The Music Man has been postponed
James and the Giant Peach was a fan favorite that unfolded right before your eyes! We
are so grateful for every single person who helped pull this show
together and for each audience member in every seat for all 5 of our
Cast of Bart's Bards 2019 production of James and the Giant peach
Seussical was a smash hit as audiences enjoyed a journey to Whoville with The Cat in the Hat, Horton, JoJo, and all the Seussian gang. We hope that all five audiences enjoyed the show as much as we enjoyed putting it on!
Fiddler on the Roof was a very traditional smash hit! Thanks to all the cast and crew for their hard work; and of course, all five audiences, without whom, there would be no show. L'chaim!
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The Little Mermaid June 23-26, 2016
The Bards weighed anchor for a thrilling undersea adventure to the immense enjoyment of capacity audiences! Thanks, as always, to the hard-working cast, crew and production staff, and especially to all of you that attended, without whom this would not be possible!!
The Adventures of Tom Sawyer June 18-21, 2015
The Bards took an engaging trip down the Mississippi River to the thrill and enjoyment of all who came along for the ride! Thanks, as always, to the hard-working cast and crew and production staff, and especially to all of you that attended!!
Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat June 19-22, 2014
After a a hiatus, the Bards came charging back with Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, playing to enthusiastic houses glad to welcome the Bards back. Our thanks to all (cast, crew & staff) for their time and energy to put this delightful play on, and especially thanks to all of you who attended!!!
The Wizard of Oz June 23-26, 2011
The Wizard of Oz was a roaring success, playing to packed houses every night of its run. Our thanks to all (120+ cast, crew & staff) who worked so hard to put this play on, and especially to all of you who attended!!!
Bye Bye Birdie June 23-27, 2010
Bye Bye Birdie was a smashing success!! Thanks to all who attended. We hope you had as much fun watching the play as the cast and crew did putting it on!
Bye Bye Birdie Poster
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Bart's Bards is St. Bartholomew's amateur theatrical ministry. Its purpose is "to promote Christian fellowship through the performing arts." The group consists of a commission of parishioners and non-parishioners, with backgrounds in producing and directing plays. The Bards currently produce one big show a year, usually during the summer, and usually a musical. For information contact us at (513) 401-5737 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We encourage you to join us for worship if you are looking for a home church. Visit www.estbarts.org for location and mass times.
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