Summer 2015 Season
THE STAR SPANGLED GIRL
A love triangle set in San Francisco in the 1960's, Andy and Norman are barely making a living working on their magazine when Sophie, a Southern girl and former all-American Olympic swimmer, moves into the apartment next door. It's love at first sight. A brilliantly funny and patriotic comedy perfect for a retro 4th of July starring Sommer DuBose as Sophie, Ryan Hewitt as Andy and Ryan Ball as Norman. Don't miss it!
|7/11/2015||3:00 PM | 8:00 PM|
THE ODD COUPLE
Harry Anderson (of Night Court, Dave's World and Saturday Night Live fame) and Michael Genevie star as Oscar and Felix in the Broadway smash hit comedy. The perfect way to close the Retro Summer Season. A sure-fire sell out with Roddy Gray, Paul Criswell, Brad Christie, Paul Crutcher, Sommer DuBose and Lisa McConnell. Make your reservations early!
|8/1/2015||3:00 PM | 8:00 PM|
|8/8/2015||3:00 PM | 8:00 PM|
MARY POPPINS is a very special production. It's supercalifragilisticexpialidocious! And it is a combined effort of the Greenwood Community Theatre and the Abbeville Opera House. All proceeds benefit both theatre groups. This is a first-time-ever theatre event. Don't miss it!
|9/12/2015||3:00 PM | 8:00 PM|
|9/19/2015||3:00 PM | 8:00 PM|
Winter Season 2015-2016 Season
Alfred Hitchcock's THE BIRDS
This chilling tale based on the classic Hitchcock film has been widely produced in Chicago and played at the Guthrie Theatre. The story of the mysterious masses of birds that have begun to violently attack at high tide, driving strangers to take refuge in an isolated, abandoned house by the sea, now makes its way to the Abbeville Opera House. As the number of survivors begin to dwindle, they form a bond to survive their haunting new circumstance. With no electricity and scarce food, the tension escalates and hope wanes. Guaranteed to keep you on the edge of your seats.
|10/24/2015||3:00 PM | 8:00 PM|
|10/31/2015||3:00 PM | 8:00 PM|
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
The 1912 version of the famous fairy tale as presented in New York and presented on the Abbeville Opera House in 1914. Supposed disposed of by the wicked queen, Snow White finds her way to a happy glen and the home of seven friendly dwarfs. A deadly apple casts her into a deep sleep, from which she is revived in time by her devoted prince.
|11/14/2015||3:00 PM | 8:00 PM|
|11/21/2015||3:00 PM | 8:00 PM|
Arsenic and Old Lace
Meet the charming and innocent ladies who populate their cellar with the remains of socially and religiously "acceptable" roomers; the antics of their brother who thinks he is Teddy Roosevelt; and the mysterious activities of the other brother. A classic American comedy.
|2/6/2016||3:00 PM | 8:00 PM|
|2/13/2016||3:00 PM | 8:00 PM|
The Tony Award Winning Play of 1952. Best Play! Hume Cronyn and Jessica Tandy starred on Broadway in this moving chronicle of a husband and wife from their wedding night in 1890 until they leave the house that has been their home, 35 years later. They fret and quarrel, laugh, cry, and make love in the same room in which they began their married life. And standing throughout the evening is the old fourposter, silent witness to it all. "The best comedy of the season."
|3/12/2016||3:00 PM | 8:00 PM|
The Miracle Worker
Tony Award Winner 1960 - Best Play! Immortalized onstage and screen by Anne Bancroft and Patty Duke, this classic story tells the tale of Annie Sullivan and her student - blind and mute Helen Kepper. The Miracle Worker dramatizes the volatile relationship between the lonely teacher and her charge. Trapped in a secret, silent world, unable to communicate, Helen is violent, spoiled, almost sub-human and treated by her family as such. Only Annie realizes that there is a mind and spirit waiting to be rescued from the dark, tortured silence. With scenes of intense physical and emotional dynamism, Annie's success with Helen finally comes with the utterance of a single, glorious word.
|4/16/2016||3:00 PM | 8:00 PM|
|4/23/2016||3:00 PM | 8:00 PM|
“Get a babysitter. You’ll enjoy the show a whole lot more … and so will the people around you.”
In consideration of our many adult patrons, we ask that you do not bring children under the age of six into the theatre - except for our Youth Theatre performances. We appreciate your understanding.
-The Abbeville Opera House