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The Overtime has a mission of “theater for the people” through new productions and workshops in acting, playwriting, and comedy improvisation. We are dedicated to providing original, innovative, and accessible entertainment at an affordable price.

We have produced over 75 new and original shows primarily by local authors. Our shows are all original works or unconventional adaptations of old classics. We specialize in world premieres of works never before seen on stage.

“Live Theater for the People by the People”

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My Name was Dorian..Dorian Gray (July 15 – July 23)

An adaptation of The Picture of Dorian Gray, the story takes place in the last hour of Dorian Gray’s life, in which he recounts his narcissistic endeavors of his forbidden passions. It is a cautionary tale of his soul’s corruption

BLACK: A Comedy of Bubonic Proportions, by Morgan Clyde (July 1 – July 24)

BLACK: A Comedy of Bubonic Proportions Written by Morgan Clyde Directed by Sarah Goodwin At the height of England’s attack on France, during the Hundred Years’ War, the men of Castle Binbury have been called to march out and join with King

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Call for Submissions thru 7/31/16

SUBMISSIONS for the 2017 season open NOW through 7/31/16 Devoted solely to producing new and original work, we are particularly interested in bold and innovative plays that are challenging and entertaining. We are seeking unproduced original work, adaptations of films and


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Rift Riders Written and Directed by Michael Burger Jonah Foster is having the worst day of his life when he has the misfortune of being abducted by aliens.  What could be worse?  The aliens that abducted him are nowhere to

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American Pride, by Jules Vaquera, et al (June 24 – July 3)

American Pride Written by Jules Vaquera, Jason Gossard, Christopher Martinez, Amanda Flores, Ragan Flores, Julia Orduna, Joel Settles Directed by Jason Gossard American Pride has its roots in spoken word and performance based writing, specifically slam poetry. The play is

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