Comedy Night with Juston McKinney and Carolyn Plummer @ Anderson Hall
Aug 6 @ 7:30 pm – 10:00 pm
Comedy Night with Juston McKinney and Carolyn Plummer @ Anderson Hall

These two are the funniest people in NH. Juston was born in Portsmouth and Carolyn is a Wolfeboro native… When NH magazine named Juston “Best of NH” they wrote, “The Granite State may have more famous comedians than you can shake a stick at (Seth Meyers, Sarah Silverman, and Adam Sandler to name a few) but no one really “gets” New England humor like Juston McKinney.”

Carolyn pulls material from the hum-drum, day-to-day monotony of the life of every man; and she does it well.  To Carolyn the monumental is easy… it’s our existence that’s so hard, yet so ridiculous.  Some women look in the mirror and complain that they aren’t pretty enough, not rich enough, not young enough.  Carolyn gives her reflection on the finger.


Broadway Spectacular with Kate Baldwin @ Anderson Hall
Aug 21 @ 7:30 pm – 10:00 pm
Broadway Spectacular with Kate Baldwin @ Anderson Hall | Wolfeboro | New Hampshire | United States
Hailed as “the redheaded firecracker” (Stephen Holden, New York Times), Kate Baldwin was nominated for the 2017 Tony, Drama Desk, and Outer Critics Circle Awards for her performance as Irene Molloy in the 2017 Broadway revival of Hello Dolly!

Kate’s new show titled How Did You Get This Number? features signature songs from her acclaimed career including Finian’s Rainbow, Giant, Big Fish, and Hello Dolly! More from writers like Stephen Sondheim, Kander & Ebb, Frank Loesser, and long-time friend and collaborator Georgia Stitt fill the program with gorgeous music and expert storytelling.

“We suppose there are some things that Baldwin cannot do, but over the past decade we have yet to see her be anything but superb,” says Steven Suskin of Playbill.

“Kate Baldwin… is an absolute knockout. If Mary Martin was any better than this…well, let’s just say that I don’t see how she could have been. Not only is Ms. Baldwin a charismatic actor, but her concert-quality singing is as good as you’re ever going to hear in a musical.” – Terry Teachout, Wall Street Journal