PSU’s dance performance group showcases original works by faculty and students in various dance genres. Premiere of new work set on PSU dancers by Ontario native choreographer, performer and director Jesse Robb.

  • May 6 and 7 at 7 p.m.
  • Hanaway Theatre at the Silver Center for the Arts
  • Buy tickets online or call (603) 535-2787
    Adult $10, Senior, Youth, and Group $8


On the surface, the musical A Man of No Importance, which is about the inner struggle and turmoil created when shame and desire collide, tells the story of an amateur theatre group in Dublin and their leader, Alfie Byrne. Alfie is determined to stage a version of Oscar Wilde’s Salome at his church, despite the protestations of church authorities. Through moments of honesty, self-discovery, and deeply felt emotion, A Man of No Importance offers us hope for a future where those who are considered to be unwantedly different and outcasts are, indeed, recognized as being equal, good, and welcomed.

This performance is not recommended for children due to adult themes.

  • April 7 and 8 at 7 p.m.
    April 9 and 10 at 2pm
    April 9 at 8pm
  • Studio Theatre, Silver Center for the Arts

8:00 pm

A weekly Al-Anon meeting for students, faculty, and staff will be held on campus each Wednesday in Frost Commons, from 8 to 9 p.m.

The meeting, which follows a 12-step format, is registered through NH Al-Anon Family Groups and is designed for family members, partners, and friends of alcoholics and addicts.

Please note that this meeting is designed for those affected by someone else’s addiction.

Any questions may be directed to Kerry Keating at 535-2376 or Nancy Dyer at 535-2461.

7:00 pm

Come join the Spanish Club, speak the language, and enjoy the culture!

It doesn't matter what level you are ... we welcome everyone, from beginners to fluent speakers. Please join us!

8:00 am

Managing New Hampshire’s Water for a More Resilient Environment

Each year, this popular event addresses current issues around our water resources and watersheds. Our watersheds are regularly exposed to a variety of disturbances, both of natural and human causes. Some disturbances are happening more frequently and often are of larger magnitude. The 2016 conference, on Friday, March 18, will focus on the concept of resiliency, or the ability of our natural watersheds and water systems, and built infrastructure, to respond to and recover from disturbances.
The event is at capacity, but if you would like to be added to the contact list, please complete our Contact Form.


This is a classic tragedy by William Shakespeare about two young lovers whose feelings cannot be controlled despite the fact that their feuding families forbid their romantic relationship.

Reduced rate for Saturday matinee!

Buy tickets online or call (603) 535-2787.

  • Adult $17, Senior & Youth $14, Saturday matinee: all seats $12
  • Dates:
    • March 3 and 4 at 7 p.m.
    • March 5 and 6 at 2 p.m.
    • March 5 at 8 p.m.
  • Hanaway Theatre

12:00 pm

Sex. Religion. Pizza. This is the second of six lunchtime discussions examining the intersections of sexuality and spirituality. Held on the first and last Wednesdays of the month, each session will feature a different speaker from the LGBTQ+ community describing their spiritual journey, sexual identity, and how the two have informed and shaped each other. There will be plenty of time for questions and discussion as we explore the historical alienation of LGBTQ+ people from some faith traditions, and the need for dialogue, reconciliation, and inclusive, affirming communities. All are welcome! More information here

  • March 2, 2016, noon-1 p.m.
  • HUB Student Senate Room

7:00 pm

Session Americana

This live show is a timeless experience; sometimes folk, sometimes rock or blues, sometimes a bit of reggae, sometimes presenting the latest batch of original songs, sometimes reaching back into depths of the American “song bag,” but always one of the best live shows on the planet.

  • February 26 at 7 p.m.
  • Smith Recital Hall, Silver Center for the Arts
  • Buy tickets online or call (603) 535-2787
  • Adult $30, Senior $28, Youth $20

11:30 am

Join the Center for Active Living and Healthy Communities today in a Colloquium Series event for "Adaptive Skiing Narratives for Individuals with Varying Disabilities," a topic researched and presented by Dr. Rebecca Busanich of the Health and Human Performance department. Our event is taking place in the new AllWell North Center in the downstairs Mountain Room, 115, from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Light refreshments served.


2016 Juried Student Exhibit
January 25 - February 19

Highlighting the strength, energy, passion, and technical skill of our PSU art students, this annual exhibition features the best efforts of students from all levels of art making.

Visiting jurors selected excellent works from each level of instruction including an independent level that encourages and nurtures independent, self-directed creativity. This year, there were 142 artworks submitted, and 51 selected for the exhibit in the gallery.

2016 Jurors
Darryl Furtcamp, Director of The New England College Art Gallery and Shandra McLane, international teaching artist and owner of Squam River Studios