A fun filled musical with some of your favorite broadway songs.

Join us as two hobos hang out late at night in the alley behind a broadway theatre where auditions are happening. The rejected actors leave via the theatre's back door into the alley.

the hobos interact with the actors and ask each one to sing his or her audition song.

some of the feature songs are:

"Let it go"  (Frozen)

"If I only had a brain" (Oz)

"Singing in the rain"

"Under the Sea" (Little Mermaid) 

"Phantom of the Opera"

"A Whole New World"(Alladin)

"I Feel Pretty" (West Side Story)

"Tale As Old As Time"

"Anything you can do"

"Summer Nights" (Grease)

"Oh What a beautiful Morning"

Mission Statement

Our mission is to entertain, educate and stimulate the community by providing excellent live theatre in Baker County and surrounding areas, to provide a forum for community members to contribute their theatre related talents and skills toward these goals, and to provide a permanent Performing Arts Center.

Director Lisa Ensworth is looking for 4 men and 2 women in this comedy.

​The story: Opal Kronkie, a middle-aged recluse, lives in a tumbledown mansion at the edge of the municipal dump. The general disarray of her establishment is aggravated by the fact that Opal collects things—anything that can be toted home in her little red wagon. Opal is also an optimist, for no matter how mean her lot—or her "friends" —Opal responds with unfailing kindness and an abiding faith in the goodness of human nature. Into her rather strange world comes Gloria, Bradford and Solomon, three purveyors of bogus perfume on the lam from the authorities. Opal's menage is the perfect hideout—and Opal, herself, might be the remedy for their shattered finances. They decide that what she needs is plenty of insurance, a rapid demise, and three beneficiaries named Gloria, Bradford and Solomon. Attempted murder wouldn't seem to be funny, but in Mr. Patrick's magic hands it is uproarious. The unsavory trio concoct an elaborate scheme to drop the ceiling on Opal's unsuspecting head—but she is in the cellar at the time; they try to drug her and set the house on fire—but Opal's state trooper friend arrives at the wrong (or right) moment; a plan for a "hit and run" accident backfires. Through it all, Opal radiates kindness, affection and, strangely enough, gratitude. But the real clincher comes at the end. It seems that there was plenty of money around all the time; bags, barrels, and mooseheads full of it, in fact, and any friend of Opal's is welcome to as much as he wants. All they had to do was ask.

Baker City's premier live performance venue

PLAY ON”“Opens July 12th, 2019

Auditions July 15th- 6pm

Auditions "Everybody Loves Opal"

August 5, 2019

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Eastern Oregon Regional Theatre, Inc.