Scrooged In Astoria

December 6th-22nd, 2019

Fridays and Saturdays at 7 pm

3 Sunday matinees (December 8th, 15th and 22nd) at 2 pm.

Tickets available at the door beginning one hour before performances. 

All performances at the ASOC Playhouse, 129 W. Bond Street in Uniontown, Astoria!

A Musical-Christmas-Melodrama for the whole family!

The Astor Street Opry Company is proud to announce its Holiday production of “Scrooged in Astoria”, written by local playwright, Judith P. Niland with original music by Philip Morill.

Stylized as a 1960’s style Holiday TV special, this show will take you through a magical tale of love, loss and renewal, loosely based on the “Christmas Carol” by Charles Dickens, but with characters straight out of the ASOC long running summer melodrama “Shanghaied in Astoria”. This show even has singing commercials written by ChrisLynn Taylor!

Scrooged In Astoria runs December 6th-22nd on Friday and Saturday nights with three 2 pm Sunday matinees on December 8th, 15th and 22nd. 

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The Astor Street Opry Company is proud to present: 

A Midsummer Night's Dream:The Musical

February 7-16, 2020

Adapted by Wade Bradford
With apologies to William Shakespeare
Music and Lyrics by Rachel Greenlee and Wade Bradford
Produced by special arrangement with Eldridge Publishing Co.

Whimsically adapted from Shakespeare's classic romantic comedy, "A Midsummer Night's Dream" features a magical forest, spellbound lovers, and an upstart Puck who decided to liven things up by modernizing the dialogue and adding song and dance numbers. This musical captures the wonder and romance of the original play.

6 Performances, Fridays and Saturdays at 7 pm, Sunday matinees at 2 pm, February 7-16. 

Tickets available at the door beginning one hour before performances.

All performances at the ASOC Playhouse, 129 W. Bond Street in Uniontown, Astoria!

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The Real Lewis and Clark Story,
or How The Finns Discovered Astoria

March 27 - April 19th, 2020

Fridays and Saturdays at 7 pm

2 pm Sunday matinees, April 5th and 19th, 2020

All performances at the ASOC Playhouse, 129 W. Bond Street in Uniontown, Astoria!

This historically accurate, family friendly, performance from the Astor Street Opry Company is based on a discovery in 2001 of an important pioneer journal uncovered in the Uniontown area of Astoria. Our story comes directly from the long lost journal of an original Clatsop County pioneer. Based on his true tale of adventure, struggle and fortune, ASOC turned his story into a piece of fine theatre stage craft that will work its way into your heart and memory. Come see as our cast of characters right out of the pages of history come alive through re-enactment, song, dance and bad jokes in this lost piece of socially significant melodrama. 


Behold the “REAL” story of how Astoria was FIRST discovered by two Finnish boys from the old country, “Minnesota” who with the help of their Mama (and sisters) save the day! Meet Captain Bobby Gray, Miss Jaynie Barnes, the Svenson Sisters, the Brave Indian Guide Sacagawea, the crew of the Corps of Discovery and a whole cast of colorful characters as we witness our courageous heroes forge their way with dedication and commitment from Saint Charles Missouri to the Oregon Pacific Coast battling the wilds of nature, evil villains and suffering great tragedy without ever losing their beer supplies! Watch with awe how they (well actually it was the women) come to the gallant rescue of Captains Meriwether Lewis & William Clark and the Corps of Discovery to reach the end of the Pacific Trail first and settle the city they name “ASTORIA” in honor of their relative, John Jacob Svenson-Astor.

Written by Judith P. Niland, with original music by Dr. Stanley Azen and Dr. Joyce C. Niland of Pasadena, California and Professor Philip Morrill of Astoria, Oregon.

Tickets available at the door one hour before performances. 

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