Something for Everyone at Theater Barn This Weekend!
The Ridgefield Theater Barn is thrilled to present a fun-filled lineup this weekend for everyone in the family.
First, Friday night, October 12th at 8pm, the Role in the Hay Players are back with this season’s first installment of Whose Barn Is It Anyway. Those wacky players, Laura Banks, Cheryl Boyd, Pamme Jones, Wayne Leiss, Melissa Power, Mary Shuldman, and Rick Hodder, the group’s director and coach, are returning to provide an evening of original comedy and hilarious skits. So be prepared to enter a world of anything-goes insanity, because the only thing predictable is an evening of laughs for everyone. Due to the spontaneous nature of improvisation, performances may contain adult language and themes that may not be suitable for some children. Parental discretion is advised.
Seating is cabaret style and the audience is invited to bring food and beverage. Doors open at 7pm, tickets are $22. Reservations are strongly recommended, as this popular event always sells out.
And for the the little ones in the family, the Theater for a Young Audience series presents, How I Became a Pirate, Saturday, October 13th at 2pm and 4:30pm, and Sunday, October 14th at 2pm.
Directed by Alicia Dempster, How I Became a Pirate has catchy songs like “A Good One To Boot,” “Green Teeth,” “I’m Really Just a Sensitive Guy,” “You’ve Got to Talk Like a Pirate,” “Pirates Dot Aaargh!,” and many others that will have the adults as well as our young audiences rolling in the aisles and leaving the theater secretly wishing for Braid Beard and the gang to one day pay them a visit.
Tickets are $12, with a Family 4-pack available for $40 (children under 2 are free). Theater-style seating, and front row carpet squares for the little ones.
The Theater Barn is located at 37 Halpin Lane in Ridgefield. For more information and to make reservations for either show, please visit www.ridgefieldtheaterbarn.org