About Us

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Our Story

The story of the Capitol Center for the Arts is one of vision, hard work, and generosity. Thanks to the dedication of community leaders, the CCA opened its doors in 1995 marking a new era in Concord’s cultural and community life. For 28 years the CCA has engaged outstanding performers from around the globe and welcomed patrons from throughout New Hampshire, New England, and beyond to experience live music, theatre, dance, and comedy as well as the best in broadcast presentations of opera, and other performances. Our history includes three successful capital campaigns – the first of which opened our doors, the second of which provided for critical updates to patron amenities, and a third which opened the BNH Stage in 2019. We take seriously our role as an anchor in our community, welcoming everyone through our doors to come together for the shared experience of live performance. We look forward to expanding our programs beyond our theatre walls and continuing to be an important part of the thriving cultural sector and a leader in Concord’s creative economy. 

Mission interior shot of Chubb Theatre

With a firm belief in the power of arts experiences to shape lives and strengthen community bonds, the CCA’s Mission is to serve area residents and visitors (both in-person and virtually) through dynamic engagements with performing artists that inspire, educate, entertain, deepen human-to-human connections, expand community vitality, and generate economic growth.

 

Our Commitment to Our Community

Guided by the belief that the performing arts are both for and by all peoples, the Capitol Center is committed to creating a community where both the art presented on the CCA stages, and the audiences for that art represent the rich diversity of the communities we serve. We hereby strengthen our commitment to equity, diversity, inclusion, and accessibility. We acknowledge our responsibility as a prominent arts institution for creating an environment of active anti-racism and dismantling systemic barriers.

 

History and Venues

For over nearly 30 years the1300-seat Chubb Theatre at the Capitol Center for the Arts has engaged outstanding performers from around the globe and welcomed patrons from throughout New Hampshire, New England and beyond to experience live music, theatre, dance and comedy as well as the best in broadcast presentations of opera, ballet and theatre.  A robust education series welcomes thousands of New Hampshire students grades K-12 each year for touring theatrical productions based on literature, art, music and even math and science.

The Capitol Center also houses The Governor’s Hall, a full-service function room that can accommodate up to 350 guests, and the adjacent Kimball House, a Victorian mansion featuring a stately, formal dining room, library, parlor and board room. These spaces are all available for private rental.

The most recent crowning achievement of the CCA was the successful Creating Our Future capital campaign to fund, renovate, and open a second performance space, the BNH Stage, featuring a flexible seating configuration, an upstairs bar/lounge, a café stage and a new home for the CCA box office.