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Final weekend to see ‘She Creatures’

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From page A9 | July 30, 2013 |

Barnyard Theatre’s summer mainstage production of “She Creatures,” by Sarah Saltwick, has three performances remaining at 8:30 p.m. Thursday, Friday and Saturday.

In this imaginative new play, the first woman, Pandora, awakens to life and opens her mysterious box. Mythical creatures emerge from its depths, and through the humorous and heartfelt stories of unicorns, mermaids, and dragons, Pandora learns what it is to be a human woman.

Tickets are $15 general and $12 students and seniors if purchased in advance at barnyardtheatre.org or by calling 530-574-1318. Tickets at the door at $18 general and $15 for students.

The performance was aided by a Kickstarter campaign that helped transform a working barn into a working theatre, building up a stage and bringing in lighting and sound equipment in the Historic Schmeiser Barn, as well as creating the unique costumes and set for “She Creatures.”

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