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Show Schedule
Tickets Info

A Modern Christmas Carol

Adapted from Charles Dickens by Richard Rose, with original music by Nicholas Piper

This adaptation sets the familiar story in our own backyard. Mr. S is the CEO of MS Enterprises, a multinational high-tech corporation that makes ‘everything Christmas.’ He has decided to shut down his manufacturing plant and ship the jobs overseas, until he receives a late-night visit from an old friend who takes him on an incredible journey. It’s a Christmas story just as heartwarming as the original.

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Opens Nov 21

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January Jams 2015

Abingdon Music Experience

Friday, January 9, 2015
Jill Andrews, Opening – Dom Flemons Trio
$22 per ticket
$58 weekend pass

Saturday, January 10, 2015
David Bromberg Quintet with Scott Miller
$40 per ticket
$58 weekend pass
 



Friday, January 16, 2015
Heritage Blues Orchestra with Holy Ghost Tent Revival
$30 per ticket
$68 weekend pass

Saturday, January 17, 2015
The Blind Boys of Alabama with Jarekus Singleton
$42 per ticket
$68 weekend pass
 



Friday, January 23, 2015
Ben Sollee & Special Guest David Wax Museum with Cereus Bright
$30 per ticket
$49 weekend pass

Saturday, January 24, 2015
Greensky Bluegrass with The Last Bison
$24 per ticket
$49 weekend pass



Thursday, January 29, 2015
Mavis Staple with Cody ChesnuTT
$49

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Opens Jan 9

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The Road to Appomattox

by Catherine Bush

It’s 150 years ago and General Robert E. Lee is fleeing Richmond, hoping to rearm the Army of Northern Virginia and mount a campaign to retake Richmond. It’s also 2015 and Steve “Beau” Weeks decides to retrace the steps of Lee’s army in hopes of finding his roots through his family’s history. But will this confrontation with history bring renewal or will it end his marriage to Jenny? 

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Opens Feb 5

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Anything Goes

Music and Lyrics By Cole Porter; Book by Guy Bolton, P.G. Wodehouse, Howard Lindsay and Russell Crouse

Cole Porter’s first-class musical comedy is the story of two unlikely pairs who set off on the course to true love, proving that sometimes destiny needs a little help from some unlikely characters. Featuring some of the greatest music written for the stage including “I Get A Kick Out Of You,” “You’re The Top,” and the title song, “Anything Goes.

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Opens Feb 14

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The Miracle Worker

by William Gibson

Profoundly moving, it’s the true story of Annie Sullivan – the “Giver of Light”- and her blind and mute student, Helen Keller. Only Annie realizes that a mind and spirit are waiting to be rescued from her dark, tortured silence. Annie’s success with Helen finally comes with the utterance of a single, glorious word: “water.”

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Opens Feb 26

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Love, Sex and the IRS

A comedy by William Van Zandt & Jane Milmore

Twists of fate, mistaken identities and a whole host of hilarious wit fill the story of  Jon Trachtman and Leslie Arthur, two out-of-work musicians sharing an apartment. To save money, Jon has been filing tax returns listing the pair as married. The day of reckoning arrives when the I.R.S. informs them that they are being investigated. 

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Opens Mar 5

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The Gnome

A world premiere, by Isaac Rathbone

A story of family, wishes, greed, magic, snow and department stores: Barry works at All-Mart and lives with this brother, the cop, and secretly desires his brother’s wife, Yvonne. Needless to say, things are not going well for Barry; when suddenly, appearing from the melting snow of winter is a Gnome, whose magical powers transform everyone’s life, but not without consequences.

Winner of Barter's 2014 Appalachian Festival of Plays and Playwrights

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Opens Mar 13

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The Starving

A world premiere by David L. Williams

From Barter’s Shaping of America Series comes the critics’ selection of Barter’s 2013 Appalachian Festival of Plays and Playwrights. It’s the not-so-distant future and massive food shortages have led to the unthinkable: the young have risen up against the old, and society has split along generational lines. Two representatives have been chosen to negotiate, and the fate of humanity is in their hands.

