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The Repertory

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The OCC Theatre Department Proudly Presents:

The OCC Repertory Theatre Company  (THE REP!)

 

 

Since 1985 OCCs theatre department has provided students with a theatre company of their own. The student members of The Rep create a full season of plays, incl​​​uding many original works. The students direct, act, design and do all the tasks required to run their productions.


 

 2018-2019 Repertory Productions

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THEATRE NOUVEAU

THEATRE NOUVEAU

It’s like a tasting menu for theatre! A variety of short dramatic and comic scenes will feature the talents of our newest members of the Rep along with our returning Rep members. Both modern and classical works provide something for everyone.      


September 15 & 16 at 7:30pm

Tickets are free.   Donations are gratefully accepted

Mature Audiences​


 

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SOMETHING WICKED COMES AGAIN



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Something Wicked Comes Again written by Jill Johnson    October 13 & 14, 20 & 21 at 7:30pm

The Repertory turns to the dark side for this evening of terrifying short plays.  Prepare for a scare!   

Free     Donations gratefully accepted 

Recommended for mature audiences

 

 

Purchase tickets online at occtickets.com or at the door (CASH ONLY please) thirty minutes prior to every performance



 

 
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The Return of 24 Hour Play Festival

                                                                                

Are we nuts? Could be! Here we go for our 9th year in a row!  Under the (brave or foolhardy-we haven't decided yet) direction of Sean "Wild Card" Engard the talented members of The Rep will write, direct and stage 6 short plays in just 24 hours. Come see what happens, and please bring us coffee!  

  February 9 and 10, 2019   at 7:30pm

Drama Lab Studio 

Tickets are Free     Donations are gratefully accepted

     Mature Audiences


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Take Five

February 23 at 7:30       February 24 at 2:30

March 2 and March 3 at 7:30 

How much can you experience in just five minutes? Find out in this festival of very short plays. 

Drama Lab Studio

Tickets are free   Donations are gratefully accepted

    Mature Audiences


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 Too Much Light Makes the Baby Go Blind
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 Neo- Futurist plays by Greg Allen    

March 30 and 31 at 7:30pm

April 6 and 7 at 7:30pm

The challenge: present 30 "Neo Futurist" plays in under 60 minutes! Chosen in random order by the audience, these plays are chaotic, funny, tragic and political. This is the longest-running play in Chicago history! Prepare yourself to interact with a very energetic cast...  

This is our third crazy, laugh-filled year--come see what's new!

 Definitely recommended for mature audiences. No, really, adults only.    

Drama Lab Studio
Free--Donations gratefully accepted

Click below to watch our 2017 production of TMLMTBGB! 

"Too Much Light Makes the Baby Go Blind" by the Orange Coast College Repertory. Spring 2017

                                             


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One Act Play Festival

 

 

One Act Play Festival

 

This eclectic festival is an annual tradition. As the culmination of our year, the Rep presents a wide variety of both published plays and original works by Rep playwrights who have been working hard all year on their scripts!  

 

May 18, 19,25 & 26 at 7:30 pm.

 

Drama Lab Studio

Free-- Donations gratefully accepted

 

Mature Audiences

 
 

 

 

 For a listing of our Faculty-Directed productions, please click on ​

Faculty Directed Productions​