Amish Acres Musical Theatre
The Round Barn Theatre at Amish Acres offers guests a unique setting for state-of-the-art shows while featuring several talented cast members and exceptional storylines.
Appropriate for All Ages
Both Cameras and Video Cameras are Permitted
Restaurant and Gift Shop On-site
The 1911 recreated barn has produced over one hundred Broadway musicals since its construction. Though it is listed under the National Historic Register and is considered a historical site, the theatre has garnered far more attention for its theatrical successes.
With a scenic shop, costume area and rehearsal space, on-staff stage managers, technical staff, directors and set designers, the theatre is a full performing arts venue. Each season, guests can choose between several different shows that are sure to entertain, so be sure to check the schedule for show times and descriptions.
The Round Barn Theatre is acknowledged as the home of “Plain and Fancy,” a show that is now in its 26th season. The show features authentic sets and costumes, cast from all over the US, and English Strand lighting. With its Amish subject matter, the show fits naturally into the Amish Acres setting.
Experience a brilliant show performed by talented actors in a one-of-a-kind, state-of-the-art theatre, only at the Round Barn Theatre at Amish Acres.
|Plain and Fancy|
|Available Now until 9/28/2016 View Detailed Schedule|
|This popular play helped to make Amish Acres' Round Barn Theater famous. You will watch as a New York native and his girlfriend visit Pennsylvania Dutch Country where they meet up with some Amish characters. This "clash of cultures" is great for entertainment and education.|
|Fiddler on the Roof|
|Available Now until 10/16/2016 View Detailed Schedule|
|Fiddler on the Roof is one of the most popular plays in the world. With humor and fantastic music, this performance is sure to delight all ages.|
|The Miracle Worker|
|Available 10/19/2016 until 11/6/2016 View Detailed Schedule|
|The Miracle Worker follows the story of Annie Sullivan and Helen Keller. This inspiring story premiered on Broadway in 1959 and remains a fantastic showcase for the entire family.|