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Opens Apr 21

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Stonewall Country at Main Stage

Featuring Robin & Linda Williams from "A Prairie Home Companion"

Featuring Robin & Linda Williams from “A Prairie Home Companion”

Created and Conceived by Don Baker, Book by Don Baker Music and Lyrics by Linda and Robin Williams

Additional Lyrics by Don Baker, Margaret Junkin Preston, and Jerome Clark

Civil War buffs and novices alike will enjoy this irreverent story chronicling the life of Stonewall Jackson, who at once was a bold strategist filled with biblical zeal and at the same time an ordinary man with human flaws and idiosyncrasies. 

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Opens Apr 23

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Mary's Wedding

by Stephen Massicotte

It’s the evening of Mary’s wedding, a night filled with dreams: dreams of love, dreams of war and dreams of what might be. When Mary and Charlie, filled with the passion, vulnerability and impulsiveness of youth, unexpectedly find one another sheltering in a barn during a thunderstorm, a tentative love is born.

 

 

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Opens May 16

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Mary Poppins

Based on the stories of P.L. Travers and the Walt Disney Film; Original Music and Lyrics by Richard M. Sherman and Robert B. Sherman, Book by Julian Fellowes

It’s Barter’s big summer musical! Bring your whole family!

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Opens May 23

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Southern Fried Nuptials

By Osborne and Eppler

The only thing funnier than a Southern funeral is a Southern wedding! The charmingly funny Frye family is back and this time they are going to get married. Or maybe not? The engagement of Attie VanLeer and Harline Frye has been on again, off again more times than a drunken frat boy on a mechanical bull. Now half the town has been invited, the dress has been fitted, the flowers have been ordered and the gifts are piling up in the living room. Will they or won’t they? You’ll have to find out in this hysterical hit comedy from the authors of Southern Fried Funeral.

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Opens Jun 4

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The Marvelous Wonderettes

Written and created by Roger Bean

With classic pop music from the 50s and 60s, this smash hit musical takes you to the 1958 Springfield High School prom where we meet The Wonderettes, four girls with hopes and dreams as big as their crinoline skirts! We experience their lives and loves, while treated to the performance of such classic songs as “Lollipop,” “Dream Lover,” “Stupid Cupid,” “Lipstick on Your Collar,” “Hold Me, Thrill Me, Kiss Me,” “It’s My Party” and more than 20 other classic hits! A must-take musical trip down memory lane! “The fun never stops!”Associated Press

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Opens Jun 11

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The Understudy

by Theresa Rebeck

A story with a dazzling and humanistic look at people trying to do what they love in the face of obstacles that mount until all anyone can do is dance. A play about the trials of living and a comic journey—which becomes a lesson in profound, stark truths. “A touch of magic.” – Baltimore Sun, “In a word…terrific.” – Post-Examiner, “A guilty pleasure, mind-bending comedy.” – DC Theatre Scene

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Opens Jul 1

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Confessions of a LIAR

The Critics’ Choice of Barter’s 2014 Appalachian Festival of Plays and Playwrights

A world premiere Appalachian play by David Brian Colbert

There are lies we tell ourselves, and lies we tell others—just to make it through the day. In walks one such convincing and compelling liar: Coal. Four people – all Coal – spin this moving Southern yarn of a hard-knock childhood in a sleepy mining town. Together, they tell the daring tale that they have never been able to share before, and their wild story becomes homage to the delicate art of lying.

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Opens Sep 3

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The Three Musketeers

A world premiere adaptation by Catherine Bush from the novel by Alexandre Dumas

A story of double crossing, kidnappings and carefully guarded secrets with lavish sword fights and sweeping romance, set in a time when honor and love ruled the world.

