Oxford Area Community Theatre
There's more magic to come in OxACT's 2003-04 season.
What a line-up we have!
A delightful musical review based on the words and music of Cole Porter.
Directed by Ginger Scott.
Cole celebrates the life of Cole Porter through more than 40 songs, including Night and Day, What Is This Thing Called Love?, I Ger a Kick Out of You, Brush Up Your Shakespeare, In The Still of the Night, Begin the Beguine, and I Love Paris.
Performances: November 5 & 7-9, 2003
A RAISIN IN THE SUN
by Larraine Hansberry
Directed by Dan Britt, in collaboration with the African American Theatre Company of Butler County.
"The play that changed American theater forever," reported the New York Times, it won a Tony award in 1973 and was produced for television in 1989, as well as a highly acclaimed movie starring Sidney Poitier. Raisin was the first play written by an African American woman to hit the Broadway stage.
Performances: Late February/early March 2004 (specific dates tba)
THE SUBJECT WAS ROSES
Directed by Bill Brewer
Winner of the Pulitzer Prize, Roses won the Tony award and Drama Critics award in 1965. A later version for television starred Patricia Neal, Martin Sheen, and Jack Albertson, who recreated the roles they originated on Broadway.
Performances: May, 2004 (specific dates tba)
NEW BOX OFFICE LOCATION!
We are fortunate to collaborate with Miami University Art Museum as our box office location for this year! Open daily during the school year, with ample parking and helpful volunteers, this is a convenient location for our Oxford and out-of-town patrons
Please remember that our box office is run by volunteers, who need to take care of their primary business before attending to OxACT ticket sales. Please DO NOT phone the Art Museum to inquire about tickets--use the OxACT ticket line at 513-523-OACT (6228).
$A BUCK FOR THE ARTS$
Our new ticket prices, $10 adult and $8 senior/student, reflect an automatic donation to the Oxford Community Arts Center (OCAC). Theater and arts groups in Oxford and the Talawanda schools are joining us this season in raising funds for the OCAC. For more info on the progress of the Center, visit their website at www.oxfordartscenter.org.
SEASON TICKET PRICES this season are $27 adult and $21 senior/student, which includes a $3 donation to the OCAC.
For more information, phone 513-523-OACT (6228).
Write: P.O. Box 535, Oxford, OH 45056
We have been experiencing what we hope will be temporary difficulties with our original web address, oxact.org. It is a long, tangled story of corporate mismanagement and the convoluted subject of internet ethics and legality. In a nutshell, our former hosting company went out of business, and has refused to release control of their registered domain names. Even after our registration expired, the domain name has continued to be unavailable. We have established this new address, oxfordact.org, to maintain our web presence until we can re-register our much loved oxact.org domain. We regret any inconvenience or confusion this may have caused, and hope we will regain access to our original domain soon.
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Oxford Area Community Theatre