More of what you love in 2016!

After the record breaking success of our 30th season, we’ve put together a 31st season that gives you even more of everything you love - more shows, more live music, more cast members, more laughs, and even more song and dance. Our 2016 season gives you the classic music of Johnny Cash (Ring of Fire), Dolly Parton (9 to 5), and broadway legends Kander and Ebb (Chicago). You’ll get the bombastic B-movie fun of our Fall shows, Bat Boy and The Rocky Horror Show, and an uplifting story with the familiar melodies of classic songs from the 40s. (The Pine Mountain Lodge.) Get your favorite table for all of these shows by signing up for a season subscription today!

        Our 2016 Brochure

Have questions about our subscriptions or that Bat Boy/Rocky Horror schedule? Read our subscription FAQ.

Don't want to order online? Download the 2016 Order Form pdf now!

Print and fill out the above order pdf form and bring it to our box office at 241 Hargadine St. or mail it to:
Oregon Cabaret Theatre
PO Box 1149
Ashland, OR 97520

Ring of Fire

February 11th - April 17, 2016

From the iconic songbook of Johnny Cash comes this unique musical about love and faith, struggle and success, rowdiness and redemption, and home and family. More than two dozen classic hits—including “I Walk The Line,” “A Boy Named Sue,” “Folsom Prison Blues,” and the title tune—performed by a multi-talented cast, paint a musical portrait of The Man in Black that promises to be a foot-stompin’, crowd-pleasin’ salute to the unique American legend.

9 to 5: The Musical

April 28th - July 3rd

Set to the music of Dolly Parton and based on the 1980 hit movie, 9 to 5 tells the story of three female co-workers who concoct a plan to get even with the sexist, egotistical, lying, hypocritical bigot they call their boss. This hilarious story of friendship and revenge in the Rolodex era is outrageous, thought-provoking, and even a little romantic.


July 14th - September 11th, 2016

Convicted and sent to death row, Roxie Hart and another “Merry Murderess” Velma Kelly, vie for the spotlight and the headlines, ultimately joining forces in search of the “American Dream”: fame, fortune and acquittal. The Kander and Ebb classic won six Tonys when it was revived on Broadway in 1997.

Bat Boy & The Rocky Horror Show Double Creature Feature

September 22nd - November 8th, 2016

In our Fall slot, the off-Broadway sensation Bat Boy: The Musical plays in rep with the cult classic The Rocky Horror Show for twice the thrills, laughs, and monstrous fun. The same cast performs both shows in rotation in the Fall, so check the calendar carefully before booking. The premise of Bat Boy is ripped straight from supermarket tabloids – a half-man, half-bat is discovered in a cave by the locals of Hope Falls, West Virginia and brought to live with the family of the town veterinarian. In The Rocky Horror Show, newly engaged Brad and Janet become stranded at the eerie mansion of the mad transvestite Dr. Frank-N-Furter on the eve of his greatest triumph – the creation of a gorgeous muscled hunk named Rocky.

Pine Mountain Lodge

November 17th - December 31st, 2016

A world premiere musical that tells the story of a returning World War II vet who’s been tasked with shutting down his late father’s flagging upstate New York hotel, only to discover that the hotel is haunted by two quarreling ghosts, former lovers and famous dance partners. The ghosts put aside past grievances to convince the young man to put on one last show to save the hotel…

Our 2016 One Night Only Series

Our hit series is back in 2016 - with 10 shows!

In addition to our exciting slate of season shows, the Cabaret is bringing back our popular One Night Only shows for our 31st season! Last year, we brought you six of these shows - this year, we’re featuring ten of the best Cabaret-style shows from all over the country on select Wednesdays. Get a V.I.P. season subscription and get two One Night Only shows free - you’ll also enjoy priority processing for these shows!

