2013 Season Announcement
Barnyard Theatre is pleased to announce an exciting lineup of plays that we’ll be presenting this summer in our tenth year out at the barn.
The first woman, Pandora, awakens to life and opens her mysterious box. Mythical creatures emerge from its depths in this imaginative new play about the life experiences that shape the people we become. Unicorns come of age, shapeshifters prepare to raise children, and phoenixes and dragons fall in and out of love. Through their humorous and heartfelt stories, Pandora comes to learn what it is to be a human woman. Join us at the barn for a magical evening of original theatre!
Every night, an untouchable woman walks into the Copper Hog bar like she owns the place, but always leaves alone. Men fall over themselves trying to get her attention, but it’s a woman from her past who forces her to give up her secrets. She Gets Naked in the End will go through a weeklong rehearsal and design process, culminating in two staged performances. Come be a part of the development of this captivating new play!
Nights of New Plays
Barnyard Theatre continues the tradition of supporting new plays with these readings and performances of original works. If you have a play or project you’d like to submit for consideration, please visit the submissions page.
Charlie Hunt hosts his annual festival of acoustic music at the barn in July and August. Check back later in the summer for artists and performance dates.
We are excited about our summer projects, and hope you will be involved. Keep an eye out for upcoming announcements about auditions, fundraising, and more!
See you at the barn!
Thank you to everyone who came out to see our 2012 Season:
Thank You to our Donors!
We'd like to thank everyone who contributed to our Kickstarter fundraiser as well as the individuals and businesses who have donated separately! We raised $6000 to make the 2012 season happen, $1000 more than our original goal. Your help has made the challenge of producing a full season of theatre in our unique venue much easier.