Sunday, November 16th at 2pm
doors open 30 minutes prior to curtain
No Reservations Required
will be provided
Written by William Luce
Based on Zelda Fitzgerald's Writings
Robert J. D'Amato
The Ridgefield Theater Barn will participate in the Big Read Program with its reading of The Last Flapper. Admission is free and light refreshments will be provided.
The Big Read is a program of the National Endowment for the Arts designed to revitalize the role of literature in American culture and to encourage citizens to read for pleasure and enlightenment.
The Ridgefield Playhouse, in partnership with the Ridgefield Library, is one of 77 not-for-profit organizations to receive a grant to host a Big Read project between September 2014 and June 2015. The NEA presents The Big Read in partnership with Arts Midwest.
The Big Read is a program of the National Endowment for the Arts in partnership with Arts Midwest.
Click Here to see the BIG READ calendar!
December 12th & 13th
Friday & Saturday evening at 8pm
(doors open one hour prior to curtain)
All Tickets: $25
Guests are invited to bring
food and beverage of choice
Looking for a great way to celebrate the holiday season? How about spending a wickedly entertaining evening filled with live music, talented performers and good company? Maybe even shake out of your comfort zone and hop on the stage yourself? (Don’t worry, we won’t force you). Come on down to a the Theater Barn on Friday December 12th or Saturday December 13th when a very special Piano Bar…n will bring the Manhattan club scene to Ridgefield..
The Piano Bar…n is a warm and friendly place to enjoy a good time - swaying to live music, bellowing out familiar lyrics, as a group, or for the courageous, by yourself. Singers, with the superb accompaniment of pianist Tom Morris, will offer up their favorites while encouraging the audience to sing songs almost everyone knows by heart. If you delight in good music and unpredictable laughter, you will have a wonderful experience.
You’ll see familiar faces from Barn shows of the past, as well as specially invited talent from New York City and the surrounding area. Guaranteed to be a fabulous night, so don’t miss out!
Recommended for mature audiences.
Saturday, January 10th at 8 pm
doors open one hour prior to curtain
All Tickets : $25
Guest are invited to bring
food and beverage of choice
to enjoy before the show
The wacky world of Improv Comedy returns to the Theater Barn, featuring The Role in the Hay Players: Cheryl Boyd, Rick Hodder, Pamme Jones, Wayne Leiss, Mary Shuldman, and Melissa Power.
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.