New Hampshire’s first ever national improv festival will open its doors for a full day of completely improvised plays, sketches, musicals, puppets, costume dramas, and workshops. Enjoy a roster of some of the best acts in the region and beyond, including a slot dedicated to college performers as well as one for children. Hosted at the Millspace: Center for Arts, Culture, and History in beautiful downtown Newmarket, New Hampshire, where you can explore unique shops and restaurants.
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Where is the Great Northeast Improv Festival?
The festival is at the Millspace: Center for Art, History, and Culture which is a 5400 square foot civic space maintained by the Lamprey Arts and Culture Alliance in a renovated mill in downtown Newmarket, New Hampshire. The festival is in walking distance from an interesting variety of shops and restaurants.