This room is also our country, and we all belong here. To be in a room where poetry matters, to be in a room where not everything can be monetized , to be in a room where culture and valor might have something to do with one another… Dig in your heels and stay.”
— Playwright Sarah Ruhl
In the midst of this season of connections, the words above vibrate with urgency, power, and hope. BLUEBARN is humbled to provide this ‘common room’ and honored to have the opportunity to create art as challenging and rewarding for us as we hope it is for you, our audience. The BLUEBARN is thriving because you, our patrons, have a taste for surprise, for risk-taking, for diving with us head-first into story-telling adventures both strange and familiar.
We are fueled by you, your response to our work, as well as the ripple effect of that response. Connections are made. You take the common room with you, you encounter others, and our work returns to us, through you, transformed.
It is this transformative energy that sparks and sustains us and the body of work we produce season after season. You are the reason we dig in our heels…and connect.
Whether you are a TRU BLU member or an occasional but passionate advocate of our work, we hope you’ll choose to support us as the year comes to a close.
Your charitable donation will ensure the BLUEBARN continues to be a place where artistic, personal, and profound connections thrive… a place where we find each other.
The BLUEBARN Theatre is a 501c3 tax-exempt nonprofit organization.
The BLUEBARN Theatre is now hiring creative teams
for the SEASON 29 – 2017-2018 season.
The BLUEBARN seeks artists/professional designers for the following positions:
The BLUEBARN’s 2017-2018 Season will consist of 5 productions, and each position will be contracted individually by show.
Please send your resume to BLUEBARN Production Manager Amy Reiner at email@example.com.
Slate Magazine has published a list of “The Best Things America Built in 2016” and the BLUEBARN Theatre made eighth on the list! We’re right alongside the new Smithsonian building and several other fantastic creations.
$30.00 for General Admission
$25.00 for Students, Seniors (65+), TAG Members or groups of ten or more.
The BLUEBARN Theatre is wheelchair accessible. If you require assistance, let us know when you make your reservation so that we may be able to adequately assist you.
Before you come down to the BLUEBARN, please read the information we’ve put together on the Plan Your Visit page.