Osceola Arts has announced their 2019-2020 theatre season which will kick off this September.
The Addams Family – September 27 thru October 13: When a family of outsiders comes to dinner, the Addams family finds their dark and spooky lifestyle turned upside-down. During one night, this notoriously quirky family must face the one thing that scares them most: change!
White Christmas – December 6 thru December 22: Add two veteran soldiers, two talented singing sisters and a Vermont lodge at Christmas together and you get this beloved holiday musical! Sprinkle in 17 Irving Berling holiday songs and you have the perfect holiday treat for the whole family!
Moon Over Buffalo – January 24 thru February 9: The year is 1953 and George and Charlotte Hay find themselves struggling to perform two classic plays at a local repertory theatre. Amidst family crises, infidelity, and binge drinking, the company hilariously tries to pull it all together for their special matinee visitor, Hollywood hotshot Frank Capra.
How to Succeed in Business – February 28 thru March 15: In this musical satire of big business, window-washer J. Pierrepont Finch stumbles upon a little handbook about flourishing with very little effort. While following these instructions, he quickly climbs the corporate ladder and must decide if this new success is worth the cost of love.
Arcadia – April 17 thru May 3: This play takes place in a single room on the Coverly estate while transitioning between 1809 and today. In 1809 the young lady of the house is tutored in the ways of literature and science while the current inhabitants of the house work to unravel the mysteries of the time, truth and love during the 1800’s.
And Then There Were None – June 12 thru June 28: Ten strangers are invited to a remote island. Each one has their own unsavory past they are unwilling to reveal. Each one has been accused of murder. Each one has a target on their back. Each one is eventually picked off. All but one. Which one will remain to complete the ominous nursery rhyme.
Priscilla, Queen of the Desert – July 17 thru August 2*: This funny, vibrant, disco-filled musical follows two drag queens and a transgender woman as they travel across the country in Priscilla, their lavender bus. On their trip, the trio encounters some unique characters and situations while expanding comfort zones and touching hearts along the way. *Recommended for mature audiences.
Osceola Arts also announces two new limited engagement productions:
Dogfight – October 25 thru November 3*: Based on the 1991 film, this musical follows a young soldier as he looks for a last minute date to a party. Enter kind, simple and trusting Rose and what starts out as a cruel invitation ends in a timeless lesson of love and compassion. *Recommended for mature audiences.
Once on This Island – March 27 thru April 5: When a peasant girl falls in love with a wealthy boy from the other side of their tropical island, she begins a difficult journey to prove love is stronger than death. Guided by the powerful Calypso gods, Ti Moune ultimately breaks the societal wall and unites the people of her island.
Season ticket packages will allow access to all seven productions, for a total of $140. Limited engagement productions will be able to be added on to a season ticket for a reduced price. Single show tickets can be purchased for $25 per show for Adults, or $20 per show for Seniors and Students. Season Ticket packages can be purchased by visiting or calling the Box Office at 407-846-6257. All single show tickets can be purchased online at OsceolaArts.org or by visiting or calling the Box Office.