shaped what we have become.  Those investments of time, energy, and support have powered this company to develop, create, and grow.  

Now, we stand poised to break new ground in season 15.  We are thrilled to announce that starting this fall, tKAPOW will officially become the resident theatre company of the Bank of New Hampshire Stage in Concord.  It’s really hard to fathom how far we have come since that one night 15 years ago when the founders grappled with the question, “Are we just doing a show or are we now a company?”  We certainly never could have imagined that we would find ourselves the resident company of one of the newest and nicest performing arts venues in the state.

Rest assured that this change will not change who we are as a company.  We remain as committed as ever to exploring the truths of human experience through the passion and electricity of live theatre performed to the highest standards of excellence.  In fact, it was our commitment to inspiring and challenging both artists and audiences that led to this exciting opportunity. As we look forward to season 15, we reflect on who we are as artists and why we do what we do.  We remember what it means to share space with our audiences. And we recommit to exploring our shared humanity and fostering experiences to come together as a community.

Mr. Wolf by Rajiv Joseph

How do you find your place in a world in which you no longer belong?

September 23 - 25, 2025 
Bank of NH Stage, Concord, NH
September 30 - October 1, 2022
Charlestown Working Theater, MA 

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Breadcrums by Jennifer Haley

What do you do when the words won’t come anymore?

February 17 - 19, 2023
Bank of NH Stage, Concord

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Tiny Beautiful Things

Can you find hope in the answers to the hardest questions?

June 9 - 11, 2023
Bank of NH Stage, Concord

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Expanding the Canon 3

Exploring the world of Native identity

Study of works by five Native playwrights. Begins October 9, 2022, online

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