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OCTA’s ‘Merry Wives’ displays Shakespeare comedy, chaos

Only one weekend remains to see Shakespeare’s conniving wives plot and successfully deploy a plan to embarrass and humiliate the pompous John Falstaff who plans a...

‘Hill House’ brings spooky story to OCTA stage

Just perfect for Halloween, “The Haunting of Hill House” opens at Olathe Civic Theatre Association (OCTA) with the holiday theme welcoming guests at the door and...

‘Bright Star’ dazzles with story, music, performances

The newest production at Olathe Civic Theatre Association (OCTA), “Bright Star” outshines all previous productions and sets a new, higher standard for all Kansas...

OCTA presents slapstick romp to end season

Olathe Civic Theatre Association (OCTA) closes their season with the epitome of French farces, “A Flea in Her Ear,” adapted by David Ives, and guaranteed to make the...

Death reveals dark secrets between neighbors

“Pass Over” presents a story to two families with decades of experiences as neighbors, employees, employers, and even some romantic encounters along the way in a new...

OCTA paints stunning picture

By Bob Evans A nearly sold out opening night and a standing ovation welcomed “Sunday in the Park with George,” the Stephen Sondheim musical about the life and legacy...

Austen classic draws robust OCTA crowd

By Bob Evans Olathe Civic Theatre Association just ended a successful run of the Jane Austen classic, “Sense and Sensibility,” an early 1800s comedy about the...

Marriage, mishaps, chaos make delightful musical

By Bob Evans A ditzy, nothing-but-fun musical comedy guaranteed to entertain all ages with funny characters, lively music, tap dancing, gangsters, mistaken identities,...

Outrageous comedy sets high standards for OCTA

By Bob Evans Eight doors, two connecting rooms, fantastic direction, split-second timing, strong comedic performances, improbably story-line–all combine to create the...

OCTA opens zany farce

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