BARNARTS 2016 season postcard FINAL

Don’t miss the last few performances!

The Realistic Joneses by Will Eno

Directed by Tom Beck

Starring:

Mark Alloway as Bob Jones
Lois Resseguie as Jennifer Jones
Nate Hinson as John Jones
Kimberly Barnhart as Pony Jones

Performances outdoors at Fable Farm.  1544 Royalton Turnpike, Barnard

June 17-18, 22, 24-26

All Shows 7pm except Sunday, June 26 at 4pm.

BUY TICKETS

June 26 performance at 4pm, all others at 7pm.   Come early and picnic on the farm!

This play was first performed on Broadway in 2014 and features wonderfully quirky real people experiencing personal challenges.  In The Realistic Joneses we meet Bob and Jennifer and their new neighbors John and Pony, two suburban couples who have even more in common than their tract houses and shared last names.  As their relationships begin to irrevocably intertwine, the Joneses find themselves “keeping up with the Joneses” in ways they might not wish.  These four, quirky but real characters, connect and disconnect through Will Eno’s clever dialogue, sometimes realistically disjointed, but always snappy with a subtle and surprising wit.


 

Summer Youth Theater 2016 Alice in Wonderland

Camp Dates: July 18-Aug 7
Performance Weekend: Aug 5-7

The magical world of Alice in Wonderland will be expanding with song and dance in this energy filled theater program along Silver Lake in Barnard.  During the 3-week camp, youth will take on characters, learn songs and dancing, and prepare for the full scale production to be held in the Barnard Town Hall with professional staging, costuming, music and choreography.  Specially adapted from the classic book by Lewis Carroll and the Disney film,Alice in Wonderland Jr, is sure to delight our cast and our audience.


Race Around the Lake

Thank you to all of our racers who came out on May 22 to support BarnArts!

Race Results!

Race Photos!


VISION

The vision of BarnArts is to foster and continuously support a community that views art as essential to social well-being, a community where a thriving arts culture and a thriving rural economy are mutually supportive, where the careers of artist, teacher and farmer are equally valued, and where time is set aside for the pursuit of creativity and shared learning.