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SMILE, SMILE AGAIN,


Written and Directed by Justin locklear

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ADMISSION: $17 AT THE DOOR

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‘SMILE, SMILE AGAIN’

Written and Directed by Justin Locklear

Ticket Information

ADMISSION: $17 AT THE DOOR

– OR –

BUY ONLINE-tickets available now!

SMILE, SMILE AGAIN, is intended for patrons 18+.
All tickets are non-refundable.
*Students must present a current student id card at the door, to receive a student discount.*
Due to the respect and nature of live performance, we are not able to offer late seating. Please arrive on time to ensure a seat. House opens at 7:45pm. Reserved seats are subject to be released at showtime. Thank you for your patronage and your understanding.

Show Schedule

Wednesday 04/29/17 – 05/20/17 – Wed – Sat at 8:15 P.M.

Donate-What-You-Can Night: Monday, 05/08/2017

About The Show

Ochre House Theater

is pleased to present the premiere of an Ochre House Theater original. SMILE, SMILE AGAIN, written and directed by Justin Locklear, is an engrossing parable about the fullness of life. In the aftermath of World War One, a soldier is stuck in the mud, unable to escape the pitfalls of trench warfare. A madman, who finds the soldier, believes he has discovered a mythical soldier-plant, growing from the ground and requiring the care of a gardener. The ensuing poetic struggle features entrancing language, original music, and a bizarre, surreal landscape. April 29 – May 20, 2017.

Cast
Madman – Mitchell Parrack
Soldier – Darren McElroy
Charity Worker – Marti Schweitzer
Wice – Marcus Stimac
Warz – Gloria Benavides
Stranger – Kevin Grammer

Featured Musicians
Gregg Prickett
Aurora DeWilde

Crew
Stage Management – Korey Parker
Set Design – Justin Locklear
Scenic Artist – Isaac Davies
Costume Design – Amie Carson
Lighting Design – Kevin Grammer
Prop Design – Mitchell Parrack
Sound Design – Earl Norman
House Management – Cynthia Webb
House Assistant – Carla Parker

Business Staff:
Matthew Posey, Artistic Director
Carla Parker, Operations Manager
Kevin Grammer, Associate Producer
Mitchell Parrack, Facilities Manager
Justin Locklear, Artist In Residence

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