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Seniors 60 and older/Students High School and younger unless otherwise noted

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Special Events

Oconomowoc Arts Center (OAC) Open House  

6 to 8 p.m. Saturday, August 23, 2014

Free and open to the public

The community is invited to walk through the Oconomowoc Arts Center
while enjoying live entertainment from 
Electriviolet, a duo that brings
rich vocals and soulful guitar artistry to blues, jazz and R & B. The
OAC will serve 
up free brats, burgers and hot dogs with all the fixings,
thanks to Fox Brother’s Piggly Wiggly. Many local dance
and
community service groups will be on hand in the lobby with
informational tables. Check out the 2014-15 
season line up and take
advantage of the special discounts at the box office for early ticket
purchases.

Bring the whole family for this fun, free community event.  

  

Bring the whole family for this fun, free community event

Visual Arts Series

"Portraits and Panoramas"
Artists: Anne Raskopf and Heidi Hallett 

August 23 – October 4, 2014

Reception: 6 to 7 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 20, 2014
prior to "Churchill: Man of the Century" performance at 7:30 p.m.

This wonderful exhibit will feature paintings from many walks of life that
embrace the everyday lives that we share within our world. 

For more information about the artists, visit www.anneraskopf.com for Anne
and www.aquaartideas.com for Heidi.

 

Special Events
Neudecker Mainstage 

Labor Day Weekend Comedy, Magic Festival of Fun 

Visual entertainment for the entire family 
with two completely different shows nightly 

8 p.m. Friday and Saturday, August 29 & 30, 2014

Tickets: $15 Adults, Seniors and High School & Younger $10
(Reserved Seating)
Service Fees May Apply

Each show includes 90 minutes of suspense, comedy, mystery and fun
for the entire family. 
Discounted tickets are available with a 2 for 1
coupon redeeable 
at Box Office only.

Tickets available at the Box Office
by phone, (262) 560-3172, and online

  

Service fees apply to online,
telephone and day of show walk-ups


 

 

 

Service fees apply to online,
telephone and day of show walk-ups

Special Events
Neucdecker Mainstage

"Churchill: Man of the Century"

Presented by Rotary Club of Oconomowoc

7:30 p.m. Saturday, September 20, 2014

Tickets: Adults $24, Seniors & College Students $20
High School & Younger $16
(Reserved Seating)
Service Fees May Apply

Winston Churchill once observed: “The chain of history may be examined only
one link at a time.” Armed with Homburg 
hat, 7 inch cigar and polka dot
bowtie, historian, performance artist, Oconomowoc businessman and local
Rotarian, Randy 
Otto, brings Winston Churchill’s indefatigable, charismatic
and sparkling wit to life in his widely acclaimed, original one-man 
show:
Churchill: Man of the Century to the main stage. Journey through history
– one link at a time – you’ll discover just what 
made the Greatest Briton and
leader of all time tick. A tour de force!

“Ask Winston” an interactive Q&A with Winston rounds out this
unforgettable, exhilarating experience. “Randy’s encyclopedic
knowledge of
the man – and history – added tremendous depth and credibility to the
performance… one of the most fascinating 
historical figures of the twentieth
century came alive with authentic gravitas and biting wit.”

All proceeds from "Churchill: Man of the Century" to benefit the
Oconomowoc High School Student Scholarship Awards and
The Oconomowoc
Rotary Club Charitable Foundation.

Tickets available at the Box Office
by phone, (262) 560-3172, and online


Neucdecker Mainstage

John McGivern in "The Wonder Bread Years"

Sponsored by First Bank Financial Center

7:30 p.m. Saturday, September 27, 2014

Tickets: Adults $34, Seniors & College Students $30
High School & Younger $16
(Reserved Seating)
Service Fees May Apply

Growing up one of six kids in a Milwaukee Irish Catholic family is
apparently great source material for comedy -
that is, if you’re as
clever as John McGivern.  

"The Wonder Bread Years," his best-known oneman show, is
a loving
and true salute to the Baby Boomer Generation. It’s a
fastpaced, hilarious production that gracefully 
walks the line
between stand-up and theater. McGivern reminisces road trips, 
cereal packages with toys and
those crazy toys that were actually
dangerous like “lawn jarts.”


