MSIM tickets on sale now!

Sally Nutt & C.R. Marchi, US Army SGT (ret) rehearse a scene from "Make Sure It's Me," which runs at WEST starting June 1.

I am delighted to announce that ACT ONE is now accepting reservations for Make Sure It’s Me, our world premiere production of Kate Wenner’s play about five Iraq War veterans with Traumatic Brain Injury and the doctor devoted to helping them. This full-length play, directed by Leslie Pasternack and produced by Stephanie Nugent, will include a talk-back after each performance with members of the MSIM creative team, joined by guests from the medical and military communities.

When: June 1-2, 7-9, & 21-23. Fridays, 8 pm / Saturdays 2 pm & 8 pm / Sundays, 2 pm & 7:30 pm

Where: West End Studio Theatre, 959 Islington Street, Portsmouth, NH

Admission: Free for OEF/OIF veterans and families, but please call 603.300.2986 to reserve your seats! 

$20 for General Admission; $18 for seniors or students; and $15 for non OEF/OIF veterans.

To reserve or purchase tickets: Call 603.300.2986 to reserve tickets or purchase online through PayPal at http://www.actonenh.org/ 

       [$1/ticket processing fee for online purchases]

Reservations strongly recommended. The June 22 performance at 2 pm is already sold out!


Please note that we have worked hard to provide free and discounted tickets for military veterans. Every ticket you buy will help us facilitate the participation of military families on tight budgets!

So PLEASE join us and our stellar cast (Pamela Battin-Sacks, Cliff Blake, Alissa Cordeiro, Beau Fisher, Kim Holliday, C.R. Marchi, Christian Maurice, Angela Molihan, Sally Nutt, and Eric St. Cyr) for this production with costumes designed by Michele Macadaeg and soundscape composed by Jason Crigler, and presided over by stage manager Kate Quisumbing!

For more information about the play and our development process over the last year and a half, please visit the MSIM page or email me for more details. I wish you all a marvelous spring and look forward to seeing you at WEST in June for this special combination of theatre and community discussion!