b'GenerCailt yIn Afourdmi ationConcord City AuditoriumPlease join us.Here are a few of the upcoming showsWalker Lecture SeriesWalker Lectures are always fun and interesting and did I mention free?All programs start at 7:30 p.m. March 6, 2024 - The Freese Brothers Big Band March 13, 2024 - Man on the Hill March 20, 2024 - Tropical and Exotic Asia March 27, 2024 - An Evening of a Cappella with Tonehenge and the Afternotes April 4, 2024 - Harold Lloyd in "Kid Brother" with Jeff Rapsis April 17, 2024 - Why Calvin Coolidge Matters Today with Matthew Denhart April 24, 2024 - The Shana Stack BandCommunity ConcertsMarch 16, 2024 - Concord Community Concerts present "Mia Vassilev -and Company"April 13, 2024 Concord Community Concerts presents"William Florian in Concert" Community Players February 16, 17, and 18, 2024 - Community Players present "Witness for the Persecution"May 3, 4, and 5, 2024 - Community Players present "Pride and Prejudice"Dance Recitals: May 25, 2024 - Gen\'s Dance Studio presents "We got the Beat" June 1 and June 2, 2024 - McKenna Creative Dance Studio recital June 15, 2024 - Turning Pointe Center of Dance - "Alice in Wonderland" June 22, 2024 - Dance Inspirations recitalEvents:March 5, 2024 - Abbot-Downing Museum Meeting May 11, 2024 - Annual Perennial Exchangewww.concordnh.gov/722/AudiThe theater includes an elegant lobby space with turn of the century stained glass windows and furnishings.The theater house seats between 835 and 841 depending on the configuration of the orchestra seats.The orchestra has seating for 524-535 guests including 9 wheelchair locations.There are 247 seats in the front balcony and 64 second balcony seats.The space is ADA accessible, including the restrooms.The gilded proscenium arch surrounds the 25x25 foot stage performance area.There is a small orchestra pit.Backstage facilities include 9 dressing rooms and 3 restrooms. Intermission hospitality is offered in the reception lobby.Additionally, this space is available to rent for meetings and receptions.The lobby\'s capacity is 65 seated guests and 140 standing guests. Recent users include rotary clubs, historical societies, political events, and business and civic organizations. The lobby is rented out in four-hour blocks.The space has no kitchen facilities but users may bring in refreshments to serve. The Audi, as it is affectionately called, hosts over 100 events each season, including lectures, dance recitals, pageants, concerts and the ballet.Type of Organization Performances Full Venue Rehearsal2 performances in one dayConcord Resident Non-Profit $335.00 $610.00 $150.00Concord Resident- Profit $610.00 $1190.00 $150.00Non-Resident Non - Profit $610.00 $1190.00$150.00 paid in advanceNon-Resident - Profit $920.00 $1815.00$150.00paid in advanceSpring 2024Page 29www.concordparksandrec.com'