65th Anniv. Show HARVEY 10/23 & 10/24
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Posted by Hannah Nash (+2495) 4 years ago
Barn Players, Inc. of Miles City are proud to present our...

65th Anniversary Show
HARVEY

Friday, October 23rd, 7:00pm
Saturday, October 24th, 2:00pm & 7:00pm
CCDHS Auditorium



The Barn is pleased to bring the Pulitzer prize-winning HARVEY script to the stage. HARVEY is the story of Elwood P Dowd, an affable man who has an imaginary friend by the name of Harvey. Harvey is a six foot three and one half inch tall…rabbit. Elwood’s social-climbing sister Veta is so embarrassed by Elwood’s behavior that she decides to have him committed for lunacy. In her attempt to do so she lets it slip that she can also see Harvey, which gets her committed instead of Elwood, a comedy of errors ensues.

Directed by Barn Veterans Katie Keith and Bert Pezzarossi, HARVEY is a classic stage show perfect in any era.

For special seating arrangements and accommodations, please call/text 406-951-0560.

That you for supporting the Barn Players, Inc amateur theatre in Eastern Montana for the past 65 years!
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Posted by Hannah Nash (+2495) 4 years ago
Barn Players, Inc is running a contest until 7:00pm on Monday, October 19th to win two complimentary passes to HARVEY, and we want to include our MilesCity.com fans!

Comment below to be automatically entered into the contest!

You can enter 3 more times by Liking, Sharing, and Commenting on our Facebook Post https://www.facebook.com/BarnPlayersInc.

Happy 65th Anniversary, Barn Players!
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Posted by Amorette Allison (+9729) 4 years ago
Who did the portrait?
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Posted by Hannah Nash (+2495) 4 years ago
One of the Directors did the photography... recognize the actor??
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Posted by Amorette Allison (+9729) 4 years ago
Saw the dress rehearsal last night and "Harvey" stands the test of time. You can't go wrong with a six foot eight and one half inch tall white rabbit. I still laugh out loud and I know the jokes!
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Posted by Stan Wheeler (+1176) 4 years ago
This sounds great! Hope we get to go.
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