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  • "Wife Begins at Forty"
  • "Current Economic Conditions"
  • "Vaudeville Variety Show"

Productions run from June 26th to August 31st. All dates for the three productions are in the calendar below, and coordinate with the colors above. If you have any questions please call us at 406.859.0013 or email us This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

Ticket prices are $20 adult and $10 for children 15 and under.

 


"Wife Begins at Forty"

Ray Cooney is a genius, and when teamed with co-writers Arne Sultan and Earl Barret the result is what must surely be the funniest couple of hours one is likely to experience in a theatre.  George Harper and his wife Linda are celebrating 17 years of marriage which, for Linda, has lost all passion (with George falling asleep as soon as his head hits the pillow).  Seemingly unaware when confronted with the problem, George goes to drastic measures that solve nothing and ultimately ends up moving out.  Next door neighbor Roger, does not have George’s problem but assuredly a few of his own!!  Directed by Rebecca Schaffer, this play is a must see.  Are the flames of passion out or do they just need a little fanning?   (Produced in cooperation with Samuel French, Inc.)

 


"Current Economic Conditions "

After losing her low-level job in the publishing industry, 26 year old Lily has no choice but to move back in with her well-meaning but neurotic parents.  A series of disastrous interviews and her parents’ strict house rules have Lily feeling more like a troubled teenager than an employable young woman—and the Justin Beiber poster in her old bedroom isn’t helping. Will she find a job before she loses both her sanity and her dignity?  Any of this sound familiar?  A fun comedy farce current for the whole family! Written by Don Zolidis and directed by David Mills-Low. (Produced in cooperation with Playscripts, Inc.)

 

"Vaudeville Variety Show "

At its height, Vaudeville played successfully to all economic classes. By the late 1890’s, Vaudeville had large circuits, houses in almost every sizable location and was especially favored in frontier settlements.  We are proud to keep this popular and traditional style of entertainment alive at the Opera House Theatre.  Join us for great family fun as we feature the best of satire, music, comedy, skits, hilarity and hi-jinks and our ever famous “Maxville Chickens.”  A summer highlight for the whole family! (Produced by OHTC!)

 


 

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 02 July 2014 02:39