Our Annual Benefit Auction is now Live! Browse the auction now for hand-painted marquee posters, art, getaways and more!
What’s New At The Barnstormers
Preview at www.32auctions.com/2022barnstormersauction for Barnstormers memorabilia and marquee posters, art, dining and getaways! The online auction runs from September 1st through 30th. Find treasures and support your theatre!
Artistic Director Sarah Rozene and Silent Sky Director Dori Robinson talk to Kendra Jo Brook about the experience of portraying Henrietta Leavitt. https://youtu.be/103HOyE2Uww
Kimberly O'Loughlin: ”I am a sound designer, sound engineer and composer based out of New York City. I sound design plays and musicals off Broadway and for regional theater. I'm spending my summer as the sound designer for both Into the Woods and Lucky Stiff for the...
Summer 2022 COVID-19 Protocols: What To Expect At The Barnstormers Theatre
- Safety policies are subject to change according to current recommended guidelines, and severity of the pandemic. Please check back before your show to get the latest protocols.
- Masks must be worn except when consuming food or beverage.
- Maintain social distancing protocol in Concessions line during intermission
- Restrooms available inside the theatre building with signage directing the traffic flow
- Signatures, pictures, or meeting with performers after the play will not be available this summer.
Thank you for working with us on these protocols to continue to protect our patrons, staff, volunteers, and our performers. Your understanding is greatly appreciated by everyone at the theatre during this ever-evolving situation.
We can’t wait to see you at the show this summer!
Tickets and Curtain Times
Purchase tickets online or by phone from the Box office at (603) 323-8500. We Accept: Visa, Mastercard, Discover and American Express
Box Office Hours
June 7 – June 18th
Tues – Sat 1 – 4
June 21 – Sept 3rd
Mon – Sat 10am – 5pm
on show nights ’til 9pm
Note: Prior to June 7th the Box Office may be reached by phone or email. Messages will be checked daily and we will respond promptly.
Tuesday – Saturday: 7:30 PM
Saturday Matinee : 2:00 PM
Socially distanced seating available at the Sunday Matinee at 5:00 PM
Seating begins 1/2 hour before curtain.
The Barnstormers Theatre
The Barnstormers, located in the scenic village of Tamworth, NH, is one of the longest-running professional summer theatres in the country.
The company was founded in 1931 by Francis Cleveland, the youngest son of President Grover Cleveland, Francis’s wife Alice and their friend Ed Goodnow – all of whom were involved with theatre on Broadway. Over eighty years later, their legacy continues.
Today, The Barnstormers is one of three Equity theatres in New Hampshire and provides the region with brilliant summer theatre.
Like most theatres nationwide, ticket sales cover only about half of income needs, so every gift to The Barnstormers is greatly appreciated.
My summer trip to visit family in NH wouldn't be complete without taking in a performance at The Barnstormers! It was a tradition of my grandparents, and my parents, and we now share this with our children! Over the years I've been to performances on and off Broadway, in San Francisco and Los Angeles. The Barnstormers consistently pleases with its top quality performers and well mounted productions! Taking in a performance in Tamworth is a magical ride and I look forward to it every time!
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To keep vital the value, spirit, and tradition of fine summer theatre in Tamworth and to provide a venue for and to promote varied cultural activities within the region.
Our Creative Work is Made Possible By:
The Haynes Family Foundation
The Tamworth Foundation
Federal funds distributed by the State of NH Governor’s Office Of Emergency Relief and Recovery
Federal funds distributed by the NH State Council For the Arts
Generous contributions from The Barnstormers Theatre Board of Directors
Donors and Patrons like you!
Photo: Laughter on the 23rd Floor, 2019
Bottom Photo: Toad of Toad Hall, Bill Christopher, Bud Winkler, Hal Meyer and Dan Rubinate, 1957