SHOW TIMES [Eastern Time Zone]:
Friday & Saturday 7:00 PM, Sunday 3:00 PM
OTP Follies Talent Showcase
Auditions: July 11 & 12
Shows: August 5 & 6
The OTP Follies returns and provides an opportunity for local talent, of all ages, to take the OTP stage. Not a competition (no judging or awards offered), but a performance venue for talent. Previous Follies have included: individuals, groups, vocal, instrumental, skits, monologues, dance, magic lip-sync, comedy and more!
Halloween Double Feature
Sponsored by Duke Energy
Director: Bill Simmons
Roles and ages: Needing between 32-40 children and adults between the ages 13-40 for both shows.
Auditions: August 15 & 16
Shows: October 14, 15, 16 & 21, 22, 23
The Best Haunted House Ever!
The students of Hoover High decide the creepy manor of ’Old Cut ’N’ Stitch’ (biology professor Jarvis Stitch), who was rumored to have conducted many late-night experiments before disappearing, is the perfect locale for a fundraiser. But great minds think alike, and the same idea occurs to some students from Jenkins High School. For a while, it looks as if one group is just rattling chains to scare the other. But wait! There’s more hair-raising than fundraising in store for all when it becomes clear that a mysterious third party is doing the scaring! When Professor Stitch himself turns up wielding a large knife, it’s everyone for themselves! Just when the students think they’ve had enough of an adrenaline rush for one night, the police arrive and then disappear! Just who is doing the spooking here?
10 Ways To Survive The Zombie Apocalypse
It’s the end of the world! Hordes of zombies are out to kill you. What do you do? Reason with creatures that would rather eat brains than use them? Turn to this handy/hilarious guide to help you survive the Zombie Apocalypse!
Christmas Double Feature
Sponsored by Edward Jones / David & Jack Skinner
Director: Vickie Puffer
Roles and ages: Needing a minimum of 23 children in grades 4 through 8. Each show is about 45 minutes long and youngsters will have roles in both shows.
Auditions: October 17 & 18
Shows: December 9, 10, 11 & 16, 17, 18
A Christmas Carol
Dicken’s time-honored tale of the redemption of the miserly old Ebeneezer Scrooge comes to the OTP stage with a talent-filled cast of young actors.
In Bootown all the Boos love Christmas. They love Christmas so much it is ALL they talk about. However, north of the town lives a mysterious outcast that hates Christmas and anything to do with this festive time of year. The outcast is called the Grouch!
Four Weddings & An Elvis
Sponsored by Vincennes University
Director: Craig Johnson
Role and age:
Auditions: February 20 & 21
Shows: April 14, 15, 16 & 21, 22, 23
Sandy, a divorced owner of a Las Vega wedding chapel, has seen her fair share of crazy weddings and couples! In this production, we enjoy some of her funniest: Bev and Stan, are getting married (to revenge their exes); Fiona, a gentle postal-worker and a tough ex-con are trying to get married before the police arrive! And others!
The Inn At Rose Harbor
Sponsored by The McCormick Family Foundation
Director: Coni Like-Webber
Role and age: Needing 6-7 males and 8-11 females with an age range of mid-teen to adult.
Auditions: April 24 & 25
Shows: June 23, 24, 25 & June 30, July1, 2
Jo Marie Rose, a widow, is celebrating the 20th anniversary of her purchase of a bed-and-breakfast in Cedar Cove, Washington. Former guests (us, the audience) join her as she reminisces about her early days as owner.. Her first guests, Josh Weaver and Abby Kincaid, were in their early 30s. Neither eager to return to the home town, family has brought them back- Josh to care for an ailing stepfather, and Abby for her brother’s wedding. The couples lead us in their stories —then and now.