The Littlest Mermaid
February 8 – February 27
Muriel, a sweet young mermaid, finds herself lost on a girls’ outing while visiting Great Salt Lake. Rescued by a group of mountain mermaids, she is magically transformed into one of their kind. Muriel can only change back when the handsome young Eagle Scout of her dreams returns her love. There is one catch, however—to win his love, she must not use her beautiful voice, but only body language (while still being an appropriate young lady, of course). What a conundrum! Will true love prevail? Bring the family and find out!
The Phantom of the OBT
April 2 – May 1
Did you know there is a phantom who haunts the Off Broadway Theatre? It’s true, and you will learn all about him in this musical parody written by Eric Jensen. The Phantom falls in love with a young performer, Christine, who unfortunately is waiting for her true love, Raul. The Phantom steals the young girl away, and it is up to Raul and his friends to rescue the fair maiden. With plenty of beautiful music and hilarious action, Phantom is phamily-phriendly phun!
The Wicked Wizard of Ahhs
June 4 – June 26
A young girl flies off to the land of Ahhs, where she encounters a witch ready to destroy her. The young girl befriends a Scarecrow, a Tin Man, and a Lion who help her find the all-powerful and wise wizard, who will be able to return her to her homeland. Click your heels and come to Draper this spring, because there’s no place like OBT for you and your family to laugh!
The Importance of Being Earnest
(an adaptation by Eric R. Jensen)
August 6 – August 28
Two men during England’s Victorian Era fall in love with two young ladies who are fixated on becoming engaged to a man named Ernest. Both men adopt the pseudonym, and try to win the approval of Lady Bracknell, to hilarious results. This classic comedy of wit and manners has been adapted by Eric R. Jensen for sidesplitting laughs the entire family will enjoy. A must-see!
Dracula vs. Henry Botter
October 1 – October 30
Young Wizard Henry Botter and his classmates have a new teacher—one with evil intentions. Students mysteriously wind up dead and drained of blood, and it’s up to Henry to solve the crime. When Henry’s teacher steals the Vampire stone, Henry and others realize that the real culprit is Dracula, and they must take him down. This Halloween comedy will make you laugh-a-kis-might-a-kis with your entire family-osa!
The Grouch Who Stole Christmas
November 5 – November 27
Christmas is coming, but the Grouch wants nothing to do with it. His Neighbor and Landlord, Mr. Rod Sheers, evicts the Grouch and all of his friends from Sesame Seed Street, and they must find a way to return the Neighbors back to their homes by stealing away the deeds from the bad guy. Your heart will grow three sizes after seeing this hilarious parody. Bring your family and friends!