Impact Weekly calls it “pitch perfect” and
“laugh-out-loud material.
”The funniest trip down Memory Lane you’ve ever taken!

Tickets available at the Box Office
by phone, (262) 560-3172, and online


   

                                      




Service fees apply to online,
telephone and day of show walk-ups


 

 

Service fees apply to online, telephone and day of show
walk-ups

 

Film Series
Neudecker Mainstage

Consider the Conversation 2
Stories about cure, relief and comfort 

Sponsored by ProHealth Care

7 p.m. Saturday, October 4, 2014

Tickets: $10 (Reserved Seating)
Service Fees May Apply

Following up Consider the Conversation: A Documentary on a Taboo Subject
which was shown a few years ago and roughly 
600 times on PBS, this new film
goes a step further with continuing the effect of American medicine’s success 
on the patient/doctor 
relationship and sheds light on the important role
communication plays in helping both patient and doctor navigate the murky 
waters of severe chronic disease. Viewers will witness some of the most 
powerful perspectives ever captured on film about the 
universal human hope
for cure, need for relief and wish for comfort.

A panel discussion including Dr. Kelly Cooke from Pro Health Care’s Palliative
Health Care Unit will be held after the screening with 
other experts on this topic. 

Information will be available in the lobby before and after the film from
Pro Healthcare’s Advance Care Planning.

Tickets available at the Box Office
by phone, (262) 560-3172, and online


 

Neucdecker Mainstage

American English - Beatles Tribute

7:30 p.m. Saturday, October 25, 2014

Tickets: Adults $30, Seniors & College Students $27
High School & Younger $16
(Reserved Seating)
Service Fees May Apply

This Beatles Tribute commemorate the 50th Anniversary of the
group appearing on the Ed Sullivan Show. The 
entertainment will
transfix you as you go through the Beatle years of 1963 to 1971. 
With precise attention to every 
musical detail, along with costume
changes, vintage instruments and special effects, American
English magically 
creates the ultimate tribute to the greatest band.

In 2012, Newsweek Magazine quoted American English,
"The best Beatle Band on the planet.”

Tickets available at the Box Office
by phone, (262) 560-3172, and online 

 

 

 

Service fees apply to online,
telephone and day of show walk-ups

 

 

Visual Arts Series

"Allegorical Journey"
Artist: Michael Santini  

October 11 – 28, 2014

Reception: 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 11, 2014
prior to the LCO Concert at 7 p.m.


Santini’s artwork is an allegorical portrayal of the worldly struggle of good
verses evil. Inspirations from the Bible and everyday
life are depicted in this
concept. This truly unique show is not to be missed. Included in the show are
oil paintings, pencil 
drawings and sculpture.

For more information about the artist, visit www.michaelsantini.com.


District Events - Musical
Neucdecker Mainstage

Singin' in the Rain 

Presented by The OHS Players

7:30 p.m. November 15, 20, 21 & 22 and
4 p.m. November 16, 2014

Tickets: Adults $14.50, Seniors & College Students $11.50
High School & Younger $19.50
(Reserved Seating)
Service Fees May Apply

Singin’ in the Rain tells the story of the first Hollywood musical, when
the silver screen found its voice and left silent
movies – and some of
its stars – behind.

This spectacular show is packed full of the charm, romance, comedy
and 
tinseltown glamour of one the world’s best loved movies and
features all the songs from the glorious MGM score
including “Good
Morning,”  “Make ‘em Laugh,” “Moses Supposes” and the classic
“Singin’ in the Rain."

With high-energy choreography and sumptuous set design, Singin’
in the Rain showers you with everything you could wish 
for in a hit
musical. Don’t miss this classic revival brought to life on the main
stage—umbrellas not included!

$2 from every ticket sold will go toward the 2015 OHS Player Fringe 
Festival trip.

