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Oberlin Summer Theater Festival’s 2011 Season

11 May

OSTF presents its family classics in rotating rep, FREE to the public, in Oberlin College’s Hall Auditorium (Rt 58 at Rt 511), throughout the month of July. Scroll down for the schedule.

Box Office opens June 1st. 440-775-8169

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THE LITTLE PRINCE July 1 – July 30

By Rick Cummins and John Scoullar
Adapted from the novella by Antoine de Saint-Exupe

Directed by Alexis Macnab
“It is only with the heart that one can see rightly; what is essential is invisible to the eye.”
In this magical adaptation of the timeless classic, a pilot who is stranded in the desert meets a little boy, the prince of a far-away planet, who teaches him what is truly important in life.  (Recommended for ages 5 and up.)

  A RAISIN IN THE SUN July 8 – July 29

by Lorraine Hansberry

Directed by Justin Emeka
“What happens to a dream deferred?”
In this uplifting American masterpiece, an African-American family is united in love, courage and pride as they struggle to overcome poverty, prejudice and harsh living conditions.  (Recommended for ages 8 and up)

HAMLET July 15 – July 30 

by William Shakespeare

Directed by Paul Moser
“To be or not to be, that is the question…”
A family adaptation of one of the greatest plays ever written; this is the story of the Prince of Denmark, who prompted by the ghost of his father, feigns madness to exact revenge on his uncle who has murderously usurped the throne.  (Recommended for ages 12 and up)

 
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