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Come join us for an exciting class where you learn to sword fight for theater or film. This class is for beginners and will focus on the basics of theatrical swordfighting, which will then be adapted to film. Basics will be rooted in the same practices that are used in major motion films and Broadway. Students will learn techniques and tricks to ensure that there partners are safe and their performance looks real to the audience. This class is good for anyone who ever secretly wanted to be a pirate, as well, actors looking to boost their resumes to include combat fighting. The Barn is thrilled to have Chris Pytlak, a professional fight choreographer, who works in theaters in CT and NYC teaching the class. Chris has worked and trained with many stunt coordinators from Star Wars episode 2 and 3, Spartacus, Power Rangers, The Highlander, Underworld and many more. He is a member of the Society of American Fight Directors and Art of Combat and founder of NIFT Stage Combat Group.

First Session is Musical Theater: 9/16-10/7.
Let’s Dance – The Barn is now offering an expressive dance experience with our popular choreographer and dance teacher, Danyell Boucher. It is that time of year where fall musicals are starting and we are begining our season with a Musical Theater intensive. Whether you are in a musical, thinking about auditioning for a musical or just want to dance and have fun you are sure to have a blast!

Season 2: Episode 1 of Creating TV is starting September 17th!

Bring your creative visions to life with your very own TV show! Season TWO is here and will once again teach students all about TV production as they create their very own variety show. Under the guidance of television industry veteran Jessica Spinelli, participants learn to write, produce, direct and perform in front of the camera while having have hands-on experiences with studio and field equipment. From start to finish, students will be involved int the creation of several episodes of a show of their very own creation that will be aired on Madison’s Public Access Channel 19. Students from 5th through 8th grade from any town are welcome to sign up. The program runs most Mondays, 4:30 – 6:30pm, from September 17th to December 17th. There is a $125 participation fee, with financial assistance available to those in need. For more information,, 203-245-2689, or email: 

The Wizard of Oz!

This classic tale, in which a Kansas farm girl travels over therainbow to a discover the magical power of home, has been entertaining audiences for generations.

Stay tuned for more information on admission and show dates!!