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“Murder for Two” plays at Red Barn Theatre

“Murder for Two” plays at Red Barn Theatre

For Everyone, An Instant Comedy  “Murder For Two,” playing at the Red Barn Theatre, is a mesmerizing, delightfully implausible,  old-fashioned good time. Imagine a full-production play with a dozen characters and musical score, but only performed by two actors. The charismatic leads are the playwright himself, Joe Kinosian, and Noel Carey, who bring to life […]

Red Barn shows ‘Picasso’

Red Barn shows ‘Picasso’

Need a good laugh? It’s a must see Einstein and Picasso walk into a Parisian bar… It could have happened, but probably didn’t. Nevertheless, this hilarious Red Barn Theatre play illustrates the hilarity that might have ensued.  Imagine it is 1904, or somewhere around then. A young Albert Einstein, played by Marc Crown, has recently […]

Literary giants come to life in ‘Scott and Hem’

Literary giants come to life in ‘Scott and Hem’

Red Barn Theatre welcomes play to Key West In a fictional meeting between F. Scott Fitzgerald and Ernest Hemingway in 1937 Hollywood, California, playwright Mark St. Germain imagines a meeting between two real life writers who fight their demons with drinking, women, father-issues, sexuality, and depression in the short play. Hemingway, played by Gregg Weiner, […]

Red Barn to show ‘Venus in Fur’

Red Barn to show ‘Venus in Fur’

Erin McKenna and Matt Hollis Hulsey deliver a powerful performance. Play is a ‘study of the erotic nature of power’ A dark theatre. An empty stage. A stormy night. Writer-director Thomas Novachek sits alone, lamenting the inadequacies of the many actresses he has spent all day auditioning for the lead role in his new play. […]

‘Outside Mullingar’ perfect for dinner and a show

‘Outside Mullingar’ perfect for dinner and a show

Fast-paced Red Barn Theatre play sure to please The chemistry between actors Amber McDonald Good and John Good onstage is undeniable, possibly because the duo are a real life married couple with daughter, Lilly, at home and one on the way. The show is a fast-paced, darker romantic com-dram set in the present day Irish […]

#See: Theatre season begins

#See: Theatre season begins

“All the world’s a stage.” So says the melancholy Jaque in William Shakespeare‘s “As You Like It.” That speech compares the world to a stage and life to a play, and there is certainly something to the sentiment. Taken more literally, however, the quote could describe the abundance of theatre here on this teeny tiny […]