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OutCast Productions 2019 Season Tickets
Black Box Theater at the Whidbey Island Fairgrounds
Langley, WA
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Thanks for your continued support of OutCast Productions as we move into our 9th season on Whidbey Island!Season ticket packs will be mailed out starting February 1st with individual tickets for all four productions as well as tickets for the staged reading if you purchased them. If you have any questions, please contact us at ocp@whidbey.com


OutCast Productions 2019 Season Tickets
HANDY DANDY by William Dickson, directed by Ned Farley - March 15-30

The first of many confrontations between Molly Egan, a feisty, salty-tongued activist nun in her early seventies and District Court Judge Henry Pulaski, a conservative jurist in his sixties, occurs when she appears in his courtroom after being arrested for picketing a local arms research laboratory. Molly is a tough survivor who refuses to accept the notion that her destinyand that of the civilized worldis something over which she has no control; Henry is a man devoted to logic and the law, who believes that vigils and protests are counterproductive. But as Molly is hauled back into his court again and again. Henry begins to develop a grudging respect for her courage and spirit, and eventually, the two begin to hear each other out on a personal as well as professional level.

SHTICK by Henry Meyerson, directed by Jim Carroll - May 17-June 1

Helen's life became complicated after her husband Murray's stroke and her sister Gladys's revelation, wanting to set the record straight in case Murray should die, that she and Murray had been having an affair. Helen suspected Murray was no angel when she married him. After all, as a stand-up comic he was always on the road and she knew comics could be loose cannons. Helen knew she was trading the risk Murray would bring to any relationship, let alone marriage, for the excitement of the gamble. While Helen might have been willing to adjust to Murray and his new stroke induced limits, the stakes were raised and the game was changed by Gladys's admission of the affair. So now Helen is left on the horns of dilemma: How can she be a nurturing caretaker for a man who has deceived her (with her own sister, yet) while knowing he is a snake with no visible conscience?

NEW (OLD) WORKS PROJECT: INHERIT THE WIND, by Jerome Lawrence & Robert E. Lee, directed by K. Sandy O'Brien - June 29 & 30

A staged reading of a reworking of what the critics originally called "Magnificently writtenone of the most exciting dramas of the last decade." NY News. "A tidal wave of a dramaMore than any other play in memory based on history and aiming at a contemporary parallel, INHERIT THE WIND makSes its point immediately applicable." NY World-Telegram & Sun. "Brillianta colorful, picturesque and absorbing exciting essay in dramatic Americana" NY Post. "A masterpiece. This is the test: to see a play once, twice, three times. And each time to leave the theatre as deeply moved, as enlightened, as lifted up, as magnificently entertained. And as convinced that it is one of the truly great American dramas of this century." Scripps-Howard. This classic has never been more timely as it is right now!

SHIRLEY VALENTINE, by Willy Russell, directed by TBA - September 13-28

The heroine in this actor's tour-de-force is an ordinary middle-class English housewife. As she prepares chips and egg for dinner, she ruminates on her life and tells the wall about her husband, her children, her past, and an invitation from a girlfriend to join her on holiday in Greece to search for romance and adventure. Ultimately, Shirley does escape to Greece, has an "adventure" with a local fisherman and decides to stay. This hilariously engaging play stars our own Suzanne Kelman.

OVER MY DEAD BODY, by Suzanne Kelman, directed by Gabe Harshman - November 1-16 (World Premiere)

When an out of work actor can only get a part as a dead body on stage, he thinks he has hit an all-time low. That is until he meets his understudy who would do anything to play the corpse even if that means murdering any "body" that stands in his way. A hit as part of our New Works Project staged reading this past summer, OutCast is delighted to be bringing it back to our stage in this, its first full World Premiere production!


Black Box Theater at the Whidbey Island Fairgrounds (View)
819 Camano Avenue
Langley, WA 98260
United States


Arts > Theatre

Kid Friendly: No
Dog Friendly: No
Non-Smoking: Yes!
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!


Owner: OutCast Productions
On BPT Since: Apr 02, 2011
OutCast Productions

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