Eastern Oregon Regional Theatre, Inc.


Killer Keyz by Dueling Pianos Anywhere is the top-rated dueling pianos show in the country, awarded and maintaining the coveted 5 Star rating over fifteen consecutive years!  Our exuberant performances thrill clients and fill venues across the nation with all request high-energy audience interactive performances.  Each entertainer performs songs directly from the audience’s requests, creating their own special blend of hilarity, excitement and musical favorites delighting guests of all ages.

A BENEFIT FOR THE BAKER ORPHEUM THEATRE PROJECT.

TICKETS ARE $25 aDULTS/$20 STUDENTS PRESALE AND $30 AT THE DOOR.

Available at Betty's Books, Random Resales, and online at bakerlivetheatre.com

​Opens  March 2019

KILLER KEYZ- FEBRUARY 20TH 7PM

​at the Baker City Elks Lodge

Now Playing

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.


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THE STORY: A year after he disappeared on the day of his father's funeral, Walker Janeway returns to New York. He takes up temporary residence in the unused space where thirty-five years earlier, his father, Ned, and Ned's late partner, Theo, both architects, lived and designed the great house that would make them famous. Sleepless and emotionally jangled, Walker scours the old empty space for clues, evidence or keys to the tortured family history. Discovering his father's journal hidden under the bed, he finds it as unforthcoming as his nearly silent father had been. Walker is joined by his sister, Nan, and their friend from childhood, Pip, Theo's son, to hear the reading of Ned's will. It is there that Walker forces the confrontation that the others need. After an evening of harrowing and sometimes comically inadvertent revelations, Walker disappears once more. This time he returns later that evening with a surprising, but to him, definitive solution to the family puzzle. We travel back to 1960, when Ned's journal begins. We meet the parents at the same age their children are in Act One: Ned, who seems very different from the cold monster the children conjured; the charismatic and putative genius, Theo; and Lena, Walker and Nan's mother, the delightful, troubled "Southern woman who admits to thirty." In the guise of a love story, we are offered all the information needed to devise an alternative reading of the sad, unexpectedly romantic family story.



Baker City's premier live performance venue

Opens February28th- March 3, 2019

When young Guy discovers that his inheritance consists only of a cat and a pair of boots, he is highly distressed, until he gets to know the cat. Saucy and one-of-a-kind, Boots the cat vows to help Guy achieve his goal of marrying the beautiful princess from next door. Boots also helps free the town from the clutches of Ugolin, an evil ogre who has magical powers to turn himself or others into any animal he chooses. Guy and Boots trick the king and queen into thinking Guy is the "Marquis of Carabas" and also trick the ogre into turning himself into an insect who meets an abrupt end, courtesy of Boot's boot. Boy gets girl, the town is freed, magical spells are broken, and much fun is had along the way.

YOUTH PRODUCTION directed by Lisa Ensworth.