New Hampshire Homeschooling Resources
Q: What time are the performances?
A: Most shows are performed at 10:00am and 12:00 noon. Some of the shows are only performed at 10:00am. Generally we only make reservations for the 10:00am performances. You should plan to arrive at the CCA 30 minutes prior to the performance.
Q: Do I get a physical ticket?
A: No, there are no actual tickets involved. Your payment reserves a seat for you at the show. The NHHR chaperone makes sure that everyone has arrived and lets the CCA staff know who hasn't yet arrived when the group is seated.
Q: Who do I make the check out to?
A: Dan Watts. Seats are $7 each. For more info, read our payment information web page.
Q: Does a baby require a paid reservation?
A: Yes, every body that attends a show requires a paid reservation. This includes even "babes in-arms" that are not using a seat of their own.
Q: Where do I go once I get to the CCA?
A: During inclement weather and on cold days, the chaperone will most likely be in the foyer inside the CCA. Go inside and if you don't see the NHHR sign, politely ask the CCA staff if the NHHR group has started to arrive. On warm days, the group may be standing outside the doors enjoying the weather.
Q: Where should I park?
A: There are parking meter spaces right outside the CCA on Main St. Note that if you park directly in front of the CCA, you may have to wait for the buses to leave before you can get out. There are free parking spaces two blocks south on Main St (to the left of the CCA as you are looking at the CCA). There is also free parking on Stores St.
Q: I'm a chaperone. What do I do?
A: Print out the NHHR sign and the list of attendees. At the CCA, either go inside to the foyer or stand near the entrance. Hold the NHHR sign up high where it can be seen. Newcomers to NHHR won't recognize you and will be looking for this sign. This means that small children generally shouldn't be in charge of holding the sign, unless the sign is on a pole. :-)
Q: I'm a chaperone, when should we be seated?
A: You should ask the CCA staff to seat you at 15 minutes before showtime, whether everyone has arrived or not. Late comers will be seated where ever the CCA puts them.