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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.

 

 

 

Neudecker Mainstage

Tannahill Weavers

With a special performance by the Cronin Irish Dancers

2 p.m. Sunday, 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


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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


 

 

 

 

 

 


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 Truchan 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: 7:30 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
Neudecker 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

Neudecker 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
Neudecker 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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