Capitol Center for the Arts

2019 Goals:

The CCA is in the midst of a major capital campaign intended to fund critical improvements to facilities and infrastructure at the 1,300-seat Chubb Theatre, and to purchase and renovate the historic Concord Theatre, creating a dynamic, state-of-the-art performance venue with a capacity of 300-450. The Concord Theatre Project is a $6 million venture with $2 million remaining to be raised by the end of 2019. This second venue will increase the number and variety of artistically significant works and performers the Capitol Center can bring to audiences in greater Concord and beyond.

Giving Opportunities:

Capital Campaign: Invest in the performing arts in Concord by making a gift to the Capital Campaign – “Act III, Scene I: Creating our Future”, which is focused on creating a versatile new performance venue at the site of the Concord Theatre, as well as making critical updates to the CCA’s main campus at 44 South Main Street.

Membership: Over 1,300 individuals support the CCA and enjoy the benefits that come with yearly memberships, which start at just $50/year.

Annual Fund: Support the operations of the CCA with a gift to the Annual Fund.

Corporate sponsorship: See your company shine in the spotlight by sponsoring a main stage show at the Capitol Center.

Volunteer Opportunities:

The Capitol Center for the Arts is always excited to welcome happy volunteers to our family of volunteer ushers. There are also opportunities to volunteer through committees dedicated to topics such as outreach, education and membership.

Board Officers / Board Members

  • Lynn Kilchenstein
    NHTI, Chair
  • William L. Kissick, Jr.
    St. Paul’s School
    Vice Chair
  • Mark Zankel
    The Nature Conservancy
    Vice Chair
  • Rusty Mosca
    Nathan Wechsler
  • Cynthia Rouvalis
  • John Swope
    Emeritus Board Chair
  • Robert O. Wilson
    Campaign Chair
  • Michelle Arruda
    Devine, Millimet & Branch, PA
  • Monique Brown
    Ledyard Financial Advisors
  • Ron Elliard
    Merrill Lynch, Pierce, Fenner & Smith Inc.
  • Cindy Flanagan
    Concord Dance Academy
  • David Fries
    Cleveland, Waters and Bass, PA
  • Rick Johnson
    Beech Hill School
  • Edward M. Kaplan
    Sulloway & Hollis
  • Tim S. Lesko
    Granite Investment Advisors
  • Joseph Maloy
    Polaris Direct
  • Susan Martore-Baker
    Cambridge Trust Company of NH
  • Tom Moran
    Concord Hospital
  • Robert Moses
  • Jeanine Poole
  • Ron Reed
  • Paul C. Rizzi, Jr.
  • Lisa Snow Wade
    Orr and Reno
  • Erik Sobel
    Northeast Delta Dental
  • Blake Wayman
    Boston Partners Financial Group
Categories: Charitable Giving Guide