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The entrance to Celebration Barn in South Paris, Maine is charming and inviting.
Here is the scoop of this lovely treasure in the mountains of Maine.
“Celebration Barn Theater is an international residential center for creating and presenting original theater. Dedicated to growing a creative community, both locally and within the larger national and international performing arts field, the Barn fuels the development of new theater that is crafted, innovative, and wildly alive. Founded in 1972 on a farm in South Paris, Maine, Celebration Barn was born out of internationally acclaimed mime artist Tony Montanaro’s drive to encourage people to create their own original theater. Now in its 42nd season. Celebration Barn is world renowned for generating diverse and uniquely personal physical theater.”
He has designed over 100 interactive performance experiences for entertainment, simulation and research.
Interviewed at the Celebration Barn in S. Paris, Maine. Jeff was conducting a workshop titled 'Interactive Performance'. In this interview he discusses the discipline and applications of it in theatre.
Along a intimate gravel road you find the sign ‘Celebration Barn Theater’ and as you approach you see the building that has been the ‘home’ for many physical theater artists and where some learned and honed their skills.
Fritz Grobe talks about his experiences at Celebration Barn and what is being produced now in workshops and performances. Founded in 1972 by mime artist Tony Montenaro, The Celebration Barn has become a lab for physical comedy, commedia-dell-arte, juggling, circus skills, improv and other related performing arts disciplines.