Tickets available at the Box Office
by phone, (262) 560-3172, and online

 

Songs by Nacio Herb Brown and Arthur Freed
Book by Betty Comden and Adolph Green

Service fees apply to online,
telephone and day of show walk-ups


 

Visual Arts Series

"Mothers' Touch - 2 Arts"
Artists: Abigail Engstrand & Dawn Vankley-Imes

November 1-22, 2014

Reception: 2:30 to 3:30 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 16, 2014
prior to the OHS musical, "Singin' in the Rain" at 4 p.m.

This show highlights artists that are moms to recent 2014 OHS
graduates. Artist, Dawn Vankley-Imes will be showcasing quilts.
Her love of fabric and techniques is shown in each piece. Artist,
Abigail Engstrand premieres her felted wool pictures.
Her
technique utilizes felting as an art form with a painterly style.
The exhibit will be masterful in color, artistry and texture.


Visual Arts Series

Waukesha Creatives Arts League Member Show

December 2-21, 2014

Reception: 12:30 to 1:30 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 7, 2014
prior to "A Carpenters Christmas" at 2 p.m.

Members of the Waukesha Creative Arts League will be exhibiting and
selling their artwork. The purpose of the
Waukesha Creative Arts
League is to educate, stimulate and advance artistic growth.

For more information regarding this group, visit their FaceBook page
at www.facebook.com/groups/126863524014861.


 

 

Service fees apply to online,
telephone and day of show walk-ups


Special Events
Neucdecker Mainstage

Lorie Line
The 25th Anniversary Christmas Special

7:30 p.m. Wednesday, December 3, 2014

Tickets: $45.50, Group Discounts available with 10 or more tickets $40.95
(Reserved Seating)
Service Fees May Apply

Pianist Lorie Line is celebrating a big year. This season marks her 25th 
anniversary of touring and she is making 
this year’s show special in
every way. Line will showcase the best of the best of her holiday music
over her 25-year 
career. She will feature her Fab 5, and this year she
is bringing a special vocalist to the stage. Don’t miss this special 
evening
of music as Lorie celebrates a milestone year.

Tickets available at the Box Office
by phone, (262) 560-3172, and online

Neucdecker Mainstage

"A Carpenters Christmas"
with singer-playwright Lisa Rock and her six-piece band 

7:30 p.m. Saturday, December 6 and
2 p.m. Sunday, December 7, 2014

Tickets: Adults $30, Seniors & College Students $27
High School & Younger $16
(Reserved Seating)
Service Fees May Apply

This show will ring in the holiday season with singer-playwright Lisa
Rock and her six-piece band paying tribute to 
the music and life of
Richard and Karen Carpenter. The troupe will perform the
Carpenters most memorable holiday hits.

The show is based on the two Christmas albums this famous
American pop duo produced, along with the many variety
shows
they appeared in.

“Merry Christmas Darling” and the jazzy “Santa Claus is Comin’ to
 Town” are just a few of the 
favorites that will dazzle the audience
and spread joy and cheer.

Tickets available at the Box Office
by phone, (262) 560-3172, and online


 









Service fees apply to online,
telephone and day of show walk-ups

 

Service fees apply to online,
telephone and day of show walk-ups

Special Events
Neucdecker Mainstage

MainStage Academy of Dance presents
The Nutcracker Ballet

7 p.m. Friday & Saturday December 19, 20,
1 p.m. Saturday, December 20 and
2 p.m. Sunday, December 21, 2014

Tickets: $Adults $16, Students $14
Group Discounts available with 10 or more tickets
(Reserved Seating)
Service Fees May Apply

This favorite holiday show is back at the OAC! Performed by the students
and professional troupe from MainStage 
Academy of Dance. This classic
tale has been a favorite for the young and old. Get your tickets early -
shows usually sell 
out.

All performances are going to support local charities. $1 for every ticket
sold is split between Lake Area Free Clinic and 
Urgent Needs in Oconomowoc.
For the Oconomowoc Food Pantry, patrons are asked to bring a nonperishable
food item 
to be collected in the OAC lobby. 

For more information, visit www.wecandancemainstage.com.

Tickets available at the Box Office
by phone, (262) 560-3172, and online


Visual Arts Series

"Painted Pairings"
Artists featured from Splash Studio, a Milwaukee painting bar

January 9 - February 7, 2015

Reception: 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. Friday, Jan. 16, 2015
prior to The Cabaret Cafe's "Copper Box" show at 7 p.m.

