Let’s Play: Day Time Shows

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  • Monday November 3 at 10:30 am
  • Friday November 7 at 1 pm
  • Saturday November 8 at 10:30 am

612 4th Ave E, right across from City Hall

$5, cash or check at the door!

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BFG promo, photo credit, Dinea de Photo

photo credit, Dinea de Photo

“Heal your Heel”

Science Show #2!

Monday, November 17th at 10:30!

OFT’s Science and Nature Series show number 2- all about how the body heals.  Performance is approximately 45 minutes and includes audience participation.  Come join us- appropriate for all ages!

Perfect for home school and un- school groups, as well as classes on field trips. 

$5 per person, cash or check at the door. If you’re bringing a large group- give us a call so that we can save space! 

Jordan and Heather, 2013 tour show

Red Riding hoodRed Riding Hood, Granny“Tiny shows for tiny tots.”

Scroll to the bottom of the page to see a video!

These dynamic, interactive shows are suitable for ALL ages.  They are between 20-35 minutes in length and perfect for the very youngest of audience members- toddlers, preschoolers and up.  Giggles guaranteed.

Performances are generally held the first Monday, Friday and Saturday of every month, each time a new story and a new reason to love theater. 2014-15 shows are all adapted and directed by Kate Ayers and performed by beloved local actors.

Want us to come to your school? Call us for details about our On The Move program: 360-570-1638.

2014-15 Shows will be at our NEW HOME! 612 4th Ave in downtown Olympia- right across the street from City Hall.

Admission is just $5 per person – CASH or CHECK only please-  payable at the door when you arrive. If you’re bringing a big group, give us a call to make sure we have space!



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