To our Barn community, a note from the membership director -
We are planning on going forward with shows this fall, with The Revlon Girl re-opening at the end of September, picking up where we left off in March 2020. Other shows and dates will be announced in the coming weeks and months.
However, at this time, we will still not be selling memberships since state guidelines currently restrict us to the amount of people we can fit in the house while still following socially distancing guidelines - and, at the moment, that means 53 audience members. Since we are blessed with more members than that per each of our shows, we can't sell membership seats that we don't have available to sell.
We are making some changes to our performance calendar which will have some impact on some membership seats going forward, so I can't say with 100% certainty that your seats are safe if you're part of that change; but we will do everything we can to accomodate. (The change has not been fully implemented yet, so we can't be any more specific than that at this time.)
We have taken the opportunity of this downtime to work on our back office software and processes, and we're looking forward to sharing our new online box office and mananagement tools in the coming months. Emails and paper mail will be sent to existing members about these new changes when they're ready to launch.
I am also retiring my post, effective the end of December 2021; I will help transition the new team and then step back to take on a less involved role. I've had a great run over the past 20-something years, and it's time to let someone else enjoy the position.
More when I know it...
Stay hydrated and stay safe.
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First off, we have a la carte, which is you buy your tickets as you go. You get no benefits doing it this way, but it might be easier for you. Doing it this way will set you back $110.
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If you like the glitz, glamour and free wine and cheese available on opening nights, we recommend our opening night subscription. Reserved seating on opening night of all five of our mainstage shows plus complimentary wine and light refreshments is only $95.
For our young (students) and young-at-heart (over 62) subscribers, we offer our Senior/Student of $80 for the regular subscription. These prices are available for our matinee peformances only.
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The Barn is unable to offer refunds to season ticket holders. To offset that inconvenience, we have a very flexible ticket exchange policy - so, if you can't make a performance, just let us know and we can swap your seat for a more convenient time. If you're unable to reschedule, and you can't find someone to take your ticket, please consider donating the seats back to the theatre and enjoy the tax write-off.