Painting Pairings celebrates Splash Studio’s mission ‘to offer a unique
social environment in which people can explore 
their creativity while
supporting the local artistic community.’

Each painting in the Splash Library has been commissioned from a
local artist, with the goal of creating a diverse yet accessible portfolio
of paintings that reflect the current trends 
of the Milwaukee arts
community. As such, many of the Library paintings are based on the
original artist’s own 
personal style and this show highlights the best
examples of this. By pairing a painting commissioned for the Splash
Library with an original work of art from the same artist, the exhibit
offers an insider’s view of how a Splash painting 
comes to life.
Enjoy this unique ‘peak behind the curtain.’

For more information about Splash, visit www.splashmilwaukee.com.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Service fees apply to online,
telephone and day of show walk-ups

Cabaret Cafe
Little Theater 

Copper Box

Dinner at 6:30 p.m.
Show at 7 p.m. Friday & Saturday, January 16 & 17, 2015

Tickets (Reserved Seating)
Show only: Adults & Seniors $25, High School & Younger $15 
Dinner Package: Adults & Seniors $38, High School & Younger $25 
Service Fees May Apply 

Danny and Michele Jerabek front this Oshkosh based band. They are
known for their
accordion fueled, genre-blending roots music that features
70s, rock, folk polka, Cajun and zydeco music. They have won numerous
WAMI awards and 
have  been featured at fairs, festivals and even on
national television.

Menu: Chef Tim will prepare a fusion menu
inspired by a blend of Zydeco, 
Cuban and
Mexican music: Creole seasoned jambalaya
with chorizo, chicken 
and shrimp over white
rice served with a crisp, slightly sweet
tostone (fried plantain).

For dessert, spiced bread pudding with
Rumchata crème anglaise. Beverages
are included in the dinner package.

A la carte items will also be available for puchase. 

Tickets available at the Box Office
by phone, (262) 560-3172, and online


Film Series
Little Theater 

OHS 2nd Annual Film Festival

7 p.m. Friday, January 23, 2015

Tickets: Adults $10, High School Students & Younger $5
(General Seating)
Service Fees May Apply

With last year’s inaugural short film festival’s success, this second one
is not to be missed. This year’s project will be 
bigger and better. OHS
students will showcase their creativity and hard work. A panel of
esteemed judges will hold a 
discussion involving this next generation 
of film producers and cinematographers. Topics such as technology,
general 
information and current practices in the film industry will be
addressed.

Come support this great group of students in their quest for
scholarships and recognition in the community. Check 
out the OAC
website for additional information regarding workshops, panelists,
judges and more.

Tickets available at the Box Office
by phone, (262) 560-3172, and online


 

Service fees apply to online,
telephone and day of show walk-ups

 

Service fees apply to online,
telephone and day of show walk-ups

Film Series
Little Theater 

"Unforgettable" A documentary film on Brad Williams
- dubbed as a human "Google"
By screenwriter/filmaker Eric Williams 

7 p.m. Friday, January 23, 2015

Tickets: $10 (General Seating) 
Service Fees May Apply

Unforgettable tells the fascinating story of Brad Williams. Featured on
60 Minutes and dubbed “the Human Google” by Good Morning America,
Brad is only the second person ever studied for Hyperthymesia (also
known as superior autobiographical memory), an uncanny and detailed
recall of his entire life. 

Screenwriter/filmmaker Eric Williams (Mad City, Lip Service) follows his
brother Brad’s journey through one eventful year, as media coverage
of Brad’s rare mental gift makes him an unlikely celebrity, vaulting him
from small-town anonymity to sudden midlife notoriety.

Unforgettable is an intimate and humorous portrait of an exceptional 
individual and an intriguing exploration into the mysteries of the
human mind.

A Q & A with Brad and Eric Williams will immediately follow the 
film’s screening.

