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This unique and wildly theatrical musical combines haunting music and poetic storytelling to chronicle the fascinating life of iconic American writer Edgar Allan Poe. A literary rock star of his day, Poe struggles with tragedy and addiction, poverty and loss, yet produces some of the world's most original, visionary and enduring literature before dying in unexplained circumstances at the age of 40. At once gorgeous and grotesque, Nevermore explores the events that shape Poe's character and career, blurring the line between fact and fiction--after all, as Poe himself writes, "All that we see or seem is but a dream within a dream."

October 7-29  OJP Theater

Book Music and Lyrics by Jonathan Christenson

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November 4, 2023, 7:30pm

OJP Music Lounge

Vancurt is a husband and wife duo who have been creating music in and outside of the studio for 30+ years. Through the years they have been on televised, live and recorded sessions with artists such as Michael Jackson, Ray Charles, Chante Moore, Tracie Spencer, Israel Houghton, Switch, BeBe Winans, and Rebecca Crews; to name a few. Additionally, they have independently released full-length recording projects entitled: Wake-Up!, Garden Party (by Vaneta Thompson),and RGM (with the Jointstar Project) as well as several single releases available on all digital platforms.

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November 9 at 7pm, Nov. 10 & 11 at 8pm, November 12 at 4pm

Written, curated & directed by Beatrice Casagrán
Born in Cuba, but raised in Los Angeles, OJP Artistic Director, Beatrice Casagran, grew up in two worlds.  The opportunities and challenges of growing up as an "American" kid were paradoxically grounded and amplified by the strong web of support and identity provided by "her Cubans".   This piece celebrates the vibrancy, resilience, and humor of a Habana that no longer exists and perhaps never did, but that provided a colorful and buoyant tide that led to Beatrice to become an artist and storyteller.  The evening will feature stories, songs, and music from Old Havana performed by a talented group of local Latino artists and musicians-- served up with, Cuban coffee, or course, Daiquiris and Mojitos to warm everyone's heart and soul on a cold winter night.

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World Premiere Production

In the fall of 1867, Herman Melville’s oldest son, Malcolm, kills himself  in their home in New York City.  The official report is “accidental,” but the family knows otherwise.  In aftermath of loss, revelations lead to recriminations and survivors cling to their own psychic life rafts.  Bessie Melville believes her famous father shares guilt for her brother’s suicide. Will his posthumous novel offer the family redemption?

By Jean Collinsworth

Directed by Beatrice Casagran

November 25-December 4

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