Remaining shows:

June 29 & 30 – 7pm, July 1 – 4pm

A note on Sunday’s heat: All audience seats are in the shade of large draping maples, and the altitude of Barnard (1500 ft) keeps things cooler than elsewhere.  While it will be warm (90 degrees at 4pm), we don’t anticipate it being particularly uncomfortable in the shade as the humidity is expected to be low.  Still concerned? We will exchange tickets by request through our contact page.

It Can’t Happen Here

Directed by Maureen Hennigan
Aaron Michael Hodge
Abigail Bower
Alexis Taylor-Young
Amy Leavitt
Brendan Schwartz
Christian Coffman
D. Gene Kraus
Daniel Patterson
Erin Bennett
Jeff Tolbert
Larry Fuller
Lindy MacDonald
Marlena Farinas
Natalie Willow Carr
Peter Mendes
Quanah Tokarski
Tom Beck
Yael Taylor
Outdoors at Feast& Field
1544 Royalton Tpk, Barnard, VT

Remaining shows:

Sat 23rd show is canceled due to bad weather.  Saturday ticket holders may attend any other show (June 29, 30 @ 7pm or July 1 @ 4pm) or obtain a refund.  Go to our contact page if you want a refund.  Tickets will be honored at the door of any other show.

Final Weekend: June 29 & 30  7pm,  July 1  4pm

Tickets: $20 Adults, $15 Students

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**Shows will be canceled due to rain, but tickets from canceled show will be good at any other performance, or a refund will be available.

Provided chairs will be placed for audience seating in the stage area, but picnicking on the farm is encourage before the show.  Fable Farm will have drinks for sale at Fri & Sat shows.

It Can’t Happen Here

A cautionary dark satire about the fragility of democracy and how fascism can take hold even in the land of liberty.

It Can’t Happen Here follows the ascent of a demagogue who becomes president of the United States after fomenting fear and promising drastic economic and social reforms while promoting a return to patriotism and “traditional” values. Witnessing the new president’s tyranny from the sidelines is a liberal, middle-class newspaper editor from Vermont who trusts the system will fix itself—until he ends up in a prison camp. Sinclair Lewis’ eerily prescient 1935 novel gets a fresh update in this adaptation that examines what brings a citizenry to the point of sacrificing its own freedom and how a courageous few can prevail to overcome the fall.