Upcoming Shows

Each season OTA produces multiple main-stage productions in the Elaine and Robert Caldwell Main Stage. Our historic Gathering Hall hosts many live music, improv, storytelling, and variety acts. 


July 1st


Kick-off Independence Weekend with the best in big band jazz. Special guest Angie Tabor of Port Townsend will be featured on drums. Angie is a busy precussionist and teacher. She performs throughout the region with her band, Carbie Steel Band. 

Stardust's new music director Marge Rosen of Port Angeles has brought in several new arrangements by Horace Silver, Pat Metheny, Stevie Wonder, and Oregon composer Jessika Smith -- along with standards from Glenn Miller, Duke Ellington, and Count Basie. 
Stardust Big Band is a 17-piece jazz orchestra with Tess Teel singing from the Great American Song Book. Soloists include George Radebaugh, Ed Donohue, Bill Cole, and Bonnie Booth.

Student Tickets only $5


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July 8-24

Opening  Friday July 8th 7:00pm

Thurs-Sat 7:00pm & Sun 2:00pm

Cheer the Hero, boo the Villain and sigh for the damsel in distress in this hilarious, over-the-top melodrama based on the mythical history of the Pacific Northwest and Sequim, which is considered the Lavender Capital of the World. This is sure to become a new annual tradition getting more convoluted year after year as the myths live on.


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July 13, 2022


Encore! was formed around the shared principles of vocal artistry and the willingness to explore a wide variety of vocal repertoire. The group was well received in its debut appearance at a recent Peninsula Singers concert, and will present its first stand alone concert at OTA. 

In a nod to the Lavender Festival, the theme of the July 13th program will be Flora and Fauna. Included on the program are classics like The Blue Bird, plus arrangements of favorites such as The Rose, La Vie En Rose, A Nightingale Sang in Berkeley Square, and, of course, Lavender's Blue.

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July 29th


Out Loud Story Slam emcee will choose ten tellers from the audience. Teller will be randomly chosen and will have five minutes to tell a true, personal story on a theme.  

(Gathering Hall)