We enjoyed a rousing performance of Joseph & the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat. This was our first time visiting the playhouse. We had no expectations, as community playhouses vary greatly. The theatre is small and intimate. My husband & I laughed as we'd occupied the time of the theatre salesperson on the phone for some time, deciding which seats to choose for the best view. She must have thought we were nuts wasting her time (though she was very courteous). There is no bad seat in the house as there are only about ten rows, probably less. This was an excellent production and far better than many other community plays we have seen in other towns. The impressive set was designed by the high school art class. The sound was good. The play was a hoot, it was obvious everyone - actors & audience alike, were enjoying themselves. The actors were talented & the music was great. We will return to this little playhouse, which has been operating for over 45 years. It looks like they have about 5 different plays and musicals per year & we intend to get season tickets. As the theatre is not huge, we were able to find parking and after the event, it was not an ordeal to leave. How wonderful Oak Harbor has this charming cultural gem.
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