Every Christmas Story Ever Told (And Then Some!)
All online ticketing has been turned off and only a few post-Christmas tables remain for the run - call the box office now at 541.488.2902 for tickets.
November 20th - December 31st
Instead of performing Charles Dickens’ beloved holiday classic for the umpteenth time, a small company of actors decide to perform every Christmas story ever told – including truncated versions of Christmas stories like Frosty the Snowman, How the Grinch Stole Christmas, and A Gift of the Magi. This madcap holiday tour-de-force also includes stories about strange Christmas traditions from around the world, and topical pop-culture references. Don’t miss this comic romp through the holiday season!
Please Note: The existence of an iconic Christmas figure is debated in this show. Parents, if you have questions related to this, call our box office at 541.488.2902. There is some comic violence and very mild language. Were it a movie, it would be rated PG.
Director Rick Robinson has once again paired a brilliant script and paired it with an equally brilliant cast
Forget Charles Dickens' heart tugging classic, "A Christmas Carol." Instead, welcome "Every Christmas Story Ever Told (And Then Some)," a wild and laughingly whacky romp that's lighting up the holidays at the Oregon Cabaret Theatre in Ashland.
The tour of holiday shows is heartfelt and hilarious, from the Grinch to Frosty, "The Gift of the Magi" to Rudolph, errrrr, due to copyright infringement issues, make that Gustav, the Green-nosed Rein-Goat.
Even if you’re really busy this holiday season, you should still take two hours to experience the holidays from start to finish at Oregon Cabaret Theatre’s “Every Christmas Story Ever Told (and then some).” The show has everyone’s favorite holiday tales, abbreviated for sure, mixed up and mashed up. You’ll rocket through scenes and songs from the Nutcracker, Charlie Brown, Dickens, Frosty the Snowman and more in hilarious song and dance
I've been attending the performances since the first play, "Dames at Sea" back in the 1980s. Decades have passed, and the vast majority of plays have been so outstanding that each has a special place in my memory and heart. Thank you, all you wonderful actors, musicians, directors, lighting crew, chefs, waitresses, volunteers and all other Cabaret employees who have created such a wealth of wonderful experiences that last a life-time. You are special and always will be. What a legacy! Let the fun and laughter continue....the world needs more of it!
"Just came home from this - what a good way to spend a chilly evening! Great fun (as expected), lots of laughs (ditto), and four extremely talented performers (even exceeding expectations). Bravo, y'all!"
"Saw this at Sunday's matinee. So much energy and fun!!"
"Watched this Saturday night, an amazing show and cast !!"
"Great theatre! Very funny."
"Just saw the show and it was great. A very talented and funny group."
"We had a great time at the show this evening."
We sat in the back, and loved every minute of it, great seats.. Order when you sit for Dessert and drinks at Intermission. Talent was amazing, staff wonderful, food scrumptious, plus we could go outside for a few minutes at intermission and get back in with no hassle. Highly recommend.
returns to the Oregon Cabaret Theatre. Past OCT credits include 9 to 5 (Judy), The 39 Steps (The Women), Winter Wonderettes (Cindy Lou), What A Glorious Feeling (Jeanne Coyne), Let’s Misbehave (Alice), Chicago (Liz). Other regional credits include The All Night Strut, The 39 Steps (SLO REP); Ordinary Days, The Great Gatsby (Oregon Contemporary Theatre); Our Town (Emily), Much Ado About Nothing (Hero), Guys and Dolls (The Drunk & Cuban Dancer) (PCPA); The 39 Steps, A Christmas Carol, Rip Van Winkle, Bride of Frankenstein (TGAM). Katie would like to say, “Thank you and much love to her husband, family, and friends that have always supported her.”
Stephen is no stranger to the Oregon Cabaret Theatre. He has previously been seen as Einstein in Picasso, Actor 1 in Baskerville, Sheriff Reynolds (Bat Boy The Musical), Marley (A Christmas Carol), and as Clown 2 (The 39 Steps). He is featured on television for commercials (Merci Chocolate, Fred Meyer), drama series (Boston Public). He was a theatre professor and children's theatre director (Charlotte's Web, High School Musical Jr.) He has performed as Lee and Austin in different productions of True West. Other Sam Shepard credits include Petrone (Suicide in B Flat) and Henry (Eyes for Consuela). Other stage credits include Ben Braddock (The Graduate), Tony (West Side Story), and as the title role of Hamlet.
Previous Credits: Little Sally in Urinetown and Cecily in The Importance of Being Earnest (PCPA). Has written and directed for The Great American Melodrama and Vaudeville. Having performed Dicken's A Christmas Carol over 250 times, she is happy to be doing a little different take on it this year. She is delighted to be in the lovely town of Ashland for the season. "Thank you to Val and Rick for letting me come play!"