Facilities are equal to the best theaters in the country. (I've been to many from coast to coast). Production companies are nationally know and provide superior performances. Staff is very good -- helpful and courteous. Well worth the modest ticket cost.
Highly professional performances and selection of Light Operas is first class . Accordingly , Patrons / Audience is very respectful of the cast and their performance. Lud Huck
We saw three shows the 2015 season. Brigadoon, Oh, Kay!, and Can Can. All of them were wonderful and were put on very well. Sets and costumes were great, everything seemed organized well. The quality might not be at the same level as say Broadway or Stratford, but it was obviously a good, professional production. I will say that the... 更多
We've been attending OLO for 22 years, which involves a 7.5-hour drive one way. The primary reason for our yearly forays to Wooster is that this repertoire company is about the best that exists in America and provides the opportunity to see shows you'll not see anywhere else. That people drive to Wooster from California, Pennsylvania, and many states in... 更多
It's not too late folks - Wednesday, Aug. 5 there is a matinee performance of Gilbert and Sullivan's famous classic, with quite a few seats still available. It is probably one of the best renditions of this favorite we have ever seen - and that includes the famous D'Oyly Carte production. Brad Baron's Head Jailer is wonderfully silly and funny...the... 更多
Cole Porter's Can-Can has some familiar tunes but its not enough to save this operetta. Pleasant but not something you'd choose again.
Saw "Oh, Kay" at the Freedlander Theater. What a joy that opera was. Great storyline, wonderful acting and singing and the orchestra was superb! There is not a bad seat in that theater. It was just an enjoyable experience all around.
First time to see Ohio Light Opera. Very entertaining. Seats were comfortable and lots of space between rows. Very professional cast. Enjoyed our evening!