The Dog Park

A friendly play about our "best friends" by Beth Batson

October 20-22 & 27-29                                              Target Audience: Family

Friends in the neighborhood frequently meet at the local Dog Park with their pets. Much conversation and activity centers around their dogs and the devotion they all have for each other. The story also deals with the difficulty a person has dealing with the loss of a pet, a true member of the family. This play is produced in partnership with local animal shelters and the Humane Society as a fundraiser to aid them in their work.

Wait Until Dark

 Mystery/Thriller by Frederick Knott 

 August 11-13 & 18-20                                          Target Audience: Teen/Adult

A con man and two ex-convicts trace the location of a mysterious doll filled with heroin to the apartment of Sam Hendrix and his blind wife, Susy. Sam had been persuaded by a strange woman to transport the doll to Canada. When the woman is murdered, the three thieves convince Susy that Sam is wanted for the murder, and a deadly game of cat and mouse ensues. Susy knows that the only way to win is to turn off all the lights.

​Lunatics at Large

Mystery/Comedy/Thriller by James Reach

February 9-11 & 16-18                                                     Target: All Audiences

​Along with "John Alden", "Mr. Hyde" and the rest in that play, you'll meet among others: Don Cutter, who runs a "nuthouse" on the side, his lovely bride, Lucille, arch villain Amos Burke, and Wing, that erudite quotation spouting Chinese who's been boning up on Charlie Chan. There are thrills and loads of laughter awaiting you---and a murder too---as old meanie Burke gets himself killed off. Wing finally unmasks the murderer, but not before the audience is left limp with excitement and laughter.

Tickets purchased through Paypal will be held at the box office.

Friday and Saturday night performances begin at 8:00 PM. Sunday matinees begin at 2:30 PM.



Friday & Saturday evening performances begin at  8:00 PM. Sunday matinees begin at 2:30 PM.

Individual show tickets are $14 for adults and $8 for students

Tickets purchased through Paypal will be held at the box office.

Oconee Community Theatre

Gold, Frankincense, Christmas Tree Ornaments, and Myrrh

A Christmastime fantasy for the whole family by Thomas Ohlson

December 14, 15 at 8:00 PM & 16, 17 at 2:30 PM and 8:00 PM

Written specifically for Christmas, it is based on both the traditional Christmas stories and modern inventions, tells of the birth and boyhood of Christ, and of his growing awareness of his destiny. It also tells of a would-be fourth wise man and his comic attempts to capitalize on the coming of the Messiah. It is a charming, novel play on an ancient theme. Especially timed for the Christmas season, the play emphasizes that the Christmas message is being lost through materialism, commercialism, and flimsy extraneousness.

* There will be a special production of a children's play in April.

Details and dates to be announced.

Half & Half​

Comedy by James Sherman

April 20-22 & 27-29                                                     Target Audience: Adult

​Half and Half explores marriages past and present. In the first act, set at a breakfast in 1970, the husband reads the newspaper and the homemaker wife fries the eggs. In act two, at a breakfast taking place on a morning in 2005, the career-minded wife reads the paper and the stay-at-home husband cooks the frittata. We get a comic look at how husbands and wives accept and reject their roles, and how their roles have changed. An interesting parallel is created between the two generations, making for a very poignant comedy about marriage. Filled with wit and biting humor.

Look Who's Laughing​

Comedy by John Randall

June 8-10 & 15-17                                                Target Audience: Teen/Adult

​​Henry Crocker's family has long been in dread of his tantrums which are worse now due to business reverses. So when Jed Tracy visits the family, Henry's long suffering wife sees a chance for action. Jed is Henry's idol who saved his life in the war and was his commanding officer. She gets Jed to bet Henry he can't go for a week without losing his temper. Of course, everything goes wrong that week---enough to make anyone blow his stack. A comic and rollicking look at learning self-control.