2017 Season Tickets On Sale Now!
Come join in on the fun and reserve tickets for one or all of our spectacular shows.
Fall in love with the classic hits of ABBA at Mamma Mia!, see the dazzle of the roaring 20s in Bullets Over Broadway, experience the hope of the American Dream in Ragtime, rock 'n' roll with one of music's greatest talents in Heartbreak Hotel, and get swept away in the romance of From Here to Eternity... before capping off the year with a fan-favorite just in time for the holidays, White Christmas at the Music Hall in Portsmouth, NH.
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OGUNQUIT PERFORMING ARTS - UPCOMING EVENTS (more info here)
The Stillson School of Irish Dance
Sat, March 11th@ 6:30pm | $5.00
23 School Street , Ogunquit, ME
Returning to Ogunquit for their annual visit, the acclaimed Stillson School of Irish Dance brings a troupe of more than a dozen dancers garbed in brilliant, sparkling costumes. Always a local favorite, the dancers will perform an array of jigs and reels which have won them prizes at regional and international competitions.
After their performance, the Stillson dancers will invite children and dancers of all ages to join them in trying out a few steps. A reception with refreshments will follow. Join us for this festive St. Patrick's celebration!
Tickets are $5 per person at the door. General seating, no advance sales.
CLASSIC FILM SERIES:
Sun, April 2nd @ 2:00pm | FREE!
23 School Street, Ogunquit, ME
Laura (1944) is one of the most stylish, elegant, moody, and witty classic film noirs ever made with an ensemble cast of characters.
Manhattan detective Mark McPherson (Dana Andrews) investigates the murder of Madison Avenue executive Laura Hunt (Gene Tierney) in her fashionable apartment. Pursuing her murderer, McPherson quizzes Laura’s arrogant best friend, gossip columnist Waldo Lydecker (Clifton Webb), and her comparatively mild fiancé, Shelby Carpenter (Vincent Price). As the detective grows obsessed with the case, he finds himself falling in love with the dead woman. The stunning cast also includes Judith Anderson and Dorothy Adams.
Laura is characterized by shadowy, dream-like, high-contrast black and white cinematography, and taut, smart dialogue in a quick succession of scenes. It presents the recognizably poignant and haunting ‘Laura’ signature theme music, and a decadent and morally-corrupt group of upper-class society types. Almost all of the main protagonists in the entertaining mystery are treated as suspects for a down-to-earth detective.
“After a nine-month, nationwide search, we have selected an admired curator and administrator from the Smithsonian American Art Museum in Washington, D.C.,” announced Ogunquit Museum of American Art Board President David J. Mallen. “Michael has organized and overseen a number of initiatives at the Smithsonian, leading both administrative efforts and curatorial programming. (MORE)