Garrison Players Arts Center

Mailing Address:

P.O. Box 127
Dover, NH 03821

Physical Address:

650 Portland Avenue     Corner of Rt 4/Roberts Rd Rollinsford, NH

Business: 603-516-4919 Tickets: 603-750-4278

Click here for directions


Fridays - 8 PM
Saturdays - 8 PM
Sundays - 2 PM


Adults: $18
Students (under 18): $15


Adults: $15
Students (under 18): $12
Or as indicated.


The G-Pack is a set of six tickets at a discounted price. Redeemable throughout the production season.

Adults: $90

Click icon below to buy the G-Pack.

Who's in Bed with the Butler
By Michael Parker
September 9 - 24, 2016
Little Old Ladies in Tennis Shoes
By Sandra Fenichel Asher
October 14 - 23, 2016

A frothy evening of community theatre with an impressive array of The Sacramento News and Review / Sacramento, California comedy techniques.


A sensitive comedy about friendship between generations.



Little Mermaid, Jr
November 4 - 20, 2016
101 Dalmatians, KIDS
November 5 - 19, 2016




Christmas Cabaret
December 9 - 11, 2016
The Shadow Radio Show
December 16 - 18, 2016

"Grab the family and join the Garrison Players this holiday season for a celebration of music featuring holiday songs from Broadway and beyond."




Things My Mother Taught Me
By Katherine DiSavino
January 27 - February 4, 2017
By Ira Levin
March 10 - 25, 2017

"Makes for one hilarious time...Things My Mother Taught Me has just about everything you'd want in a romantic comedy, all wrapped up with an appreciate-your-mother bow. You shouldn't miss it." - Quad-Cities Online

"Two-thirds a thriller and one-third a devilishly clever comedy…Suspend your disbelief and be delighted. Scream a little. It's good for you." —Cue Magazine



Inherit the Wind
By Jerome Lawrence and Robert E. Lee
May 5 - 20, 2017

"The portrait it draws of an explosive episode in American culture, vigorously written by Jerome Lawrence and Robert E. Lee, remains as fresh as it ever was. One of the most stirring plays in recent years retains its folk flavor and spiritual awareness in an Arena Stage production. Bursting with vitality…Literature of the stage!" —NY Times.