First Summer Playhouse


May 23. 2013 4:11PM

First Summer Playhouse - Tamworth, New Hampshire 







Intersection of Routes 113 and 113-A
Tamworth, NH

Marker Number: 90
Name and date established: Tamworth 1973

Description: Nearby stands "The Barnstormers" summer playhouse, the oldest in New Hampshire and one of the first in the nation. Opened in 1931, at one time the cast covered a weekly 80-mile circuit. Currently its performances are limited to this community. Founder of the theater was Francis Grover Cleveland, son of the 22nd president.

Location: Located at the junction of Routes 113 and 113-A.

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