I'm not going to barnstorm the platform any more, but I am glad you have corralled Howells.
2005, Marion Elizabeth Rodgers, Mencken: The American Iconoclast, page 109
It wasn't just the smell of perfumes that assailed his nose every time he entered a stuffy auditorium that he found unwelcome; it was the childish playwriting and barnstorm acting that was driving out the intelligent theatergoer and the production of less commercial plays.
2006, Ethan Wolff, Frommer's Irreverent Guide to Manhattan, page 242
Smaller bands play the clubs ..., while the more established acts barnstorm through New York's surfeit of midsize halls.