He organized protests and taught the cows to type. He lobbied for vacations and won mooovie nights. Now he’s running for the highest office in the land! With showy campaign numbers and barnyard election antics, you’ll be ready to vote Duck for President, no matter what side of the election you’re on.
It’s pinkerrific, pinkatastic, and back by popular demand! Pinkalicious: The Musical returns to the Newmark Theatre in November. Relive the pink pageantry, or experience it for the first time. You’re sure to fall in love with the sweet story about a girl who eats so many pink cupcakes that she turns pink. Not available for season subscription packages.
Fantasy, adventure, and mystery await four siblings when they step through the wardrobe and into the magical land of Narnia—where the icy White Witch rules and her curse ensures that the land is always crusted with snow. Together they seek to fulfill the ancient prophecy and release Narnia from eternal winter.
No cherished children’s story or famous fairy tale is precious enough to be spared from the witty sarcasm of author Jon Scieskza (author of the The True Story of the Three Little Pigs) and his narrator Jack. Lampooning childhood fables and poking fun at the theater business are all part of the script—which no one seems to be following!
In this world premiere, original adaptation, award-winning author Lois Lowry returns to the futuristic landscape that she first introduced in The Giver. A future dominated by savage human nature. The central character, Kira, is lame—her leg twisted and useless—but she is an exceptional weaver. As she weaves the story of the past, can she use her knowledge to help shape the future?
A Year with Frog and Toad follows best friends Frog and Toad as they adventure through the seasons: Speeding down snowy hills in sleds, planting springtime flowers, splashing in summer swimming holes, and diving in autumn leaves. Buoyed by rousing overtures and lovable ballads, A Year with Frog and Toad is the perfect way to celebrate the seasons of friendship.
Professor Van Helsing arrives at Whitby Insane Asylum to help Mina Murray, a most puzzling patient, and finds that her troubles are greater than anyone could imagine. A blood-thirsty vampire haunts this classic spine-tingling tale of horror and romance, which continues to hold readers spellbound a century later. Recommended for brave 10-year-olds and above.
Returning after a sold-out run last year! Join the audience of a live radio show in Portland during WWII — complete with inspiring true stories, comedic sketches, and the songs that shook the airwaves. Travel back in time for this classic holiday tradition! Recommended for ages 10 and up.
Catch OCT’s hilarious improvisation troupe! Let the YPs tickle your funny-brains. Each night the show is entirely unique, with fun-filled improv based on your suggestions and their ingenuity. Recommended for age 5 and up.