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OAC Special Events
Patio Stage 

The OAC Annual Open House
6 to 8 p.m. Saturday, July 11, 2015

The community is invited to walk through the Oconomowoc Arts Center while enjoying the live entertainment of Tom Klubertanz and Andy Zietlow on the patio stage. Klubertanz is the award-winning director of the Oconomowoc High School theater program.  

Many local dance and community service groups will also be on hand in the lobby with informational tables.

In addition, the OAC will be serving free brats, burgers and hot dogs with all the fixings thanks to Fox Brother's Piggly Wiggly. 

Free and Open to the Public. Check out the 2015/16 season lineup and take advantage of the special discounts at the Box Office for early purchases.

Visual Arts
OAC Lobby 

"Wisconsin and Afar"
July 11 - Oct 3, 2015

Artists: Anne Raskopf and Heidi Hallett

Reception: 6 to 7 p.m. Saturday, Sept 19, prior to Tom Wopat performance at 7:30 p.m.  

The exhibit, Wisconsin and Afar, will explore Wisconsin’s
through the facades and faces that surround us and through the distant influences on our buildings and way of life. The paintings will offer hints of those that came before us and the cultures they brought along with them. Much can be told through our unspoken images, and these images may recall nearly forgotten stories enabling them to be shared

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

District Events
Neudecker Main Stage 

Suitcase Dreams - An OHS Fringe Performance
7:30 p.m. Friday & Saturday, July 24 & 25, 2015

The OHS Players present Suitcase Dreams, the play they will be taking to the Edinburg Fringe Festival through the American High School Theatre Festival. Oconomowoc’s theater program was one of just 40 schools  selected from more than 2,200 high schools from the US and Canada. Only 10 schools from Wisconsin have performed at the Fringe and OHS is one of just four schools in the state to be invited to the festival twice in the last 20 years.

Unpacking stories of great and small adventures, brave departures, wrenching farewells and the things that travelers choose to carry, Oconomowoc High School Players weave drama comedy, absurdity, and fantasy with a physical style of storytelling combining both live and recorded music.

Suitcase Dreams was created by Tony Award-winning actress Karen Olivo, acclaimed New York City Directory Tyler Marchant, nationally produced playwright Gwendolyn Rice and co-artistic directors of Theatre LILA, and Wisconsive natives, Jessica Lanius and Milke Lawler. This can't miss new play will showcase the best theatrical talent Wisconsin has to offer. 

General Admission Tickets will be available at the door
Adults $15 / Students $10

Special Events
Neudecker Main Stage 

SummerStage presents A Day for Grace
7:30 p.m. Thursday, Sept 10, 2015 

Written and Performed by Doug Vincent
Original Music by Sam Llanas (formerly of the BoDeans)
Music Direction and Directed by Gary Tanin

A Day of Grace is a heartwarming play of hope and triumph over adversity. The play deals with alcoholism, bullying, drug addiction, dysfunctional families, mental illness and suicide. Vincent began writing the play after his father ended his life. Coincidentally, everyone involved in the production also lost a family member in the same tragic way. This will be a powerful performance! 

Tickets can be purchased online at summer-stage.org, at the SummerStage downtown Delafield office or at the OAC one hour prior to the event. 

Tickets: $10 - Tickets are NOT available through the OAC Website or Box Office






Made possible by the generous support of The Oconomowoc Area Foundation


SERVICE FEES apply to Online, Telephone Orders
and Day of Show Walk-ups

Neudecker Series
Dr Patricia Neudecker Main Stage

Tom Wopat - I've Got Your Number
7:30 p.m. Saturday, Sept 19, 2015

Well-known Broadway stage and screen actor, Tom Wopat will be singing jazz-inspired versions of contemporary classics from his CD, I’ve Got Your Number. People remember Wopat in his role as Luke Duke in the long-running 1979-85 television series, The Dukes of Hazzard. Born in Lodi, WI, Wopat attended the University of Wisconsin–Madison, and went on to achieve television and Broadway fame, as well as a successful music career.

The Wisconsin Tommy Awards recognizing excellence in high school musical theater were named after Wopat.

Reserved Seating
Adults $39 / Seniors (60 & older) and College Students $35 / High School & Younger $16

Special Events
OAC Little Theater

Michael Perry
Is He Still Yappin'

7:30 p.m. Thursday & Friday, Oct 1 & 2, 2015

Join author, humorist, musician and radio host, Michael Perry, for a freewheeling evening of “behind the pages” stories drawn from the hilarious and heartfelt stories that fill his bestselling books. 

Oconomowoc’s own, Books & Company, will be on hand to sell Mr. Perry’s books at each show.

General Admission Tickets: $20 


SERVICE FEES apply to Online, Telephone Orders and Day of Show Walk-ups

SERVICE FEES apply to Online, Telephone Orders 
and Day of Show Walk-ups

Special Events
Dr Patricia Neudecker Main Stage

Joseph Lecher 
Autumn Preludes
7 p.m. Saturday, Oct 3, 2015

Distinguished pianist Josephy Lecher started his instrumental career at age 11, but his professional studies began when he was age 20. He credits the 2002 Roman Polanski film The Pianist as the impetus for reengaging himself in the study of the piano after high school and a few directionless semesters at a local university. He enrolled in private lessons at Hartland Music and met Margarita Kontorovsky who started his true education of music. She offered profound insight into the great works of the master composers and pushed him to pursue his academic pathway. Join him in this professional concert, celebrating classic composers and the season of fall.

The program includes: J.S. Bach - 6 Little Preludes, Beethoven - Piano Sonata 17 in D minor “The Tempest” Op. 31 no. 2 and Chopin - 24 Preludes, Op. 28.

Reserved Seating
Adults $15 / High School & Younger $10 








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