PRODUCTION
HISTORY
BY SEASON

2013
• A CLOSER WALK with PATSY CLINE
• DOGPARK the Musical
• NUNSENSATIONS - the Nunsense Las Vegas Revue
• 'S WONDERFUL - the New Gershwin Musical
• The WIZARD of PANTO-LAND

2012
• LET'S MISBEHAVE
• THE BIG BANG
• LIFE COULD BE A DREAM
• SONG AND DANCE
• WINTER WONDERETTES

2011
• The Daly News
• Holmes & Watson Save the Empire
• The Marvelous Wonderettes
• What A Glorious Feeling
• Cabaret Christmas

2010
• Red, White & Tuna
• Whodunit
• I Love You, You're Perfect, Now Change
• Riffin' & Tappin'
• The Wizard of Panto-Land

2009
• Kickin' the Clouds Away
• The Mystery of Irma Vep
• The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee
• What's Goin' On: Songs of the '70s
• Holiday Memories

2008
• The Lady with All the Answers
• Altar Boyz
• archy and mehitabel
• A Brief History of White Music
• Ali Baba

2007
• Guys On Ice

• Western Civilization: The Complete Musical (abridged)
• Smokey Joe's Cafe
• I Love You, You're Perfect, Now Change
• Plaid Tidings

2006
• Honky Tonk Laundry
• tick, tick ... BOOM!
• Five Guys Named Moe
• Return to Planet Lisa
• Cindy Rella

2005
• Ellington: The Life & Music of the Duke
• Forever Plaid
• Tapestry: The Songs of Carole King
• Five Course Love
• SantaLand Diaries

2004
• LisaKoch: Two's Company... I'm a Crowd
• They Came From Way Out There
• 4 Guys Named Jose... and Una Mujer Named Maria
• Pete 'n' Keely
• Snow White & Several Dweebs

2003
• The Last 5 Years
• The Bachelors
• Pageant
• My Way: A Musical Tribute to Frank Sinatra
• Parcel From America


2002
• The Polish Diva from Milwaukee
• Cupid & Psyche
• Route 66
• The All Night Strut
• Snow White and Several Dweebs

2001
• On My Way
• King of Cool
• Guys on Ice
• EAT-TV
• Gunmetal Blues
• 'Tis the Season

2000
• King of Cool
• The Complete
• History of America (abridged)
• Suds
• Something's Afoot
• The Holiday Broadcast of 1943

1999
• Nunsense Jamboree
• The Shakespeare Revue
• Pump Boys & Dinettes
• A...My Name Will Always Be Alice
• Full Circle


1998
• The Taffetas
• The Compleat Works of Wllm. Shkspr. (Abridged)
• Song of Singapore
• Chaps
• Ali Baba: A Tale of Arabian Delights

1997
• Sing for Your Supper
• Woody Guthrie's American Song
• Five Guys Named Moe
• EAT-TV
• A Tuna Christmas

1996
• A Closer Walk with Patsy Cline
• Side by Side by Sondheim
• Ain't Misbehavin'
• The Mystery of Irma Vep
• Holiday Memories

1995
• Leona! The Musical
• Forever Plaid
• Dames at Sea
• Sweet & Hot - The Music of Harold Arlen
• Panto-Monium: A Cindy Rella Story

1994
• The Kathy and Mo Show
• Greater Tuna
• Beehive
• The World Goes 'Round
• Alice in Panto-Land

1993
• Loveletters
• Gunmetal Blues
• Little Shop of Horrors
• Fascinating Rhythm
• Holiday Broadcast of 1943

1992
• La Mome Piaf
• Fascinating Rhythm
• Nunsense
• Working
• Panto-Monium: A Cindy Rella Story

1991
• The Mystery of Irma Vep
• Nite Club Confidential
• Miracle at Graceland
• Starting Here, Starting Now
• Gifts of the Heart

1990
• Bullshot Crummond
• A Day in Hollywood/A Night in the Ukraine
• Oil City Symphony
• Gifts of the Heart

1989
• The Amazing Pink Things
• Pump Boys and Dinettes
• archy & mehitabel
• The Holiday Broadcast of 1943

1988
• Sh'Bop/The Fab Fifties
• Tintypes
• Greater Tuna
• The Holiday Broadcast of 1943

1987
• Sh'Bop/The Fab Fifties
• Texas Chainsaw Manicurist
• A...My Name is Alice
• Quilters
• Memories of Christmas
• Late Night Cabaret

1986
• Dames at Sea
• Memories of Christmas

Our History

Ashland's First Baptist Church was built on the corner of First and Hargadine in 1911. The building was sold in the late 1960s and though it went through several owners over the next fifteen years, the building remained vacant and subject to deterioration and vandalism. At one point it was painted bright pink, creating a very noticeable landmark known locally as "the Old Pink Church."
In 1982 the boarded-up pink building was purchased by Craig Hudson who began a meticulous renovation to restore the structure to its 1911 appearance, including replication of many of the stained glass windows. New features to the building include the landscaped gardens, tiered seating and service areas. The magnificent crystal chandelier and other theatre appointments were salvaged from a 1927 movie palace in Lansdale, Pennsylvania.

Starting out with 30 performances in 1986, OCT has steadily grown and now annually presents more than 270 performances of 5 shows in our year-round season (early February through December 31). We have also created 15 original shows and continue to develop new works.

OCT is now a well-established Ashland attraction, popular with visitors and local patrons alike. Its uniquely inviting ambience and consistently high-quality productions have earned OCT a nationwide reputation for excellence that keeps its 140 seats full, six shows a week all year-round.

 




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