For those who missed it…

  The OHTC Womanless Beauty Pageant fundraiser was a HUGE success! For less than the cost of a movie with popcorn, this past Saturday night’s audience was treated to 12 wonderfully talented, impeccably dressed, hysterically funny “girls” who strutted their stuff for a great cause! The field of 12 was narrowed down to five, then […]

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Last Three Performances for Secret Garden are this Weekend!!

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Dress Rehearsal Pics of Secret Garden

 

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Secret Garden Rehearsal Photos

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Secret Garden Opens Wednesday September 1

Performed on the Main Stage of Thalian Hall. Book and Lyrics by Marsha Norman Music by Lucy Simon Based on the novel by Frances Hodgson Burnett Wednesday, September 1 – Sunday, September 5 Friday, September 10 – Sunday, September 12 . Schedule Change:  Please note that we are running The Secret Garden for two weeks […]

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Theatre Review – Entertaining “Anything Goes” is all About the Music

  By John Staton John.Staton@StarNewsOnline.com Published: Tuesday, August 10, 2010 at 9:36 a.m.   Cole Porter’s musical “Anything Goes” has been around for 75 years. Still, the lyrics to the title tune could easily be speaking to contemporary times: “In olden days a glimpse of stocking/ Was looked on as something shocking/ But now, God […]

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By John Staton John.Staton@StarNewsOnline.com Published: Tuesday, July 13, 2010 at 11:09 a.m. Last Modified: Tuesday, July 13, 2010 at 11:09 a.m . It’s possible to do the right thing by accident.In “The Music Man,” that’s pretty much what traveling salesman Harold Hill does until, at long last, he finally does the right thing on purpose. […]

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Theater review – ‘Guys Named Moe’ make audience participation fun

By John Staton John.Staton@StarNewsOnline.com As an audience member, I’m not the biggest fan of audience participation. I don’t want to get drug up on stage, be pressured to sing along or be told to throw my hands in the air like I just don’t care. . Which makes my positive feelings for Opera House Theatre […]

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Theatre Review: Look Out, Sister! Opera House Theatre Company presents ‘Five Guys Names Moe’

By: MJ Pendleton – May 4th, 2010 FIVE GUYS NAMED MOE Scottish Rite Temple May 7th-9th, 8pm Sunday matinees, 3pm Tickets: $18-$20 • (910) 343-3664 . F“Five Guys Named Moe” is simply spectaculaR! Director Ray Kennedy conducted the orchestra, played the piano, and choreographed the production assisted by Tracy Byrd—and he did it all with […]

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Theater Review: Sisters Acting Up:Opera House Theatre Company presents ‘Nunsense’

By: MJ Pendleton – February 23rd, 2010 NUNSENSE Scottish Rite Temple • 1415 S. 17th St. February 26th-28th Tickets: $20 • (910) 343-3664 The magic in Opera House Theatre Company’s latest show, “Nunsense,” is in the casting, so director Sue Ellen Yates deserves a lot of credit for the standing ovation the musical received on […]

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