Some articles on barn dinner theatre, barn, dinner:
... Howard Douglass Wolfe was an entrepreneur from Virginia who created the Barn Dinner Theatre franchise ... Each franchise featured his architectural barn designs, farm-themed decorations that included a plow and other tools, and Wolfe's elevator, which he patented as the "Magic Stage" ... During the franchise phase of The Barn, all the productions were staged at a studio in New York City, then sent out to the individual theaters ...
... Krystle invites Sable to dinner and their friendship continues to grow ... Krystle recognizes one of the caterers at her dinner party, Gibson, as the same man she sees coming out of the lake in her haunting nightmare ... Sable discovers Gibson left his knife in Sammy Jo's barn ...
Famous quotes containing the words theatre, barn and/or dinner:
“If an irreducible distinction between theatre and cinema does exist, it may be this: Theatre is confined to a logical or continuous use of space. Cinema ... has access to an alogical or discontinuous use of space.”
—Susan Sontag (b. 1933)
“Then when he saw it could hold no more,
Bishop Hatto, he made fast the door;
And while for mercy on Christ they call,
He set fire to the barn and burnt them all.”
—Robert Southey (17741843)
“The dinner even is only the parable of a dinner, commonly.”
—Henry David Thoreau (18171862)