The Barn Theatre brings you the premiere of a hilarious James Bond spoof written by their own Brendan Ragotzy. Performances will be from August 31 – September 12, 2021
After the demise of a considerable amount of Double “0” agents due to poor training by agents Wallbanger (Melissa Cotton Hunter), Willcall (Luke Ragotzy), and Sitzbath (Patrick Hunter), Madam X (Penelope Alex) knows that there is only one man to replace them – Double “0” 69 (Guest Star Robert Newman). Double “0” 69’s reputation precedes him, however, when he arrives on the scene, he is a broken man, spending the last few years in hiding in the Himalayas. The world is now faced with the threat of Max and Zelda Von Diesel (Charlie King and newcomer Melanie Wehrmacher). The Von Diesels have an evil plot to launch their wicked empire. Double “0” 69 must become field-ready again and save the world from impending disaster.
DOUBLE “0” 69 is directed by Brendan Ragotzy, set designed by Steven Lee Burright, and costumes designed by Melanie Wehrmacher. Technical Direction and Properties are designed by Sam Rudy. Lights are designed by Michael McShane. Sound has been designed by Spencer Wooley. Garrylee McCormick is hair/wig master. Double”0” 69 is rated R – for language and mature situations.
The Rehearsal Shed & Bar Show
Enjoy refreshments in the Rehearsal Shed Lounge with friends before the show, during intermission, and after the actors have taken their final bows. Take in their cabaret-style show after the main stage performances while satisfying cravings with some light snacks.
Make Bar Show reservations online for the entire summer. No need to wait in line before the show!
2021 Property Improvements
The Barn has added two more exciting additions coming this summer.
- In addition to the Rehearsal Shed, the Barn has recently opened Miss Penelope’s Saloon! Open before and during the show for patrons to grab a drink
- NEW THIS SEASON, you can now bring drinks into the theatre
- Opening soon:
- A new pizza kitchen, Back 40 Pizza, will be freshly made and served before, during, and after the show.
- Construction has just begun on their Silo Museum & Gift Shop, which will open later this summer
Location & Ticket Details
The Barn Theatre is located on M-96, west of Augusta. Tickets range from $41-$49 for adults and $25 for children 12 and under. Visa, Mastercard, Discover, and American Express are all accepted. Group rates are available. The Box Office is open every day from 10:00 AM – 10:00 PM. To reserve tickets, call (269) 731-4121 or buy them online at www.barntheatreschool.org.