The theater holds only about 75 people in 3 rows. No bad seats. The acting is usually quite good, but sometimes the show subjects get a bit too eclectic for my taste.
It is usually a good community theatrical experience with supportive audiences, delightful acting in a very intimate "old barn" that used to have a leaky roof, was flooded once and keeps on ticking.
Tickets are inexpensive and generally available.
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