February 17th  – Rogue Suspects - Rogue Valley’s favorite rock and blues band comes back to the Cabaret stage with OCT favorite Shae Johnson as the lead vocalist. Buy Tickets

March 2nd - Breaking Character - 2 women. 1 Career. No Understudy. Keaton Talmadge and Shannon Nelson take you on a tour of making a career (and life) in Hollywood Buy Tickets

March 9th - The Brothers Reed - Popular local duo The Brothers Reed bring their tight harmonies, pretty riffs, and edgy humor to the Cab before setting out on their 2016 tour. Buy Tickets

March 16th - A Lovely Lineage - Kristin Towers-Rowles, granddaughter of MGM star Kathryn Grayson, brings her one woman musical tribute to her Hollywood heritage Buy Tickets

March 30th – What is a Woman? - Siri Vik and Shirley Andress-Tendick explore the many ups and downs of womanhood, love, and family in an evening of dramatically-set classic songs Buy Tickets

May 11th - A Cabaret of Consciousness - Gina Citoli captivates and delights the entire family with her songs, wisdom, and humor in her one woman rock musical. A grand, inspirational entertainment. Buy Tickets

May 18th - The Hamazons - Ashland’s favorite improv troupe, the Hamazons, again bring their hilarious family-friendly brand of improv to the Cabaret. Buy Tickets

June 1st - Gretchen Rumbaugh- Ashland favorite Gretchen Rumbaugh comes home to the Oregon Cabaret to premiere her one-woman show, In My Life: Beatles & Beyond. Buy Tickets

September 28th - He Love and She Loves - Husband and wife Brent and Erika Schindele present their two person show, and evening of love songs from Boy Meets Girl to Happily Ever After. Buy Tickets

October 19th - Songs They Won’t Let Us Sing - Operatic bass Kevin Nakatani joins OCT Artistic Director Valerie Rachelle to perform their funny, heart-warming two person cabaret-style show. Buy Tickets

The Rogue Suspects

Breaking Character

Songs They Wont Let Us Sing

Songs They Won't Let Us Sing

Subscriptions FAQ

We have have answers to your most common subscription questions

Have your prices changed?

No. All of our subscriptions are the same price as they were last year - $150/$130/$93

I don't see dining discounts in the brochure - have you eliminated this benefit?

Unfortunately, yes. To keep our prices the same, we have taken away the dining discount coupons.

I don't like the sound of Show X - Should I just get a Mini Subscription and single tickets for the shows that sound good to me?

You could, because we'd like to keep you as a subscriber, but the V.I.P. subscription is roughly the same cost as four shows purchased individually - and you get the two One Night Only shows as an added benefit.

When will online ordering be available?

The subscription system is now live - use the links at the top of the page. E-mail if you have any trouble.

What happened to your Flex Passes?

The Flex Passes have been replaced by the Mini Subscriptions. They work exactly the same way - choose which three season shows you want to see.

If you still have questions, call our box office @ 541.482.2902 or send an e-mail to

I'm having trouble understanding the Calendar for the Bat Boy/Rocky Horror double creature feature - when exactly are these two shows playing?

9/22 Bat Boy - 8pm (Preview)
9/23 Bat Boy - 8pm
9/24 Bat Boy - 8pm
9/25 Bat Boy - 1pm
9/29 Bat Boy - 8pm
9/30 Bat Boy - 8pm
10/1 Bat Boy - 8pm
10/2 Bat Boy - 1pm
10/6 Bat Boy - 8pm
10/7 Bat Boy - 8pm
10/8 Bat Boy - 8pm
10/9 Bat Boy - 1pm
10/12 Rocky Horror - 8pm (Preview)
10/13 Rocky Horror - 8pm
10/14 Rocky Horror - 8pm
10/15 Rocky Horror - 8pm
10/16 Bat Boy 1pm & Rocky Horror 8pm
10/20 Bat Boy 8pm
10/21 Bat Boy 8pm & Rocky Horror 11pm
10/22 Rocky Horror 8pm
10/23 Bat Boy 1pm & Rocky Horror 8pm
10/24 Rocky Horror 8pm
10/26 Rocky Horror 8pm
10/27 Bat Boy 8pm
10/28 Bat Boy 8pm & Rocky Horror 11pm
10/29 Bat Boy 8pm & Rocky Horror 11pm
10/30 Rocky Horror 8pm
10/31 Rocky Horror 8pm (Rocky Horror closing)
11/3 Bat Boy - 8pm
11/4 Bat Boy - 8pm
11/5 Bat Boy - 8pm
11/6 Bat Boy - 1pm (Bat Boy closing)