2009 Obie Award for Best New Play
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Students in a community-center acting class find their lives transformed, their souls reflected, and the patterns of their lives revealed in this extraordinary celebration of ordinary life. As they discover each other through storytelling and deceptively simple games, hearts are won and lost, destinies shaped, and tiny triumphs and tragedies take on epic proportions.
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Sep 27 – 7:30p
Oct 04 – 7:30p *
Oct 11 – 7:30p
Oct 18 – 7:30p
Sep 28 – 7:30p
Oct 05 – 7:30p
Oct 12 – 7:30p
Oct 19 – 7:30p
Sep 29 – 7:30p
Oct 06 – 7:30p
Oct 13 – 7:30p
Oct 20 – 7:30p
Oct 07 – 2p **
Oct 14 – 6p
Oct 21 – 2p
* After Words — Following the Thursday, October 4th performance, join us for a talkback with the cast.
** Theatre Works — Following the Sunday, October 7th performance, join us in conversation with Tyrone Beasley (the Rose Theatre), Nick Zadina (Project Harmony), and Carolyn Anderson (WhyArts?).
Engagement events are free and open to the public.
Revisit the past and celebrate the future of the BLUEBARN. This special 30th Anniversary event will re-unite the founders and pioneers of the BLUEBARN for a evening of memories from early days and readings from early plays. Featuring: Mary Theresa Green, Kevin Lawler, Rachel Hauben-Combs, Nils Haaland, Susan Clement-Toberer, Susan Schonlau, John St. Angelo, Sheila Malone, and Hughston Walkinshaw.
Don’t miss this unforgettable night of hearty hors d’oeuvres, luscious libations, laughter and reflection. Suggested donation $30. All proceeds benefit BLUEBARN’s signature Artist Fund.
Created by the ensemble with original music by Andrew Heringer
Walk the Night returns for its 5th anniversary installment, an immersive re-imagining of Shakespeare’s The Tempest. Justice or love? Mystery or intrigue? Mischief or Vengeance? If you unlocked a secret, which path would you choose?
Generously Sponsored by The Rea Charitable Trust
BLUEBARN Theatre offers a number of special discounts and programs aimed at ensuring that our boundary-breaking, enriching productions are always affordable.
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.