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By David Ives

Directed by Beatrice Casagran

January 31-- Preview

February 1-23

"Ives has crafted a modern take on a classic tale, skillfully twisting his plot and characters in a fast-paced journey into one man's entrapment by a clever, vengeful female." —Associated Press. "You want funny? You want sexy? Then you'll want to see VENUS IN FUR." —New Jersey Newsroom.

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It's early November, 1941 in Los Angeles, California. Just like the rest of the United States, the City of Angels is bitterly divided between pro-German and anti-German groups. Contributing to the divisive political storm are the Mothers of America, the Human Betterment Society, Union workers and strikes, the 'question' of too many Jews in show business, virulent anti-Communists, Roosevelt haters and the effects of strictly enforced racial segregation.

Wealthy right-wing Mrs. Clara Taylor and her husband, Herbert, recently from Chicago, are sinking their millions into building a safe retreat and compound for the upcoming upheaval, but they've run into a problem. They've had to fire the architect. When their important overseas guest arrives, Clara must find another architect to complete the construction -- but architects are hard to find -- as most have been drafted into Roosevelt's pre-war projects. Clara does find an architect, Paul Revere Williams, who is black. His many achievements, outlook on life, and his personality shake her fixed ideas about the way the world should work. And when the Taylors find all their money gone, and their lives threatened by the Nazis, their plans to ensure a safe foundation for their future crumbles. Based on true events.​

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A Lifetime of Regret is a drinking game/trivia challenge/staged reading of some of the best of the worst to ever grace your television screen: Lifetime Channel movies. Each performance is a completely different script brought to life by a talented team of improvisors who have already started one drink ahead of their audience. Yes, it’s technically scripted – but the experience is nothing that anyone can truly prepare for.

Don’t worry, you don’t have to drink to have fun and watch a funny show.


Outside beverages not allowed in the theatre. No one under 18 admitted.

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By Conchita Serri

An all-female chorus declaims its truths about the experience of womanhood in America through a ritualistic experience in which the audience is asked to be an active participant. A rhythmic, gutteral, visual, and aural affirmation of the Age of the Woman.  

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The Saturday Smorgasbord is an event like no other! Each Smorgasbord features different improv teams and forms from around SoCal. You can stuff yourself with an un-ending sampler platter of all the most delicious styles of improvisation!

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A night of revelry, a wee bit o'drinkin', some auctionin' of lucky items, and some singin' to make the angels listen and weep.  All to keep OJP in the best color of 'em all-- green of course.  Featurin' craft beers from Claremont Craft Ales and Last Name Brewing and we'll throw in some wine as well.  

At the UPLAND WOMEN'S CLUB

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March 21- Preview

March 22-April 14

"HEDWIG AND THE ANGRY INCH brings theater alive with the pounding sounds of rock 'n' roll and the funny sad voicing of a painful past…it is also an adult, thought-provoking musical about the quest for individuality…the kind of Rocky Horror Picture Show-style event that may inspire a rabid cult following." —NY Times. "Sublimely trashy and surprisingly powerful." —LA Times. "In the whole long, sorry history of rock musicals, HEDWIG AND THE ANGRY INCH is the first one that truly rocks." —Rolling Stone. "The most exciting rock score written for the theater since, oh, ever!" —Time Magazine.

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From an inauspicious beginning at the tiny Left Bank Theatre de Babylone in 1953, followed by bewilderment among American and British audiences, Waiting for Godot has become of the most important and enigmatic plays of the past fifty years and a cornerstone of twentieth-century drama. As Clive Barnes wrote, “Time catches up with genius … Waiting for Godot is one of the masterpieces of the century.”

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After bringing you "Sense & Prejudice", "Menagerie on a Hot Tin Streetcar", "Paranormal High", and the "Untold Adventures of Harry Potter", The Blankety Blank Is back at OJP with another amazing show!

Saddle up and ride into the Old West with "The Good, The Bad, and The Blankety!" Epic high noon showdowns, saloon fights, horse riding, and more are in store in this homage to the finest westerns in cinema history.

Each show is a completely unique two act play! Nothing is written or planned beforehand. That being said, this show typically has content that could be rated PG-13.

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Tales Told By Idiots is so much more than your average open mic night – it’s a space to connect with new ideas, art, and terrible anecdotes. Anyone can sign up to share a story, perform a scripted work, sing a favorite song, or play something original. The only catch is, you’ve got a different theme to riff on every night!

Content is typically meant for an adult audience.

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Shakespeare Festival Adaptation of Shakespeare's Macbeth by OJP Summer Camp Young Performers-- partly tragedy, partly comedy, totally fun!

Entertainment for the whole family

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Ophelia's Jump's Midsummer Shakespeare Festival Co-Presented with Pomona College

July 11, 13, 19, 21

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The Adventures of Pericles Prince of Tyre by William Shakespeare and his drinking buddy George Wilkins

July 12, 14, 18, 20

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Staged Reading of an original work being workshopped by the playwright.

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After bringing you "Sense & Prejudice", "Menagerie on a Hot Tin Streetcar", "Paranormal High", and "The Good, The Bad, and The Blankety", The Blankety Blank is back at OJP with another amazing show!

Detectives, Dames, and Death! The Blankety Blank jumps into the world of Noir with a show inspired by such classics as "The Maltese Falcon," "Sunset Boulevard," and "Double Indemnity." 

Each show is a completely unique two act play! Nothing is written or planned beforehand. That being said, this show typically has content that could be rated PG-13.

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by Aaron Posner

9/5- Preview

9/6-9/22 Friday - Sunday

“Aaron Posner’s savvy, petulant blitz through Anton Chekhov’s The Seagull [is] less an adaptation of Chekhov’s landmark drama than a funny, moving slugfest, a ripe mashup of mock and awe…sometimes it blows Chekhov up, and sometimes the play explodes with a genuinely Chekhovian release of emotion. The show is smart enough to have it both ways: It mines The Seagull for classical heft even while giving it the bird.” —Washington Post.

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In a world where the supernatural reigns supreme, what does it mean to be a normal teenager? Or maybe a not so normal one... Based on the Teen Paranormal genre of movies and literature (think Twilight, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, or Teen Wolf), "Paranormal High" spins a tale of angst and hormones based on your suggestions!

Each show is a completely unique two act play! Nothing is written or planned beforehand. That being said, this show typically has content that could be rated PG-13.

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By Taylor Mac

10/24-- Preview

10/25-11/16

“…sensational—in all senses of the word…[an] audacious and uproarious black comedy…Mac has his own gloriously skewed vision of the toxins fouling the American family from within, and in its avowedly loopy way HIR reflects current concerns about the decline of the middle class, as well as the trauma war veterans endure…brilliant writing…” —NY Times.

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After bringing you "Sense & Prejudice", "Blankety Blank Confidential", "Paranormal High", and "The Good, The Bad, and The Blankety", The Blankety Blank is back at OJP with another amazing show!

It's time to celebrate the holiday season with "The Christmas Blank", a show inspired by your favorite Hallmark Christmas movies! Whether she's a focused career woman at the top of her game, or she's a baker in a small town just trying to bake a cake for visiting royalty, come join in the fun as our protagonist learns all about love and the meaning of Christmas!

Each show is a completely unique two act play! Nothing is written or planned beforehand. This show is family friendly!

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