OSHP provides amateur theatre in and for the Oregon, Wisconsin, community, offering opportunities to participate voluntarily in all production processes, striving for excellence while stressing enjoyment and entertainment, and welcoming all those who choose to associate with the Oregon area.

Announcing our spring 2020 show

The infamous tale of Sweeney Todd, 19th century London barber, who seeks retribution for past wrongs in this musical thriller. Don’t miss this eight-time Tony Award winning spectacle by Broadway great Stephen Sondheim featuring our youth performers.

Performances April 2nd-5th, 2020. Auditions November 23rd and 24th.

More information coming soon!


Coming summer 2020!

We are delighted to announce our summer 2020 show, Cinderella, directed by Stephanie Drahozal (rights pending).

The Broadway version features the classic songs you know, such as Impossible, In My Own Little Corner, Stepsister's Lament, and Ten Minutes Ago, with a delightful and hilarious updated libretto. This all-ages show has a warm message about love, friendship, and finding your place in the world. Performances will be in early August 2020 - more information coming soon.

"Make a wish come true - there is music in you!"


Congratulations to our 2019 scholarship recipients!

Alex Anderson, Elyse Harvancik, Erin Milleville, Miranda Moore, John Unertl, Arik Zintel

More information on scholarships


Congratulations to the cast and crew of


Next board meeting

Our next board meeting will be October 27th at 7:00 pm at 201 Market Street.
Members are welcome to attend meetings of the board.


OSHP member and neighbor news

Elise McFarlane is in the cast of Sun Prairie Civic Theatre's production of Mary Poppins. Performances are October 4th-13th.

Michael Delaney White is in the cast of Madison Theatre Guild's production of Other Desert Cities. Performances are November 14th-23rd.

Alex Daspit, Parnassus Funk, Kyle Kapusta, Flynn Marcus, Brendan Moore, Faith Oldenburg, Gabriella Unitan, and Arik Zintel are members of the Overture Center's Jerry Ensemble.

Tari Kelly (Maria in 1990's West Side Story, as Tari Attoe) is appearing in the national tour of Anastasia as Countess Lily. She plans to still be with the company when it hits the Overture Center July 30–August 4.

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