OPENING JANUARY 19, 2018 FOR ONLY TWO WEEKENDS!

OPENING JANUARY 19, 2018 FOR ONLY TWO WEEKENDS!

Written by Jeffery Hatcher and Mitch Albom
Directed by Britni Alleman-DeLorenzi

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Performances are held in the Gathering Hall, open seating with beverage and snack bars available.

 

 

OFF Stage

First Friday Art Walk

November 3 from 5:15–7:00 p.m. featuring Dreamsickles

Dreamsickles nov 3 2017

Three seasoned musicians who were in the band for OTA’s 2014 production of “Summer of  Love”, stayed together and gigged from Chimicum to Port Angeles.  Their new venture – Dreamsickle,  whose driving beats draw from the 60’s to the present.

Stacy Hopkins, on bass and vocals, has been playing bluegrass and blues around the peninsula for 25 years. She is currently skating on the Port Scandalous Roller Derby team, along with day-gigging as a Bowenwork therapist at Natural Healing Clinic on Barr Rd.

Dr Rick Marschall, N.D. took up drums at 14 and has since become an accomplished keyboardist, guitarist, and vocalist, bringing a love of the Beatles to the ensemble. He operates the Natural Healing Clinic, practicing wellness consulting, nutritional counseling and prevention with 30 years of experience.

Richard Crowell holds down the lead guitar role with 50 years of noodling experience in various Since retiring as an executive chef in Arizona and relocating here in Sequim, he has been  jamming around and playing in numerous  musicals,  including “Little Shop of Horrors”  at OTA.

Sasha B played piano and flute as a youth and now brings an organic natural drum style and

vocals into the mix. She is now in-between opportunities in the restaurant trade. In her last job she acquired an affinity for sea urchins and octopi. The band may have to learn “Yellow Submarine” in order to fully enjoy the octopus garden experience.

Dreamsickle promises a fresh and creative trip back in time to an exciting rocking genre.

 

 

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STORY SLAM ‘Unexpected’ November 30 from 7:00–9:00 p.m.

story slam nov 30

 

OFF Stage (Olympic Theatre Arts First Friday) happens every month on the first Friday,

during the Sequim Art Walk. Featuring a wide variety of entertainers and entertainment,

it is always a fun evening here at OTA!


Olympic Theatre Arts Center is located at 414 N. Sequim Ave. If there is no Production on the Main Stage or in the Gathering Hall, Doors will open at 5:00 p.m., otherwise, see the posting above for an exact time. There is no charge for attendance. Refreshments, including beer, wine, and light snacks will be available for purchase.
For additional information contact the theatre box office, open 1–5 p.m., Monday–Friday, at (360) 683-7326.