Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat

Lyrics by Tim Rice
Music by Andrew Lloyd Webber

SEPTEMBER 6 - 30, 2018

The beloved musical celebrates its 50th anniversary! This humorous reimagining of the Biblical story of Joseph and his coat of many colors takes him from trials and tribulations to triumph. After his jealous brothers sell him into slavery in Egypt, poor Joseph is unjustly imprisoned. But when his gift of interpreting dreams saves the land from famine, it also miraculously reunites him with his longlost family. The catchy pop score by Andrew Lloyd Webber features songs like “Any Dream Will Do” and a variety of musical styles from country to calypso, disco to rock. It’s an amazing Technicolor dream of a family-friendly show!

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The Beloved Dearly

By Doug Cooney

October 5 - 14

Twelve-year-old Ernie is always looking for a fast buck. This time, the middle school tycoon stumbles onto a money making bonanza: pet funerals for kids.  He hires Dusty to decorate the burial boxes and Tony to dig the holes, but his prize find is a tomboy named Swimming Pool, who delivers a crying jag not to be missed. Business goes through the roof – until Ernie loses Swimming Pool over a raise and the whole venture unravels. It’s only after his own pet departs for the canine hereafter that Ernie realizes just how much more there is to life (and death) than making money. This is a special comedy about business, friendship, loss, and how we learn to express our feelings.

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Born Yesterday

By Garson Kanin

OCTOBER 18 – NOVEMBER 11, 2018


Crooked businessman Harry Brock is in Washington, D.C. in the fall of 1946 to bribe government bigwigs into shady deals. He’s brought
along his showgirl mistress, Billie Dawn, who is so ditzy and lacking in social graces that even the vulgar Harry is embarrassed by her. When he hires an idealistic young reporter to educate the brassy Billie, it turns out that she has a sharper mind than anyone guessed. As Billie learns about history, politics, and literature, she also learns the truth of who Harry is – and what she really wants out of life. Immortalized by Judy Holliday, this clever classic is one of the longest-running comedies in history.

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The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe

Based upon the story by C. S. Lewis
Dramatized by Le Clanché Du Rand

Saturday, October 20 at 10:00 a.m.

During the World War II bombing of London, four siblings are sent to their family’s country home for safety. Once there, they stumble upon an enormous wardrobe which transports them to the world of Narnia. Once a peaceful realm filled with talking animals, fauns, giants, and dwarves, Narnia is now under an eternal winter, cursed by the villainous White Witch. With aid from the majestic lion Aslan, the four siblings lead Narnia into an all-out war as they fight to outwit the Witch and restore peace to the land. Creatively adapted from the beloved classic by C. S. Lewis, this one-act play challenges young audiences to use their imagination and co-create with the two actors who bring this timeless tale to life using creative movement, sound, and costumes in an engaging theatrical experience.

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PLEASE NOTE:

There is a non-refundable $4.00 per ticket fee for all online purchases.

Tickets are non-refundable but can be exchanged for a different performance of the same show. If you need to change your scheduled performance date, our staff will be happy to exchange your ticket for another performance of the same show. There is no charge for ticket exchanges. You MUST contact us at least 24 hours in advance of your scheduled performance to make the exchange. You also may e-mail your request to Exchange@OcalaCivicTheatre.com.


Box Office Hours
10:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
Monday - Friday

Also one hour before each performance.

If there is a performance on a Saturday, we will open from
10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.

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