2015 Season

Hunger Game of Thrones

01.16.15 – 02.21.15

Our winter production takes place in a strange land where hunger is common: a hunger for food, for power, and for betrayal. This family-friendly comedy follows the tale of a beautiful archer who not only brings peace to her homeland but thwarts corrupt tyrant kings who have illegally and villainously usurped the throne. A sharp, funny show that will hit the bull’s-eye with you and yours.

Indianapolis Jones

03.06.15 – 04.11.15

Back by popular demand, this side-splitting adventure/comedy follows treasure-hunting Indianapolis Jones searching for Pandora’s Box through shrines, caves, and an evil temple. (But don’t worry: There is no Evil Temple Square!) Joined by his young sidekick and his bumbling old father, he encounters Thuggees, sadistic Nazis, and one gigantic rolling rock. But all will be well… unless there are snakes…. Why did it have to be snakes?!?!


05.01.15 – 06.06.15

Hey, do you like superheroes? Do you like adventure? Do you like villainous gods who come to rule the earth in fear and terror? Well, if you liked that last one, you really need to get some help. This musical comical parody written by Rob MacArthur tells the story of a group of American superheroes who fight mythological gods and hopefully come out on top… gods bless America.

The Compleat Wrks of Wllm Shkspr (Abridged)

06.19.15 – 07.18.15

I know, you’re thinking, “Finally, a boring, serious show at the OBT that we can turn up our noses at!” Well no such luck… This side-splitting comedy classic written by Adam Long, Daniel Singer, and Jess Winfield, parodies all of William Shakespeare’s plays, in just less than two hours. After watching this you’ll want to laugh, you’ll wish for more, you’ll wish you paid attention in English class. A hilarious romp.

Jurassic Park City

08.07.15 – 09.12.15

What happens when a dinosaur theme park opens in Park City, Utah, and the dinosaurs attack the customers? Horror, fear, terror… hilarity. This new comedy written by Eric R. Jensen will feature dinosaurs that walk and talk. (Unfortunately, the Utah-raptor will say “fetch,” “flip,” and “Oh my HECK” a lot.) This wacky comedy is going to be a must-see for children and families, so get your tickets early!

Breaking Vlad

09.25.15 – 10.31.15

This new spoof written by Logan Rogan features mild-mannered chemist Vlad Tepes who contracts vampirism. He fears his desires to bite his family, but fortunately invents a synthetic blood that satisfies his thirst and seems to give him super strength. Unfortunately, it also attracts gangs of rival monsters who want the manufactured blood. This family-friendly comedy has all kinds of spooky, silly, Halloween fun, perfect for the entire family.

The Grouch Who Stole Christmas

11.20.15 – 12.26.15

‘Twas the day before Christmas in the Yayhoos’ small world. They practiced Christmas songs, each boy and girl. They prepped for the holiday, a worthwhile endeavor. They lived upon SUESSame Street. (Ain’t that clever?) True the Yayhoos loved Christmas, the big and the small. But a Green Grouchy Monster didn’t like it at all! This fun-filled Christmastime production brings all your favorite children’s television shows together.