2013: The Round Barn Theatre Season Tickets Now on Sale
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The Round Barn Theatre is northern Indiana's only professional repertory musical theatre company. Actors audition from across the country live on Amish Acres farm and perform eight shows per week. You'll experience the difference between The Round Barn Theatre and touring companies, community, church, civic, summer stock, college and school productions.
In celebration of the 27th season of Plain and Fancy, The Round Barn Theatre surrounds it with one of the most varied seasons it has produced over the last quarter of a century. The main stage comes alive with Church Basement Ladies 2: A Second Helping, Plain and Fancy, Nunsense A-men, 9 to 5 the musical, Seven Brides for Seven Brothers, Arsenic and Old Lace, plus, for the holidays, The Wizard of Oz.
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Buy one or more adult season subscriptions, and get free season tickets for all of the kids (6-11) in the family free! Grandparents may get up to four grandchildren season tickets free! Call (800) 800-4942 for your Free Season Tickets for Kids.
Kid's Free Season Tickets funded in part by the Joseph Stein Memorial Fund.
The Joseph Stein Stage
The Round Barn Theatre's stage is dedicated to Joseph Stein, who co-wrote the book for Plain and Fancy, his first work for the musical theatre. This light hearted look at the differences between the Amish of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, and a young couple from New York City, was the first new musical to hit Broadway in 1955. It ran for 462 performances. Now after twenty-four years, Amish Acres Round Barn Theatre's perennial production has surpassed 3,600 performances and played before over a 355,000 patrons. This stage has become the national home of Plain and Fancy.
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Receive the Following Preferred Patron Benefits
$119.95 per Adult
(for a limited time)
Call 1-800-800-4942 ext. 2 to Purchase Your Season Subscriptions and you will receive eight major subscriber benefits of nearly $100 in additional services and preferred patron privileges on top of the savings of $76 or 40%.
Season Plain and Fancy Visa. Attend any additional performances free with the purchase of a ticket at regular price; a great entertainment option for out-of-town guests!
FREE 2013 Arts & Crafts Festival Ticket $7 value. You won't want to miss our 51st annual celebration of Amish Acres Arts & Crafts Festival, August 1 - 4, 2013.
Kids, believe it or not, are now free, thanks to the Joseph Stein Memorial Fund.
(Each family can secure free season tickets for all of their children up to the age of 12. Grandparents can add up to four grandchildren to their subscriptions free as well. The Wizard of Oz is not included with the free subscriptions)
You can reserve your favorite seats for the entire 2013 season
Exclusive ticket exchange privileges with no additional fee
FREE Amish Acres VIP Card. Receive a 10% discount on most products and activities in 2013.
50% off room Rate at the Nappanee Inn; another great option for out-of-town guests! Subject to availability. Black out dates apply. Limit one per household.
The 2013 Season
Based upon Baum’s novel and the classic film starring Judy Garland, The Wizard of Oz follows little Dorothy Gale of Kansas, like so many girls her age, dreaming of what lies over the rainbow. One day a twister hits her farm and carries her away to another world. Join Dorothy, the Scarecrow, the Tin Man, the Cowardly Lion and Toto on their trip down the Yellow Brick Road, traveling through the universe of Dorothy’s imagination. Originally produced on the Joseph Stein Stage in 2003, the Round Barn’s immensely successful production was directed and choreographed by Broadway great and RBT favorite, Dirk Lumbard. More...