Tickets available at the Box Office
 by phone, (262) 560-3172, and online

Neucdecker Mainstage

KO-THI 

7:30 p.m. Friday, February 6, 2015

Tickets: Adults $28, Seniors & College Students $24
High School Students & Younger $12 (Reserved Seating)

Special Family Pack Tickets
Family 4-packs $72, Family 6-packs $88 (not available online)
Service Fees May Apply

Ko-Thi Dance Company is part of our diversity offering. Comprised of
artists trained in the history, mythology and 
techniques of art forms
within the African Diaspora, this company performs enchanting shows
using traditional 
instruments, authentic costumes, infectious music
and extraordinary dance dedicated to the preservation of performance

of traditional African-American and Caribbean dance.

“The power of it all. The shock of its originality and
utter sense of rightness 
every step of the way
had the audience beside itself  at the end.” 

- Tom Strini, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Tickets available at the Box Office
by phone, (262) 560-3172, and online


        

 







Service fees apply to online, telephone and day of show walk-ups

 

ComedySportz Series
Little Theater 

ComedySportz -The interactive improv experience 

Saturday, February 7 & March 28, 2015
Family Show: 5 p.m. 
Late Show: 7 p.m.  

Tickets: Adults & Seniors $18, College Students & Younger $10
(Reserved Seating)
Service Fees May Apply

ComedySportz is an all Improv, all suggestion based comedy show, fun for all
ages. Two teams of “Actletes” get suggestions from the audience, create
scenes onstage, and compete for your laughs! You decide what each scene is
about, you decide who you think is funnier, and you decide who wins!

If you haven’t guessed yet the most important part of the show is YOU!
Bring your kids, bring your grandma and bring your friends! Great for church
groups, birthdays and team building events! 

Come join us for dinner, snacks and/or refreshments. All ComedySportz
shows will feature Cousins Subs, Rocky Rococo Pizza, chips, beverages
and desserts, including Mrs. Wonn-derful’s Cake Balls!

Pizza and sub combo meal deals are available! Items also sold separately.

Tickets available at the Box Office
by phone, (262) 560-3172, and online


Visual Arts Series

Lorin Willey's Wisconsin Painter's Studio Alumi Exhibition
Artists: Lorin Willey and Studio Alumni

February 13 - March 9, 2015

Reception: 5:30 to 6:30 P.M. Friday, February 13, 2015
prior to the Cabaret Café "Reel Love" show at 7 p.m.


In 1991, international award winning artist Lorin Willey founded the
Wisconsin Painters’ Studio as a venue for 
advanced and intense art
instruction.

For over two decades he has inspired beginning and professional
artists with his 
enthusiastic and knowledge based seminars and
classes. He coined his approach the “3C’s” based in creativity, 
craftsmanship and clarity of intent.

This exhibit features paintings from a few of the Wisconsin
Painters Studio’s current 
and past artists.

For more information about this exhibit, visit www.lorinwilley.com.


 

 

Service fees apply to online,
telephone and day of show walk-ups

Cabaret Cafe
Little Theater 

Reel Love
Featuring Beckie Menzie & Tom Michael

Dinner at 6:30 p.m.
Show at 7 p.m. Friday, February 13 and Saturday, February 14, 2015

Tickets (Reserved Seating)
Show only: Adults & Seniors $25, High School & Younger $15 
Dinner Package: Adults & Seniors $38, High School & Younger $25 
Service Fees May Apply 

Just in time for Valentine’s Day, this show features the Chicago based duo
that has been hailed by the Chicago Tribune 
as one of “the most compelling
duos in cabaret today!”  

This show will have the audience fall in love with songs from their favorite
classic movies – old and new. Beckie and Tom put their own twist on this 
show with a fun and thrilling salute to the silver screen.

Menu: For this romantic evening, Chef Tim has
planned a classic winter Valentine 
meal. It begins
with a salad of orange, pomegranate, red onion
and greens
finished with Balsamic Vinaigrette. 
The main dish will consist of Cabernet braised 
short ribs with glazed carrots, cipollini onions and
roasted parsnip puree.

For dessert diners will enjoy a chocolate truffle
cake with berry coulis.
Beverages are included in the dinner package.

A la carte items will also be available on show nights.

