- Season 31 -

Season Tickets

As we move into Season 31, which begins in August, we will once again be offering a Season Ticket Package. For The Most Theatre Fun, Flexibility and Value, the package includes Tickets to all five shows! You choose the date and time for each production. Tickets may be exchanged for any performance, pending availability, at no charge by calling the box office at least 48 hours before your reservation. The Fine print: All sales are final; we are unable to offer refunds on Season Tickets. To reschedule or exchange tickets, please call the Box Office at least 48 hours before the show for which you have tickets. Order early to secure the best seats & savings.

Season Ticket Holder Benefits:

SAVE BIG off individual ticket prices and Always receive priority seating. There are no service or handling fees and you will never hear the words "Sold Out". Guarantee your seats to Snowdance, the hottest ticket in town, besides, all the cool kids are doing it. Support local arts, enjoy Downtown, and have FUN! You will also have access to the best popcorn on Sixth Street, which helps maintain regularity and flush out toxins. Wait, that's benefits of water, sorry.

Individual Tickets will be going on sale July 11.

Two options for getting Season Tickets Now!
Both at exact same pricing - we pay your service fees on season tickets!

Buy online or print the pdf below and mail it to us.

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Thank you for supporting live theatre.

Rich Smith
Managing Artistic Director

19aug

"Stand Up If You’re Here Tonight"

August 19

14oct

"Moby Dick"

October 14

2dec

"Two Point Oh"

December 2

Season 31

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Season 31 Lineup

aug
"Stand Up If You’re Here Tonight"

A brand new, thought provoking comedy by Olivier nominated playwright John Kolvenbach

A refreshing look at life during and after surviving the pandemic. "You’ve tried everything. Yoga. Acupuncture. Therapy. You juiced, cleansed, journaled, and volunteered. You got a mattress that fitted itself to your fetal form. You ate only RINDS for three days and nights. Then, finally, you reached out, and you looked within. You have tried. And yet here you are." A man that is isolated and desperate for connection reaches out to his audience to see if they had experienced the same trauma of loneliness during that proverbial time when the earth stood still.

If this were a movie, we think it would be rated "PG."

oct
"Moby Dick": the sketch comedy puppet musical that Herman Melville would have loved but never admitted

Original Sketch Comedy Musical by Rich Smith; Music by Scott Lema

An unforgettable look at an American Classic. This is Moby Dick like you have never seen before! Complete with some hometown humor and our live house band! Get ready to set sail, and expect the unexpected because there is nothing that can't be done when you’re using puppets!

If this were a movie, we think it would be rated “PG-13.”

dec
"Two Point Oh"

An award winning new drama by Jeffrey Jackson

Sci-Fi in the tradition of Asimov or Clarke

Software mogul Elliot Leeds makes headlines when his private jet plunges into the Pacific. His widow, Melanie, discovers Elliot's greatest creation: a simulation of himself that he masterminded before his demise. "Elliot 2.0" is a talking, thinking, virtual soul, it - he - can answer questions, hold conversations, share memories, and perhaps grow in intelligence and capacity. The question is...is he alive?

If this were a movie, we think it would be rated "R" due to language and adult situations.

jan
"Snowdance®" 10 Minute Comedy Festival

19th Anniversary Festival Competition of Original Comedies

You know the drill! The hit playwriting competition draws entries from around the globe. Judges choose the best to produce. Then, in the ultimate interactive experience, the audience votes on who should win the cash prize. It’s original comedy plus OOHPs' signature hijinks between plays. Utah has Sundance; Racine has Snowdance! A great reason for season tickets – this popular event sells out. These plays are not yet rated; they are not yet written! "R-rated" words or themes may be included.

mar
"The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night"

Based on the novel by Mark Haddon, adapted by Simon Stephens

Winner of the 2015 Tony Award for Best Play

Fifteen-year-old Christopher has an extraordinary brain; he is exceptionally intelligent but ill-equipped to interpret everyday life. When he falls under suspicion for killing his neighbor's dog, he sets out to identify the true culprit, which leads to an earth-shattering discovery and a journey that will change his life forever.

If this were a movie, we think it would be rated "PG-13."

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- Ticket Sale Policy -

ALL SALES ARE FINAL. No refunds.

To reschedule a show time, you must call the Box Office 48 hours beforehand. In the event of a cancellation for which there is no rescheduled date available, a refund for this ticket may be issued at the discretion of the management. NO refunds are allowed on Season Ticket orders.

Please review the complete OOHP Policies.