The Lebanon Community Theatre is pleased to announce its 2018 Season:
- You’re A Good Man, Charlie Brown: Jan. 31 – Feb. 4
- The Diary of Anne Frank: Mar. 1-4, 8-11
- Broadway at the Barn: June 1 - 3
- Annie Get Your Gun: July 11-15, 18-22
- Disney's The Lion King Jr: Aug. 15 – 19
- Arsenic and Old Lace: Sept. 20-23, 27-30
- Little Shop of Horrors: Oct. 31 – Nov. 4, Nov. 8-11
- Charlotte’s Web: Dec. 6-9, 13-16
Individual ticket prices to each performance vary.
Thursday night performance Adults $20 Students $15
Weekend performances Adults $22 Students $18
Thursday night performance Adults $14 Students $10
Weekend performances Adults $16 Students $12
Broadway at the Barn (Fundraiser)
All shows $25 suggested donation
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Group ticket sales are available as “buy-outs” only.
A buy-out is when a special performance is scheduled for the organization requesting the buy-out and that organization has all 140 seats in the theatre. Buy-outs are usually available either on a Tuesday or Wednesday evening during a week of regularly scheduled performances.
The cost for a buy-out is $1200 for plays and $1800 for musicals.
Buy-outs are great for organizations that wish to give their employees a special night out and they also make great fundraisers (see below).
How does a buy-out work?
First you must contact the theatre and request a buy-out for a particular show. This should be done as far in advance as possible.
A 50% deposit is required when booking the buy-out, the remaining 50% is due before the performance.
Your group or organization can arrange to purchase food and beverages from our concession stand, or you can make arrangements to provide your own food and beverages. If your group provides its own, your are responsible for clean up.
The buy-out program can be used as a fundraiser. The only requirement is that the price charged for the tickets must be equal to or greater than the box office price the theatre charges its patrons. A total of 140 tickets may be sold for each performance.