Silent Sky, by Lauren Gunderson, directed by Josh Sutcliffe

November 8–24, 2019

The true story of the 19th century astronomer Henrietta Leavitt explores a woman’s place in society during a time of immense scientific discoveries and when women’s ideas were dismissed until men claimed credit for them.

“Lauren Gunderson’s luminously beautiful play Silent Sky is an intellectual epic told on an intimate scale. Bottom line: Heavenly.” -Atlanta Journal-Constitution

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November 21, 2019

"Karma" is the theme for the next Story Slam.

Story Slam emcee will choose ten tellers from the audience. Teller will be randomly chosen and will have five minutes to tell a true, personal story on the theme.

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Another Night Before Christmas, by Sean Grennan, music by Leah Okimoto, directed by Dan DePrez, musical direction by Steven Humphrey

December 13–22, 2019

A seemingly innocent gesture traps a disillusioned social worker with a homeless man claiming to be Santa Claus. A comedically touching musical battle between cynicism and belief.

"Not the usual holiday entertainment, it's a tall cool club soda after a quart of egg nog.” -Kansas City Star

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Miss Lillian, a Life of Some Significance

January 18-19, 2020

An OTA Special Event! Step inside the personal history of Jimmy Carter’s mother in this one-woman show starring Carol Swarbrick of Sequim, an internationally known stage and television actress. In partnership with The League of Women Voters.

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Quilters, by Molly Newman and Barbara Damashek, directed by Richard Stephens

February 21–March 8, 2020

The musical story of a pioneer woman and her six daughters, Quilters blends love, warmth, rich and lively humor and the moving spectacle of simple human dignity and steadfastness in the face of adversity.

“A show pieced together with love and stitched with pride...a thing of beauty, comfort and joy." -NY Post

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Shakespearean Renaissance Faire!, March 27-29, 2020

An OTA Special Event! Dress up and join us once again for a romp into the Elizabethan era with food, drink, music, and well... Shakespeare!

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A Facility for Living, by Katie Forgette,directed by Christy Holy

May 1–17, 2020

Joe Taylor, 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...

"...amusing, entertaining, life- affirming ... " -Seattle Times

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Let Me Down Easy, by Anna Deavere Smith, directed by Carol Swarbrick-Dries

June 19–28, 2020

A comedy-drama constructed from verbatim interview transcripts, Let Me Down Easy examines the miracle of human resilience through the lens of the national debate on health care. A work of emotional brilliance and political substance from one of the treasures of the American theater.

"Vitally important, wide-ranging and [an] ultimately very moving piece." -The Los Angeles Times 

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Ticket Pricing:
General Admission
--Adults: $24.00 (Musical)
--Adults: $18.00 (All other plays)
--Student: $15.00 (Musical)
--Student: $10.00 (All other plays

As a courtesy to other patrons and to ensure you can be seated before curtain time, please arrive at least 15 minutes before curtain.

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