1000 E 9th St, Ste 225Kansas City , MO , 64106
Phone: 913-432-910039° 6' 11.9916" N, 94° 34' 14.2464" W
The Barn Players Community Theatre
The Barn Players Theater was founded in 1955 by Earl Altaire, a prominent Kansas City interior designer and theater devotee. He personally guided the renovation of a large barn at the Woolf Farm near 83rd and Mission Road, turning it into a comfortable theater seating 225 people. The old barn had once been the home of Larwin, winner of the 1938 Kentucky Derby. From 1955 to 1971, it was to be the home of the Barn Players.