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Opens Sep 12

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The Doyle and Debbie Show

Side-splitting & rollicking—the perfect blend of comedy & country music

By Bruce Arnston

Country music’s hardest working duo is back. Doyle Mayfield, a once beloved country star has found his newest star (who he met last month at the VFW), Debbie #3. This hilarious country music spoof has audiences raving from Nashville to Chicago to the Conan O’Brien show. When your side isn’t hurting from laughing,  you’ll be dancing in the aisles to songs like “Stock Car Love,” “ Barefoot and Pregnant,” and “Fat Women in Trailers.” The Chicago Tribune calls it, “Brilliant! Drop-dead funny!” 

You’ll want to see it more than once.

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Opens Sep 22

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Curtains

A murder mystery musical comedy!

Book by Rupert Holmes, Original book and concept by Peter Stone,

Music by John Kander, Lyrics by Fred Ebb,  Additional lyrics by John Kander and Rupert Holmes

It’s the opening night of a new musical that could be on its way to being the next Broadway smash, when its talentless leading lady dies on opening night during her curtain call. The entire cast and crew are suspects. Enter Lt. Frank Cioffi, who has a secret affinity for musical theatre, to investigate. Will the lure of the theatre and his desire to save this failing musical, along with an unexpected blooming romance, keep him from discovering the murderer?  Can he salvage the show, catch the killer, and get the girl without getting killed himself? CURTAINS will have you on the edge of your seat—laughing—and rooting for Lt. Cioffi to succeed!

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Opens Sep 25

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I'll Be Back Before Midnight

A comedy thriller by Peter Colley

Jan has recently had a nervous breakdown. Her husband Greg has rented an old farmhouse in the country where she can recover. Is the farmhouse haunted? Is she having another breakdown? Is someone trying to drive her mad? When she tries to defend herself from this apparition, events take unexpected twists and turns in a night of unimaginable suspense. “Scream, laugh, scream again and hang on to your seats!” – Kansas City Star

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Opens Oct 3

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Student Matinees

Student Matinees

Our Student Matinee Program features Barter Theatre’s Resident Acting Company in world-class plays and musicals chosen especially for students. The Barter Players also perform shows especially for students at Barter or at your school when they tour during part of the year.

Student Matinees and The Barter Players productions are built to go hand-in-hand with school testing curriculum requirements, and we offer free, downloadable study guides, which include questions, activities and vocabulary to help prepare your students for the show. Material correlates with specific state testing curricula.

 

Student Matinee Sponsor:

Student Matinees Right Side

To find out information about any of these programs and to book your student group's reservations today, contact Group Sales.
Special rates for student groups are available!
276.619.5406
groups@bartertheatre.com

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Passbooks & Packages

2015 Discount Season PassBooks Are On Sale Now

Click here to purchase PassBooks

Barter’s Season PassBooks are the best way for you to see more theatre for less! Barter offers a variety of passes that will fit with your lifestyle.

Porterfield Pass $249 (price goes to $269 on January 1)

The theatre lovers dream! Receive one admission to all 7 Barter Main Stage shows, plus four admissions to any show at Barter Stage II and a floating ticket good for Barter Main Stage, Stage II or The Tent! A total of 12 admissions. 

Anytime Pass $179 (price goes to $199 on January 1)

Perfect for folks with a busy schedule, the Anytime PassBook offers 6 tickets good for any show at all three Barter venues in 2015 (Main Stage, Barter Stage II and The Tent).

Value Pass $99 (price goes to $109 on January 1)

Four admissions to any show at all three Barter venues in 2015 (Main Stage, Barter Stage II and The Tent). Excludes Fridays and Saturday evening performances

Earlybird Pass $129 (price goes to $149 on January 1)

With an Earlybird PassBook, you will be among the first to see the show! Receive 6 admissions good for all three Barter venues in 2015 (Main Stage, Barter Stage II and The Tent); valid ONLY for the first 12 performances of each production

Season Tickets (except for show-specific tickets in the Porterfield PassBook) can also be used for the mini-productions during Barter Theatre’s Appalachian Festival of Plays and Playwrights

