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Written and Directed by Artistic Director, Matthew Posey

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DR. BOBAGANUSH, 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

Saturday 01/28/17 – 02/18/17 – Wed – Sat at 8:15 P.M.

Donate-What-You-Can Night: Monday, 02/06/17

About The Show

Ochre House Theater

is pleased to present the premiere of an Ochre House Theater original, DR. BOBAGANUSH, written & directed by Matthew Posey. “These are dark times…”says Dr. Bobaganush, a mystic of the ancient arts, as he opens his traveling show, “Dr. Bobaganush & His Wonderful World Of The Bizarre & Macabre.” The Nazis are on the rise. The systematic annihilation of Jews, Romas, Homosexuals, or any faction that does not fit the Third Reich’s ideology of the Master Race, begins. During these unthinkable and horrifying times, Dr. Bobaganush heralds the cause to help the persecuted at a price larger than he can imagine. DR. BOBAGANUSH is a biting musical satire that delves into humankind’s relationship to Fascism. Live original music, dance, new vaudeville, and spectacle make up an evening of riveting theater. January 28 – Feb 18, 2017.

Matthew Posey – Dr. Bobaganush
Marti Etheridge – Madame Bobaganush
Elizabeth Evans – Anne
Christian Taylor – Peter
Chris Sykes – Boobi
Cassie Bann – Mrs. Van Daan
Kevin Grammer – Mr. Van Daan
Carla Parker – Frau Kina Hora
Mitchell Parrack – Herr Lipschitz

Featured Musicians
Earl Norman
Trey Pendergrass
Stefan Gonzalez
Gregg Prickett
Aaron Gonzalez
Bobby Fajardo
Jeffrey Barnes

Madeleine Morris – Stage Manager
Amie Carson – Costumes
Izk Davies – Scenic Artist
Matthew Posey – Set Design
Kevin Grammer – Light Design
Justin Locklear, Mitchell Parrack, Kevin Grammer – Set Construction
Cynthia Webb – House Management
Ruth Fajardao – House Staff

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

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DREAMING ELECTRIC, written and directed by Kevin Grammer – Dallas Morning News review by Nancy Churnin. Click HERE to read.

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DREAMING ELECTRIC, by Kevin Grammer – TheaterJones review by David Novinski. Click HERE to read!

DREAMLESS, by Justin Locklear – TheaterJones review by Martha Heimberg. Click HERE to read!

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