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Two semesters of culture from our friends at the Johnson Theatre

"Nanette" is nifty



I want to settle down and raise a family, but I want to raise a little HELL first."

The UNH theatre and dance department presented five performances of "No, No, Nanette" at the Johnson Theatre last October. This four-time Tony-winning, tap-dancing musical set in the 1920s centers around two families whose lives get a little crazy when they all head to Atlantic City for the weekend.

 

Local musicians spice up in this piece

Adam Flaherty will never be mistaken for an American Idol. The local musician, whose new album, "Citrus!", was released in December, does not have the golden pipes that most people associate with a lead singer. What he does have is an obvious talent for song writing and arranging.


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