Monday - 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday - Noon to 5 p.m.
Thursday - 4 to 7 p.m.
And 90 minutes before show times
Everyone must have a ticket for admittance
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Note from the OAC
All tickets are General Admission. If calling or emailing, please leave a contact number where you can be reached and we will call you back during regular Box Office hours.
Please do not leave credit card information in messages.
The OAC is following CDC recommendations for social distancing. OAC staff and volunteers will be required to wear masks. Per CDC rules, patrons 5 and older will also required to wear masks while in the building.
TICKETS SALES END AT 5 P.M. TUESDAY, APRIL 27
OHS Players Present
Days of Wine & Roses
7 PM Thursday, April 29
7 PM Friday April 30
2 & 7 PM Saturday, May 1
A story about love and addiction Days of Wine & Roses follows a couple who meet, fall in love and fight for everything as alcohol slowly destroys their marriage, child, careers and relationships. The cycle of self-destruction ends for one of them, and hope appears while despair consumes the other, and we are left not knowing the future. This show examines how individual choices truly have far-reaching consequences, and ignoring that fact can result in devastation and heartbreak.
Days Of Wine & Roses contains mature content and includes depictions of violence.
Tickets will not be issued for this show. After your reservation is confirmed, you will receive an email with arrival time, door entry and our COVID precautions ON THE DAY OF SHOW.
Show goes on sale Monday, April 12.
We will be employing all Covid-19 safety measures throughout our time with you! Join us!
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OAC COVID Procedures
Maximum crowd size of 250
Mandatory face masks
Hand sanitizer and face masks available
Audience given suggested arrival time
Audience assigned specific door entry
OAC ushers assist with seating and exiting
Audience assigned specific seats - staggered seating assignments in groups of one to six patrons together (some groups may need to be split into two or more groups due to limitations in our socially distanced seating chart)
Tickets available via phone, email, or online (In-person sales are available, but Discouraged)
No concession sales (donations are welcome and donation baskets are set up at each entry)
No gifts for performers (gifts may be given to performers outside of the OAC after the performance)
Limited restroom use
No gathering in lobby
Watch this uplifting YouTube Video created by members of the
Wisconsin Presenters Network, including OAC director John Cramer.