That’s a wrap!
Oscola Arts wrapped up its fourth and final weekend of “Sister Act,” with three sold out shows March 22-24.
“We are so lucky to have such an incredibly supportive community that joined us for (a total of) 13 sold out shows of ‘Sister Act’ this past month,” said Osceola Arts Director of Marketing and Development Bri Stefek. “We are excited for the three upcoming shows that will close out our 2018-19 season.”
So what’s next for the season? “Lafferty’s Wake.”
The show is a toast to the late, great Charlie Lafferty. In this production, guests can join Charlie’s widow, his sweet daughter and bumbling son-in-law, the parish priest, and the savvy innkeeper to celebrate the life and times of a ramblin’, gamblin’ man.
“Lafferty’s Wake” will be held April 12-28 at Osceola Arts. Tickets may be purchased online or at the facility’s box office.
While there are still two more shows to close out the season after “Lafferty’s Wake,” Osceola Arts just announced nine brand-new productions coming to its next theatre season.
“We hope that we will continue to delight and entertain our audiences with amazing community theatre,” Stefek said.
For more information about Osceola Arts, its theatre seasons and other programs, visit OsceolaArts.org.
About Osceola Arts
Osceola Arts is a local arts agency in Osceola County. It produces more than 150 performing and visual arts events every year — as the arts have become a growing part of the county.
Osceola Arts hosts productions of plays and musicals, art galleries and exhibits, as well as art classes (drawing, painting, pottery, etc.) for both youth and adults who are wanting to learn or sharpen their skills. It provides a place for local arts to bloom.
Osceola Arts is located at 2411 E. U.S. Highway 192 in Kissimmee.