Tickets available at the Box Office
by phone, (262) 560-3172, and online

District Events

OHS Players Present.. 7th Annual Senior Directed Play

7:30 p.m. February 18-21, 2015
and 2 p.m. February 21, 2015

Tickets: Adults & Seniors $15, College Students & Younger $10
(Reserved Seating)
Tickets sold through Oconomowoc High School (OHS) only

You will definitely want to be present when two talented members of
our theatre department, Jacob Rankin and 
Kate Futoransky, take
over the directorial reigns from Mr. Klubertanz, as these students
select, cast, design, publicize 
and ultimately direct their own
mainstage production!

Over the course of the summer and winter of 2014—these two 
talented seniors will follow in the footsteps of past 
directors —
Bridgette Well, Brittany Hoffman, Hanna Gaffney, Cria Ama, 
Aary Gariss, Scott Fillmore, Joe Tufte, 
Calum Bedborough, 
Jake Blersch, Ashley Cook, Maddie Mehnert and Andrew Weiland 
as they begin the year-long 
preparation for their directorial
debut. The senior directed play is not-to-be-missed!

Tickets sold through Oconomowoc High School (OHS) only


 

Service fees apply to online,
telephone and day of show walk-ups

 

Visual Arts Series

OHS IB Art Show

March 10-28, 2015

Reception: 12:30 to 1:30 p.m. Sunday, March 15, 2015
prior to the Tannahill Weavers performance at 2 p.m.

International Baccalaureate program artists from OHS will display their work
including sculpture, painting, photography and more. The base of this program
is to have students understand the dynamic and changing nature of the arts,
explore the diversity of arts across time, place and cultures and express
themselves with confidence and competence.

 

 

 

Neucdecker Mainstage

Tannahill Weavers

7:30 p.m. Saturday, March 15, 2015

Tickets: Adults $30, Seniors & College Students $27
High School & Younger $16 (Reserved Seating)
Service Fees May Apply

Enjoy Scottish folk, ballads and customary music with the
Tannahill Weavers appearing just in time for St. Patrick’s
Day. Hailed as one of Scotland’s premiere traditional bands,
their diverse repertoire spans the centuries with fire-driven
instrumentals, topical songs, and original ballads and lullabies.
The show demonstrates the group’s passion for Celtic music
and culture. Check out the authentic instruments and 
showmanship this band has to offer!

Tickets available at the Box Office
by phone, (262) 560-3172, and online

 

Service fees apply to online,
telephone and day of show walk-ups


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Cabaret Cafe
Little Theater 

Frogwater with John & Susan Nicholson

Dinner at 6:30 p.m.
Show at 7 p.m. Friday, March 20 and Saturday, March 21, 2015

Tickets (Reserved Seating)
Show only: Adults & Seniors $25, High School & Younger $15 
Dinner Package: Adults & Seniors $38, High School & Younger $25 
Service Fees May Apply 

Renowned for their exuberant live performances, this group describe their style as “eclectic acoustic people music.” 

Their repertoire spans from Celtic to Delta Blues and classical to pop with a healthy dose 
of unique original material filling out the mix.

Menu: "Southerern Hospitality” is the theme for this series. Applewood smoked beef brisket 
and pork shoulder will be served with creamy 
or sweet chili vinegar slaw and bacon baked
beans with your choice 
of sauces.

Chef Tim will serve up some good ol’ traditional banana cream pie for dessert. Beverages are included in the dinner package.

A la carte items will also be available on show nights.

Tickets available at the Box Office, by phone, (262) 560-3172, and online


ComedySportz Series
Little Theater 

ComedySportz -The interactive improv experience 

Saturday, March 28, 2015
Family Show: 5 p.m. 
Late Show: 7 p.m.  

Tickets: Adults & Seniors $18, College Students & Younger $10
(Reserved Seating)
Service Fees May Apply

ComedySportz is an all Improv, all suggestion based comedy show,
fun for all ages. Two teams of “Actletes” get 
suggestions from the
audience, create scenes onstage, and compete for your laughs!
You decide what each scene is 
about, you decide who you think is
funnier, and you decide who wins!

