Special OPS Black Tie Gala
As anyone reading this knows, OPS endeavors to bring high-quality, approachable Shakespeare to the masses free of cost. It is because of the generosity of people like you that we are able to continue in this pursuit, while still paying our actors and stage managers a competitive rate and covering all the other costs that come with running a theatre company.
We will be holding our annual fundraiser the evening of Saturday, May 2nd from 6 to 9 PM at the Aerie at Eagle Landing (10220 SE Causey) in Happy Valley. Come enjoy a night of dancing, delicious food, and Shakespearean entertainment at the beautiful Aerie at Eagle Landing, located just off I-205 in Happy Valley. Formal attire is requested. There will be a silent auction and a cash bar. This will be a sophisticated evening, done OPS-style: fun, interactive, and, as always, a little dangerous.
Tickets are $30 per person. Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org by April 25th if you plan on attending.
We sincerely hope you will join us to help keep OPS running into Season 8 and beyond.
OPSCast, Episodes 6 and 7
A double dose of OPSCast for you this time around!
In Episode 6, Andrew and Brian are left guestless for the evening, so it's OPSCast...Shorts! In Episode 7, Brian and Andrew finally pin down Post5 Company Member and OPS mainstay Phillip J. Berns for an interview. The boys unleash their inner theatre nerds on everything from Disney to Daniel Day-Lewis for President to why Brian just doesn't like Tom Hanks.
Check out our OPSCast page or find us on iTunes, and leave a comment and rating while you're there! It helps others find us all the more easily.
Find us right here or on iTunes, and leave a comment and rating while you're there! It helps others find us all the more easily.
And look for another episode of OPSCast in the coming weeks!
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We hope that you join us to see exactly why we think Shakespeare should be a little dangerous.
Looking for even more Shakespeare? Click on the company images to check out their shows.