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Address: Spring Garden Mill in Tyler State Park, oute 332, 1440 Newtown-Richboro Road, Newtown, PA
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+1 215-860-0818

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Community Theater from May to October

We thoroughly enjoy coming here. The Langhorne players perform in an old historical Grist Mill. Seeing a show here is an intimate experience. I think the theater has about 56... read more

Reviewed 23 December 2014
Kathmandu, Nepal
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Kathmandu, Nepal
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Reviewed 23 December 2014

We thoroughly enjoy coming here. The Langhorne players perform in an old historical Grist Mill. Seeing a show here is an intimate experience. I think the theater has about 56 seats. it is a local theater with dedicated volunteers that work hard to put on quality productions from May to October. The sets are usually marvelous. Tickets are about $14... More 

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holland, pa
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Reviewed 29 July 2013

The theater holds only about 75 people in 3 rows. No bad seats. The acting is usually quite good, but sometimes the show subjects get a bit too eclectic for my taste. It is usually a good community theatrical experience with supportive audiences, delightful acting in a very intimate "old barn" that used to have a leaky roof, was flooded... More 

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Newtown, Pennsylvania
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Reviewed 7 May 2013

If you haven't seen a Langhorne Players' production at the historic Spring Garden Mill, come prepared for a unique experience. The Mill, which is part of Tyler State Park, was originally built in 1819, and has been renovated numerous times. Because of its age and historical character, molding and maintaining it for theatrical use has been a continual work-in-progress ever... More 

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Bensalem, Pennsylvania
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Reviewed 21 April 2013

Langhorne Players Theater Group have a 60+ year history of providing Bucks County residents with outstanding productions of both mainstream and experimental plays. The venue is a renovated Mill in the heart of Tyler Park. The theater is small and "rustic", but comfortable. The productions feature excellent direction, staging, sets, and costuming. The acting is almost always highly professional and... More 

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New York City, New York
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Reviewed 17 December 2012

Rickety run-down facility hosting low-budget community theatre plays only (the facility cannot physically support musical productions) with low production values but decent actors in seldom-produced plays.

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