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PACKAGES

Barter Theatre offers packages to fit the experience you desire! We offer dining, lodging and special event packaging. Find out more below and contact our Box Office to order your package or for more information at

(276) 628-3991.
boxoffice@bartertheatre.com

The Sweet Deal - $85

  • 2 Tickets to a Barter Theatre production
  • 2 Gourmet Desserts at Bob's at Barter (now offering specialty desserts from Anthony's Desserts)
  • 2 Specialty Coffees

The Whole Shebang - $100

  • 2 Tickets to a Barter Theatre production
  • 2 Meals at Bob's at Barter
  • 2 Gourmet Desserts (now offering specialty desserts from Anthony's Desserts)
  • 2 Specialty Coffees

Special Occasion - $165

  • 2 Tickets to a Barter Theatre production
  • A Three-Course Dinner for 2 at The Martha Washington Hotel & Spa

Stay & Play - $185

  • 2 Tickets to a Barter Theatre production
  • Accommodations for 2 at Holiday Inn Express, Abingdon

Appalachian Arts Package - Two Choices!

  • 2 Tickets to a Barter Theatre production
  • Accommodations for 2 at Comfort Inn (standard room $190) or Comfort Suites (hotel suite with indoor pool $210)
  • Lunch at Heartwood, Southwest Virginia's Artisan Gateway

The Martha Washington Overnight & Dinner Package - $445 (Sun.—Thurs.) $495 (Fri.—Sat.)

  • Superior accommodations for one evening, three course dinner for two in Sisters American Grill, two Barter Theatre tickets, and Breakfast for two.

The Bike and Barter - $510

Offer available May—November, although the package can be booked anytime.

  • 2 Tickets to a Barter Theatre production
  • 2 nights at the Damascus Old Mill Restarant and Inn - a century old grist mill - plus 2 dinners on the outdoor deck overlooking a 200' wide waterfall
  • 2 bike rentals and shuttle to Whitetop from Adventure Damascus
  • 2 specialtiy coffees from MoJoe's Trailside Coffeehouse
  • 1 free gift from Holston Mountain Artisans in Abingdon. Offer based on availability, room & deck reservations required -tax included

Planning On Bringing a Big Group?

We are happy to accomodate your dining and entertainment needs at Bob's at Barter.
Please feel free to Download a menu, and take a look at our group specials page.
Please contact our group sales manager for booking.

Group Sales
276-619-5406


Appalachian Festival of Plays and Playwrights

Barter's Appalachian Festival of Plays and Playwrights (AFPP)

2015 Submission Deadline: March 2, 2015

This annual festival celebrates the richness of the Appalachian tradition by showcasing the stories of the region, both past and present, and the inspiration it provides the writers who live here.

Since 1933, Barter Theatre has been developing new works and nurturing area talent. The AFPP has gained national attention by developing a process that has resulted in new plays being produced not only on one of Barter’s two stages, but in regional theatres across the country.

Keep on the Sunny Side, by Douglas Pote, first read at the AFPP in 2001, went on to a full production on both of Barter’s two stages before touring to 23 states in 2004-05.  Enjoyed by more than 100,000 people, this poignant love story about A.P. and Sara Carter has been produced by theatres throughout the country. Black Pearl Sings by Frank Higgins, was first read and developed in 2006 at the AFPP and, in 2010, was listed as one of the most produced plays of that year by TCG.

Project Outline

Barter’s Appalachian Festival of Plays and Playwrights is actively planned and organized throughout the year. 

Here's what happens: A brief rehearsal process (six hours/play) takes place in June with an emphasis placed on clarity, not effect—getting the playwrights words and story out to the audience. The plays are read by members of Barter’s Resident Acting Company.

Following each public reading there are audience and artist discussions about the play, led by Richard Rose, Producing Artistic Director, and a panel made up of local and regional theatre professionals. The reading and discussion is an invaluable tool to a playwright seeking to discover what’s working in the play and what needs work. Over the years, the AFPP has developed an audience who love to be a part of the process of helping playwrights develop their work. This process works because the playwright has a chance to hear from the very people who will eventually be buying tickets to their play!

