Our first online production, directed by Kim Dupuis, is Mark Twain’s The Diaries of Adam and Eve, available to view September 25 - October 18 (extended to October 25). It features Mark DiPietro as Adam and Charlotte Traas as Eve. The Edge will be using an adaptation by Catherine Behrens and cinematography and editing by David Teubner.

The second production, also directed by Kim Dupuis, will be available to watch October 16-31, to coincide with Halloween. (We have extended to November 10!) It will be Spooky Tales of Edgar Allan Poe, including The Bells (Veda Crewe, Damien Licata, Catherine Behrens, Sherman Morrison), The Tell Tale Heart (Kim Dupuis), Annabel Lee (Sherman Morrison), The Premature Burial (Damien Licata), and The Murders in the Rue Morgue (adapted and directed by Catherine Behrens). Cinematography and editing is by David Teubner.

The Edge's third and final production of the Fall 2020 season will be available to watch November 20 - December 31. As He Is, written and acted by Jonathan and Cynthia Austin and directed by Kim Dupuis, follows the life of a woman in search of understanding. Over the course of forty years, we watch as she forms her relationship with Faith. Her interactions with the people around her guide what she believes as she fights to keep the anxiety of the uncertain at bay. Contradicting perceptions of faith must fit together to complete an image of what she has never seen.


The Edge will greatly appreciate any and all donations to help us meet the high costs of these productions. We all need to pull together to keep the arts alive. This is the time we need your help the most!


Call 603-352-5657 to find out how you can help in this effort, or for further information. Or you can send an email to You may also visit the Edge’s website,; or send a message through Edge’s Facebook page.

The Edge would like to thank the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation and the Putnam Foundation for their support and for helping us deliver these exciting online productions to our community.