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Writing Workshop Registration

The Barn Theatre is excited to host Theatre Arts 101 Workshops
coming March and April 2021

Dramatic Writing
Learn - Create!


 Radio Theatre at The Barn Theatre!

An Audio Series of

The Shadow:  The Blind Beggar Dies
The Isle of Fear
The Ghost Walks Again

find the audio recordings on the "Tickets page

A Video Series of:

 Fibber McGee and Molly:  Fibber Learns to Play Piano
   Fibber Puts on A Happy Face
 The Census Enumerator

  find the video recordings on the "Tickets" page

We have been closed since mid March and miss doing theater.  Having a cast in the building for a short time to produce radio was a great!  The Barn Theatre has been a long standing west-central Minnesota theater producing live theater for many in the area - we hope to be able to give you more as soon as restrictions are lifted and we can open our doors.

Our online donation ability is in transition at the moment-
please consider sending a payment to
The Barn Theatre 321 4th ST SW, Willmar, MN  56201

Please consider a donation to The Barn Theatre!

We appreciate each and every supporter as we strive to support each and every local artist,
talent and patron of our community theater.


The Barn Theatre Covid Response

The mission of The Barn Theatre is to provide affordable,
quality performing arts to west-central Minnesota.  The Barn Theatre promotes community involvement,
affords opportunities for personal growth for its volunteers ,displays and develops
artistic talent, and provides community leadership for the fine arts.

Due to restrictions we are currently closed. 
If you would like to rent costumes or props we are availlable by appointment. 
Please call 320.235.9500 or email business@thebarntheatre.com to make arrangements.

The Barn Theatre regular business hours are Monday - Friday 10am - 4pm except for Holidays.

         This activity is made possible by the voters of Minnesota
through a Minnesota State Arts Board Operating Support grant,
thanks to a legislative appropriation from the arts and acultural heritage fund.

   This activity is funded in part by a grant from the
Southwest Minnesota Arts Council, through an appropriation from the MN state legislature with money from the state's general fund. 


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