Our 2015-2016 Season
The star of this production, Sylvia, is a dog. Yes, really. Well, sort of. Played by Sarah Jessica Parker on Broadway, Sylvia inspires a man in a mid-life crisis to adopt her. His wife, with kids off to college and a new life in Manhattan, is less than inspired. The conflict will leave you laughing...and in tears.
Directed by Britt Hanson
Sylvia is a dog. Expect vulgar language.
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Announcing the final Open Stage nights of the 2015-2016 season! These “who knows what will happen next?” performance art events are coming up soon, on March 25 and April 8. Both exciting evenings begin at the earlier start time of 7:00 pm, and both take place on our home stage at Central School Project, 43 Howell Avenue in Old Bisbee. Contact “Obscure” Rae for venue and technical information and needs. Call 520-432-2901 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Come early to sign in.
If you enjoy an evening of grassroots Bisbee-style entertainment and fun, Open Stage is the place to be, whether on stage or in the audience. Either spot, or both, costs a dollar, so BOP can pay the rent. You can’t afford to miss it!
Expect Adult Language & Situations
A beloved memory play drawn from the life of the playwright. Tom Wingfield has a poet’s soul and a job in a shoe factory. This classic drama invites us into his family’s dysfunctional and delusional world. A beautiful story, touching, charming, and inevitably tragic.
Directed by Rae E. Jones
November 27, 28,
December 4 & 5 at 7:30 pm
November 29 & December 6 at 3:00 pm
Bisbee’s Obscure Productions is incorporated as an Arizona nonprofit and has Federal nonprofit status under the umbrella of Cochise County Learning Advisory Council — Tax ID# 86-068-4625. All contributions are greatly appreciated and tax deductible. Your donation will help to keep community theater alive and growing in Bisbee.
February 28 & March 6 at 3:00 pm
Winner of the 2000 Olivier Award for Best Musical, this is a heartwarming show for the whole family. Honk! is a retelling of The Ugly Duckling with one of BOP’s best multi-generational casts. Ugly meets a world of great characters and discovers that being yourself is the best and different is the way to be.
Directed by C. Gilles-Brown
Musical Direction by Ben Caron
Follow five unforgettable friends, who met on a college swim team. Each summer they meet on a beach to re-forge those friendships. We’ll see four pivotal weekends over 33 years. The women needle and tease, meddle and laugh, through trivial frustrations and life-changing events.
Directed by Mitchell A. Reed-Tattan