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JEFF DANIELS AND THE BEN DANIELS BAND

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**PERFORMANCE RESCHEDULED FOR AUGUST 31, 2014**

**PUBLIC ONSALE DATE MOVED TO FRIDAY, JULY 18, 2014**

Back by popular demand and fitting us into his busy schedule, Jeff Daniels!  Of course, he’ll hit you with some of the favorite stories and tunes from last time we had him in our neck of the woods. What’s new? New tales from his recent endeavors, like HBO’s “The Newsroom” and DUMB & DUMBER TO.  You’ll also be treated to “like father like son” talent as he performs with the Ben Daniels Band, headed by his son and popular in their own right.  Movie star, TV star, musician and story teller - with a second generation hipster twist - it’s a show nobody, of any age or taste, should miss.

OCP: DRACULA

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Classic, alluring and dark, DRACULA was adapted byHamilton Deane in 1924fromthe famous novel of the same namebyBram Stoker.  Substantially revised byJohn L. Balderstonin 1927, it was then made famous by star Bela Lugosi. Taking some dramatic liberties, DRACULA will draw you into all the gothic, mysterious and chill-inducing life – and death – of its namesake novel.   Oshkosh Community Players present DRACULA in the darkly decorated intimacy of the Gothic Grand - the perfect start to Halloween.

SPIRITS OF THE GRAND: TUNNEL 24

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Join us for our annual haunted history tours and leave 2014 at the door!  This year’s all new tours, “Tunnel 24: The Speakeasy” will suck you right back to 1928.  You’ll have to wait for haunted happy hour, but we’ve stumbled upon some new spirits to keep you occultly occupied.  Of course, the 20s may be roaring, but the prohibition is in full swing.   Relax and let our jazz birds and mobsters take you through the “tunnels of the Oshkosh underground,” hear stories of our haunted history and end up at The Golden Peacock Club for a happy hour indeed, but don’t be surprised when the drama continues in the Grand Lounge with charleston, jazz, blues and brawling.  Just remember, “Joe sent you.”

THE PHAT PACK

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Forget any three tenors but this Phat Pack!  These talented stars of the show met while working together during The Phantom of the Opera’s successful run at The Venetian, and when the smash hit musical finally ended its run after six years, they decided to take their mutual love of all things Rat Pack and create their own group. Keegan, Keith, and Ewing perform an eclectic mix of original songs that have an old school swing and a winking sense of humor, Rat Pack era standards, Vegas-centric hits, and all-time classics from hit Broadway musicals.  Don’t forget their undeniable energy, charisma, and chemistry – just like Franky, Sammy and Dino - complete with stories about music and showbiz, and rat pack-esque banter.

HP: THE CRUCIBLE

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What would you give to keep your good name – and what will society take in return?  Your life?  With homage to the legendary Arthur Miller, and the lives lost in Salem, which he uses to set his story of mob mentality and paranoia, HP asks - What’s in a name?  Which sin will claim you – greed? grief? ignorance? Whether a classic love triangle filled with lust and revenge, or a tale of tainted grain and puritanical pride, this production is dripping with drama.  It is, respectfully, not your high school CRUCIBLE, but full of life blood and ambition.  Of love, lies, and loss.

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Oshkosh Opera House Foundation Administrative Office  |  222 Pearl Avenue  |  Phone: 920.424.2355  |  Fax: 920.424.2357  |  Email: grandinfo@grandoperahouse.org
Grand Opera House and Box Office  |  100 High Avenue - Oshkosh WI 54901  |  Phone: 920.424.2350 or 1.866.96GRAND