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The Barnstormers Theatre
PO Box 434 
104 Main Street
Tamworth, NH 03886
tickets@barnstormerstheatre.org
603-323-8500


2023 Summer Season

Box Office &
Phone Hours:


June 1st - June 10th
Tues - Sat  1 - 4pm

June 12th - Sept 2nd
Mon - Sat  10am - 5pm
on show nights 'til 9pm
Sundays  1 - 7pm on
7/2, 7/16, 7/30, 8/13 & 8/27

Performance Times:
Evening / 7:30
Sat. Mat. / 2pm
Sun. Mat. /5pm


TICKET PRICES
Single
Evening Orchestra $39.50
Evening Balcony  $34.50
Matinee Orchestra $27.50
Matinee Balcony $22.50
Please Note:  An additional $2 technology fee will be added to the price of each ticket. 

Package Price per Ticket
WEBPP5 Eve.Orchestra $36.50
WEBPP5 Eve.Balcony $31.50
Please Note:  An additional $2 technology fee will be added to the price of each ticket. 


Accessible Seating & Hearing Assist Information
Reservations for hearing assists,(can not be used in the first 5 rows of the orchestra) wheelchair seating and special needs seating including companion seats are made by calling the Box Office at 603-323-8500


Special Ticket & Package Prices:
To purchase Season, Package, Group, Family Package, Young Audience or Military, please call the Box Office for details.  603-323-8500  (These tickets can only be purchased through the Box Office)

CASH EXCHANGE FEE
We have a NO REFUNDS POLICY, however exchanges may be made at the cost of $2 per ticket, which must be paid in cash at the Box Office when picking up your tickets.  Thank you!

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  Delighting audiences since 1931!

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Pride and Prejudice

Pride and Prejudice
 Pride and Prejudice- by Kate Hamill, adapted from the novel by Jane Austen- Comedy- G Rating

August 22nd-31st

Bold, surprising, boisterous, and timely, this P&P for a new era explores the absurdities and thrills of finding your perfect (or imperfect) match in life. The outspoken Lizzy Bennet is determined to never marry, despite mounting pressure from society. But can she resist love, especially when that vaguely handsome, mildly amusing, and impossibly aggravating Mr. Darcy keeps popping up at every turn?! Literature’s greatest tale of latent love has never felt so theatrical, or so full of life than it does in this effervescent adaptation. Because what turns us into greater fools...than the high-stakes game of love? This adaptation is incredibly fresh, and
well suited to audiences of all ages. It moves fast, and is sure to be a crowd pleaser.

“Hamill...has a gift for condensing three-volume novels into galloping two-act plays. Her screwball PRIDE AND PREJUDICE...is as frolicsome as her earlier efforts. It hasn’t met a rib it can’t tickle.” —The New York Times.

“The ever-ingenious Hamill has given us something completely and delightfully different, a smallish-cast period-dress PRIDE AND PREJUDICE...adapted with fizzy, festive freedom, Hamill’s [PRIDE AND PREJUDICE] is full of Bringing Up Baby-style slapstick and the kind of barely controlled chaos that you’d expect to see in a five-door Feydeau farce...” —Wall Street Journal.   

 
“...a laugh-out-loud adaptation... Hamill...give[s] Austen’s novel a deliciously antic sensibility...This PRIDE AND PREJUDICE has comedy at its heart, but regarding the treatment of women, it shows us enough unsettling similarities between the 18th century and now to make us pause thoughtfully between laughs.” —TheaterMania.

“Hamill’s PRIDE AND PREJUDICE has fun and charm to spare...[it] is full of high spirits and genuine mirth...Hamill excels...as a condenser of the story and a conveyer of fun. She cleverly squeezes Austen’s wide-ranging drawing-room comedy into the bodies of eight actors, almost all doubling to delightful and even moving effect.” —New York Magazine.
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