The Oshkosh Community Players will present the world premiere of “One Strange Night,” an original comedy by Oshkosh resident Bradley Dokken.
James Nelling is a typical man who loves his wife, tolerates his mother in law and isn’t opposed to a little excitement in his life. “One Strange Night” is a fast-paced farce in two acts that shows us what happens when James gets more excitement than he bargained for.
Add in a bumbling next door neighbor who is always in the wrong place at the wrong time, a beautiful woman who tries to catch James eye, mistaken identity, a feisty mother-in-law and a visit — or two — from the police and you’ve got all the makings of One Strange Night.
If slamming doors, miscommunication and mistaken identity sound like a perfect storm of hilarity than this show is for you!
The world premiere event will be held April 5-7 at The Grand Opera House, 100 High Ave. Oshkosh. Tickets range from $15-$18.
The show is written and directed by Dokken, with Kylie Montee serving as assistant director. Actors from around the Fox Valley will originate the show’s characters, including: Timothy James Young (James), Danielle Brynteson (Laurie), Katie Castel (Ashley), Nate Scheuers (Henry), Debbie Ransbottom (Agnes), Doug Bord-Pire (Frank), Jessica DelCamp (Officer #1), and Paul Vanden Boogard (Officer #2).
Tickets are on sale now at TheGrandOshkosh.org.
April 5-7, 2018 | 7:30 p.m.
April 7, 2018 | 2:00 p.m.