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HUZZAH!  The city fathers have determined that quarantine efforts have worked and the city can reopen.  To announce the return to normal life, Queen Elizabeth has summoned the Lord Chamberlain’s Men, her chartered company of actors led by Master William Shakespeare to present a command performance to signal the opening of the theaters again.

Revelers (who are invited to come to the faire in medieval or renaissance garb) will be welcomed to a merry faire ground with diverse entertainments including juggler, minstrels, games and vendors of various period wares.  Patrons can relax in the outdoor “pub” and enjoy at glass of beer or wine or partake of some fine food ranging from modern treats to historic culinary fare.   At 1:30pm, Queen Elizabeth will arrive with much pomp and ceremony and then the presentation of royal scenes by The Lord Chamberlain’s Men will commence.

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The 2021-2022 Season is here!

Season Subscriptions and Memberships available now!

OTA season subscriptions offer the best way for patrons to reserve seats early and are available now! We’re also revamping our membership concept this year, adding invites to early script readings, select rehearsals and other open house style opportunities. We’d like OTA members to feel more involved in the theatre, so we’re looking for more ways to get them ‘behind the curtain’. Membership is ownership at OTA, and we’d like our members to really know what they’re investing in.

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A season of live theatre featuring comedy, drama and music applauding the strength of the human spirit:

A Facility for Living

a comedy by Katie Forgette September 30 – October 17

“When life is too grave to take seriously.” A retired actor moves into a prison-turned-elder-care facility shortly after the demise of Medicare and discovers a community of lovable, irascible inmates hell-bent on bucking the dehumanizing system in which they have landed.

A Christmas Carol: A Live Radio Play

adapted by Joe Landry December 2 – 19

“A single night can change everything.” We return to the timeless Dickens classic told from the set of a 1940’s radio broadcast! Relive your favorite holiday ghostly tale that reminds us how kindness and compassion make all the difference.

Angel Street (Gaslight)

a drama by Patrick Hamilton February 10 – 27

“Heed the flickering light. Do you see the light flickering?” This Victorian thriller tells the story of a young wife whose fragile mental state hangs in the balance between her potentially dangerous husband and an eccentric detective claiming to have all the answers.

Heroes vs. Villains: A Musical Revue

curated by OTA April 14 – May 1

“The good, the evil, and the music of it all!” In this musical revue OTA presents the best of heroes and the worst of villains in an all-out musical extravaganza.

The Cover of Life

a comedy/drama by R.T. Robinson June 9 – 26

“Kindling courage in the darkest hours.” In 1943, three young wives are keeping the home fires burning while the men are off to war. The local story attracts the attention of Life Magazine.  The Cover of Life is a deeply affecting story about the struggle for self worth, filled with Southern charm and poignant humor. 


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Our mission: entertaining, educating, and inspiring community involvement through experiences in the arts.

 

Video showcases!

Screen Shot 2020-05-23 at 2.10.58 PMThanks to the efforts of our thespian community and feedback from YOU, our patrons and supporters, we are building a collection of videos representing OTA’s work, both past and present. You can watch wonderfully submitted Shakespearean monologues HERE, production design videos HERE, and testimonials HERE.

This video collection is growing, so come back for more when you can!

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