Frost Heaves to Return to The Barnstormers Theatre for a Night of Fun!

Don’t Miss One of the Sell-Out Shows  of the Year in the Valley!

Frost Heaves returns to the The Barnstormers Theatre  on Saturday, May 26th, at 7:30 pm.
Reserved seat tickets go on sale in May, all seats $18.00.

Frost Heaves, the most under-appreciated town in New Hampshire, is home to Fred Marple and The Speed Bumps Band.
Home grown fun and music in a variety show that was voted “Best of New Hampshire.”

Last year, the show was a sellout – if you missed it then, don’t miss it this time. Or come again – it’s an all new show.  For a preview, visit Take a look for the complete frost heaves flyer!

Here is a sneak peek of more shows presented by The Barnstormers this summer!

July 10 – 14 – Big River – The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, book by William Hauptman and music and lyrics by Roger Miller. Based on Mark Twain’s classic 1884 novel, Big River has won Tony Awards for Best Musical, Best Book, and Best Score.

July 17 – 21 – Painting Churches, by Tina Howe. A funny and expressive portrait of an uppercrust Boston couple and their artist daughter navigating the rocky shores of old age.

July 24 – 28 – Leading Ladies, by Ken Ludwig. A gender-bending farce in which nephews turn out to be nieces, and desperate actors act desperately.

July 31 – Aug 4 – Witness for the Prosection, by Agatha Christie. Truth or betrayal? Love or lies? The mistress of suspense will keep you guessing until the end.

August 7 – 11 – Our Town, by Thornton Wilder. A masterful and poignant glimpse into the human experience. A true Barnstormers classic.

August 14 – 18 – It Had to Be You, by Renée Taylor and Joseph Bologna. In this screwball comedy, love conquers all, with a little help from subterfuge, hysteria, sex, and the weather.

August 21 – 25 – The Foreigner, by Larry Shue. Being a good listener is easy when you can’t speak the language. And oh, the things you might hear . . .

Aug 28 – Sept 1 – The Hound of the Baskervilles, by Steven Canny and John Nicholson. A new farcical adaptation, with 3
actors x 16 roles, this is NOT your parents’ Sherlock Holmes! 104 Main


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