On June 21, 1961, fifty people met in the barn of the Chandler Memorial Library in downtown Nashua with a mission to offer the community affordable, high quality theater while enriching the talents and abilities of its members. Nashua Theatre Guild is now a 501(c)(3) nonprofit and is proud to be one of the oldest theatre groups in New Hampshire.
Today, NTG continues to entertain audiences with comedies, dramas, and cutting edge theatre. We perform all our main stage shows at Court Street Theater in downtown Nashua but also take our acting beyond the stage. During the summer, you can watch us perform Shakespeare in Greeley Park as part of the SummerFun series. During the downtown Holiday Stroll, you can catch a festive holiday performance for the whole family to enjoy.
NTG is not just community theater, but theater for the community. We volunteer time with other organizations such as Bridges and Nashua Children’s Home to encourage arts awareness. We also work closely with local high school students and take part in a Literacy Night at Elementary Schools. NTG reaches out to the community so people can enjoy life through theater.
Our organization is funded through membership; ticket, concession and raffle sales; grants from the Ella Anderson Trust and the Nashua Parks & Recreation Department; and personal donations.