Play Submission Guidelines:

  • Plays must be written by an Appalachian playwright (currently living in the Appalachian Mountains which, for our purposes, run from New York to Alabama) OR the plays must be set in the Appalachian region.
  • Plays must be unpublished and must not have had a full professional production .
  • Full length plays are preferred.

Now Accepting Email Submissions!

To submit your play electronically, please send a PDF of the script along with contact info and a brief synopsis of the play to:  apfestival@bartertheatre.com

To submit your play by mail:  Please submit the full script in a three-brad folder or unbound, along with your contact info (please include email and phone) and a brief synopsis of the play.  Plays will not be returned.  Plays may be submitted to this address:

Appalachian Festival of Plays and Playwrights
c/o Barter Theatre
PO Box 867
Abingdon, VA, 24212

Deadline for Submissions: March 2, 2015

The 2015 AFPP readings will take place August 20-23rd, 2015. All playwrights who submit will be notified in early June as to whether or not their play has been selected for reading.

The playwrights of the selected plays will each receive $250 plus transportation and housing so that they may attend their reading.

For more information, contact:
Nicholas Piper, Director
Barter’s Appalachian Festival of Plays and Playwrights
P.O. Box 867, Abingdon, VA 24212
276-619-3316
apfestival@bartertheatre.com



Special Events

Special Promotions

$22 Tuesdays

For any Tuesday, any performance, you can purchase a ticket for up to half off. Any Tuesday, any performance, just $22.

Regular ticket prices range from $28-$44.  We want to ensure anyone can see enjoy, professional theatre. Just call our box office to make your reservations. (276) 628-3991 Plus, there is no limit to amount of tickets one can purchase!

Barter Nights

Barter Theatre celebrates its heritage by inviting patrons to bring non-perishable food items to exchange for theatre tickets. All food collected will be donated to Feeding America: Southwest Virginia. Limited tickets are available. We will begin collecting food at the times listed below, and tickets will be handed out on a first come first served basis. 

June 10 at 7:30pm, Main Stage The Wizard of Oz

June 12 at 7:30, Stage II Hollywood Confidential 

June 14 at 10am, Stage II The Barter Players Bridge to Terabithia 

A few times a year, Barter holds Barter Nights in the celebration of the history of Barter and to assist Feeding America Southwest Virginia. This organization needs everyone’s help. Rally up your friends, bring what you can, and enjoy a Barter production as a bonus. Even if you cannot attend the show, all donations are still welcome. If you are unable to attend Barter Night, Feeding Amercia Southwest Virginia is always happy to accept donations.

As many people already know, Barter Theatre got its name through the practice of bartering. Robert Porterfield brought a team of actors to Abingdon during the Great Depression. These actors were starving in New York while the farming people of Southwestern Virginia had an abundance of food they could not sell.

So, Porterfield gave these Virginians something valuable to spend their spoiling vegetables on—a good laugh. Now you can experience part of the rich history of Barter Theatre by bartering your own admission. More importantly, you can help your community For more information on how you can donate food to Feeding America Southwest Virginia, call 276.628.9266.

Pay What You Can Performances

The first performance of each production patrons may do just that, pay what you can for admission. Sorry, reservations cannot be made when using this promotion. Minimum payment amount is $1. 

I Do, I Do, I Do • February 27

The Dryad: An Appalachian Tale • March 8

Educating Rita • May 11

The Wizard of Oz • May 17

Welcome Back to Ivy • May 29

Hollywood Confidential • June 5

A Facility for Living • June 18

Ring of Fire: The Story of Johnny Cash • August 15

Driving Miss Daisy • August 29

My Fair Lady • September 13

Sherlock Holmes and the Hound of the Baskervilles • September 25 at 2:00pm

Wash, Rinse, Spin Dry • September 21 at 3:00pm

A Modern Christmas Carol • November 21 at 8:00pm

Holiday Memories • November 25 at 7:30pm