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|About||For almost 75 years the Haybarn Theatre has been the site of many different conferences, performances and now its monthly Goddard College Concert series.|
The Haybarn Theatre was built in 1868 by the Martin Family and was one of the largest barns in Central Vermont. The Haybarn was originally used to store hay, grain and livestock. In 1938, when Goddard College purchased Greatwood Farm, they began the process of turning the farm buildings into academic and student spaces. The Haybarn was renovated in order to provide a space for the performing arts.
For 75 years, the Haybarn Theatre has been the site of many different conferences and performances, including artists such as Black Sabbath, King Crimson, Savoy Brown, Phish, William Macy, David Mamet, Bread and Puppet, and many others.
The Haybarn Theatre is a place where the local community and the College come together to enjoy and appreciate the arts. This long tradition continues to this day as the Haybarn hosts educational conferences, student and community performances and the ongoing Goddard College Concert Series.