Barn Theatre School for Advanced Theater Training

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Barn Theatre School for Advanced Theater Training

13351 W M-96
Augusta, MI 49012
Regions: South
Phone: (269) 731-4545
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Description
Located on a picturesque rolling hillside on M-96 between the cities of Kalamazoo and Battle Creek, the Barn Theatre retains its charming countryside setting and remains the perfect summer outing for the whole family! We are one of the nation's oldest Professional Equity resident summer-stock theatres as well as a longtime Michigan entertainment destination. Meaning you can see aspiring professional actors as they earn exceptional experience, unlike any other int he state. 72 years and over  500 performances under the same family management is a benchmark nearly unparalleled in the theatre industry, yet it's a benchmark we boast at the Barn Theatre thanks to founders Jack Ragotzy, an Obie award-winning director, and his wife Betty Ebert Ragotzy.

The 2018 season brings many updates and celebrations.

  • The 75th Anniversary of the Barn structure itself

  • Expanded legroom throughout the entire center section of the theatre

  • Adult & youth Backstage Xperience options


2018 Season Schedule



  • June 5 – 10, The Civil War

  • June 12 – June 17, Noises Off

  • June 19 – July 1, Hairspray

  • July 3 – July 15, Bonnie & Clyde

  • July 17 – July 29, Run for Your Wife

  • July 31 – August 12, Disney's Beauty and The Beast

  • August 14 – August 26, Bullets Over Broadway

  • August 28 – September 2, Disaster


Amenities



  • Gift Shop

  • Kid Friendly

  • Concessions

  • Dinners & Bar available before all shows

  • Rehearsal Shed Cabaret after each stage performance

  • New online ticketing options for 2018

  • Free parking

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