If you haven’t guessed yet  the most important part of the show
is YOU!
 Bring your kids, bring your grandma and bring your friends!
Great for church groups, birthdays 
and team building events! 

Come join us for dinner, snacks and/or refreshments. All
ComedySportz shows will feature Cousins Subs, Rocky Rococo 
Pizza, 
chips, beverages and desserts, including Mrs. Wonn-derful’s
Cake Balls
!

Pizza and sub combo meal deals are available! Items also sold
separately.

Tickets available at the Box Office
by phone, (262) 560-3172, and online


 
 

Visual Arts Series

Wisconsin Regional Art Program - WRAP

April 20 - May 30, 2015

No Reception

This well-known regional art show coordinated by WRAA – Wisconsin Regional
Artists Association, WRAP – Wisconsin Regional Art Program 
and the
Waukesha Creative Arts League will finish out the visual arts series for this
season. Regional exhibits and workshops include guest 
artist lectures and/or
workshops.

Participants are judged and state award works are eligible to exhibit at the
Annual State Art Exhibition 
Conference held in September each year in Madison.
WRAP exhibits/workshops began in 1940 to encourage the creative growth of 
Wisconsin non-professional artists from rural areas.

For more information, visit www.wraawrap.com.


District Events - Drama
Neucdecker Mainstage

110 Stories
by SarahTuft

Presented by The OHS Players

7:30 p.m. April 30, May -12, 2015 and
4 p.m. May 3, 2015

Tickets: Adults $14.50, Seniors & College Students $11.50
High School & Younger $19.50
(Reserved Seating)
Service Fees May Apply

110 Stories captures the grief and resilience of New York City in the
wake of September 11th through the words of 
those who experienced
it directly—not only the firefighters and police, but the ironworkers,
chaplains, K9 handlers, 
nurses, photojournalists and the homeless 
who witnessed the horrific events and saved lives that day, too.
Together these 
unflinching first-person testimonials offer catharsis
by revealing the hope, humor and compassion that emerged in the 
midst of this tragedy.

Memorializing 9/11 by sharing the stories no one saw on the news,
this play is a powerful and 
humanizing account of New York City’s 
darkest day—nearly 15 years later.

“Instead of exploiting the despair of that day, 
this production captures the moments afterward,
when survivors found 
strength they didn’t know they had.”
- The New York Post

$2 from every ticket sold will go toward the 2015 OHS Player Fringe Festival trip.

Tickets available at the Box Office
by phone, (262) 560-3172, and online


Service fees apply to online,
telephone and day of show walk-ups
 

 

Service fees apply to online, 
telephone and day of show walk-ups

Neucdecker Mainstage

Alan Safier plays George Burns in
Say Goodnight Gracie 

2 p.m. Sunday, May 17, 2015

Tickets: Adults $34, Seniors & College Students $30
High School & Younger $16 
(Reserved Seating)
Service Fees May Apply

Spend a hilarious, heart-warming afternoon in the uplifting company of the 
world’s favorite and funniest centenarian, George Burns. This solo 
performance stars, Alan Safier, who brings George to life in this tender, 
funny life-affirming play based on the real love story of George Burns 
and his wife, Gracie Allen.

Say Goodnight Gracie is Broadway’s third-longest running solo performance, 
won the National Broadway Theatre Award for Best Play and was nominated 
for a Tony Award.

Tickets available at the Box Office
by phone, (262) 560-3172, and online

District Events - Variety Show
Neucdecker Mainstage

First Annual OHS Super Showcase

Presented by The OHS Players

7:30 p.m. April 30, May -12, 2015 and
4 p.m. May 3, 2015

The standing tradition of showcase talent shows produced for the OHS
students only, will move into the Dr. Patricia E. Neudecker Stage for
the first time for a public showing. This popular variety show will
feature OHS students. You may even see a few special cameo’s
from the staff and community! Fun for the whole family.

Proceeds to benefit the OAC/OHS Arts Center Facility Renewal Fund.

Tickets available at the Box Office
by phone, (262) 560-3172, and online

 

Service fees apply to online,
telephone and day of show walk-ups

  
  
  

 

    

 

 

 

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