BOX OFFICE HOURS
Box Office: 262-560-3172
Monday - 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Tuesday - Wednesday & Friday - Noon to 5 p.m.
Thursday - 4 to 7 p.m.
In addition, 90 minutes before show times
Everyone must have a ticket for admittance
OAC Third Annual “Arts In Bloom” Gala
6 to 9 p.m. Saturday, April 21 | La Belle Golf Club
Village of Lac La Belle
The third annual Arts In Bloom Gala fundraiser for the Oconomowoc
Arts Center includes a sit-down dinner, silent and live auctions, live
entertainment and music and a celebration of the OAC’s upcoming season.
Proceeds will benefit the Building Preservation Fund to help maintain and
upgrade the arts center.
For information and to receive an invitation to the Arts In Bloom Gala event,
email email@example.com or call the OAC box office at 262-560-3172.
If you would like to be a sponsor or donate items to this event, please contact
Michael Duncan, OAC director at firstname.lastname@example.org.
TICKETS: $75 Per Person | $750 Table of 10
7 p.m. Friday & Saturday, April 27 & 28
Three guys, two acoustic guitars and lots of great songs! The
3M Trio specializes in tight harmony vocals by groups like the Eagles,
Crosby Stills & Nash, the Beatles, Doobie Brothers, Beach Boys and
more. Mike Miller and Ted McCabe were in the same rock & roll
band at Oconomowoc High School in the late 60s. Brian Mitchell
joined them in the popular rock band called the Piles of Rhythm.
Together, 3M is known for getting audiences to tap their feet and
sing along to songs we all know and love.
TICKETS: $32 Adults | $18 HS Students & Military Personnel (with ID)
Dessert and Beverages provided complements of the OAC
April 20 – May 19
Annual WRAP Art Show
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The OHS Players Present William Shakespeare's
As You Like It
7:30 p.m. Thursday, Friday & Saturday,
May 3, 4 & 5 & 2 p.m. Saturday, May 5 | Neudecker Stage
Of all of Shakespear's comedies, As You Like It is one of the greatest. The heroine,
Rosalind, has more lines than any of Shakespeare's female characters and is one of his most
inspiring. Rosalind, the daughter of a banished duke falls in love with Orlando, the dis-
inherited son of one of the duke's friends. When she is banished from the court by her
usurping uncle, Duke Fredrick, Rosalind takes on the appearance of a boy named Ganymede.
She travels with her cousin, Celia, and the jester, Touchstone, to the Forest of Arden, where
her father and his friends live in exile. New friends are made and familes are reunited in this
play about life and love.
TICKETS: $15 Adults | $12 HS Students & Military Personnel (with ID)
Restoring Oconomowoc’s Orchestral History
The Chatfield instruments were donated to the
Oconomowoc Area School District by Frank
Chatfield in 1937. They were comprised of two
violins, one viola and a cello. Chatfield, a long-time
city planner for Oconomowoc, took up the hobby
of building and repairing stringed instruments,
most notably, violins, violas and cellos.
He harvested wood for his instruments from trees
in the Lac La Belle Area, and some of that wood,
which still exists, will be used to repair the instruments.
The donated instruments were used by students for
several decades until they fell into disrepair and were
eventually put in storage.
In 2015 OHS Principal Joseph Moylan had a decision to make, whether to
dispose of the instruments or preserve them. He chose to save them, but
not just for museum status. After consulting renowned luthier, Scott Sleider
of Wauwatosa, it was determined that the instruments could be restored to
The first instrument to be completed will be the cello in early 2018 with
the others to follow shortly thereafter. The four instruments will be
featured in a special concert in late spring of 2018 at the conclusion
of the OAC 10th anniversary season.
For further information on the Chatfield Project or to make a tax
deductable contribution, click here.
The Chatfield Project will be funded through private donations from
members of the community and local charitable organizations, grant
monies and a noteworthy fundraising event.
This summer, OAC Director, Michael Duncan, received a donation of nine stringed
instruments which were transformed into one‐of‐a‐kind works of art by local and
regional artists. The collection will be auctioned off to the highest bidders to
benefit the Chatfield Project.
To view the instruments or to place your bid, visit biddingowl.com
Oconomowoc Chamber Orchestra
“Music and the Lakes”
7 p.m. Saturday, May 19 | Neudecker Main Stage
With the 2018 Chatfield Award Presentation
TICKETS: $24 Adults
$12 HS Students & Younger & Military Personnel (with ID)
One Night in Memphis
Johnny Cash, Carl Perkins, Elvis Presley &
Jerry Lee Lewis Tribute Music Show
4 p.m. Sunday, May 20 | Neudecker Main Stage
There’s a whole lot of shakin’ going on! Get ready for a night of rockabilly, country,
gospel and pure 1950’s rock androll with One Night in Memphis. The high energy
concert takes the audience back to Dec 4, 1956, the night when four of the
biggest names in early rock and roll - Elvis Presley, Carl Perkins, Jerry Lee Lewis
and Johnny Cash - gathered together for an impromptu jam session at the
legendary Sam Phillips’ Sun Studios in Memphis.
The nationally-acclaimed cast members are backed by an energetic rockabilly
band for a rock and roll royalty jam session with the legendary performers whose
music has stood the test of time.
TICKETS: $36 Adults | $32 Seniors (60+) & College Students
$18 HS Students & Younger & Military Personnel (with ID)
June 1 – 24
Various Artists from Fine Art Montage
Reception: 6 - 7:30 p.m. Thursday, June 8
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