The Redfern Arts Center announces a spectacular 2015-16 season of wide-ranging performances such as Symphony NH celebrating the works of Gershwin, Copland and Bernstein; a multi-media spectacle in three acts, created by choreographer Yanira Castro and influenced by imperial ballets in the courts of Louis XIV; and Aquila Theatre Company’s production of Shakespeare’s renowned tragic love story Romeo and Juliet. The new season, which runs from September 2015 to March 2016, brings a variety of dynamic events that are at turns appealing, provocative, and sometimes downright hilarious. Highlights include comic book adventures brought to life on the big screen with live actors in The Intergalactic Nemesis; Obie Award-winning stage and film star Roger Guenveur Smith (American Gangster, Malcolm X, Do the Right Thing) offers a powerful and riveting portrait of an icon of American history in his rhythm-driven performance of Rodney King; and award-winning American Modern Ensemble makes their Keene debut celebrating New Hampshire composers. Read more about the new season:

Galactic performance

Thank You to the Sponsors of the 2015-16 Season!

The Redfern Arts Center would like to thank our generous Corporate Sponsors and Organizations: Monadnock Radio Group, Liberty Mutual Insurance, C&S Wholesale Grocers, Markem-Image, a Dover Company, The Kingsbury Fund, The Mountain, New Hampshire Public Radio, The Keene Sentinel, Filtrine, Northeast Delta Dental, New England Foundation for the Arts, The Colonial Theatre, Keene, and Keene State College’s Music Department, Theatre and Dance Department, KSC Film Society, and the Child Development Center.

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“So inspiring – thanks for showing me that my dream of becoming a professional musician is attainable. Beautiful music!” – A Keene State College student who performed with the British ensemble Voice

The British ensemble Voice performed with the KSC Concert Choir on Feb. 4, 2015.

“Thank you for inviting us to see the Robert Moses’ Kin performance. The dancers were very inspiring. We enjoyed the show immensely.” – MoCo Arts dance students

Dancers on stage