The Klein Oak Fine Arts Department 2014 musical Guys & Dolls is 7 pm January 31 and February 1, 7, 8 & 10, 2014 at Klein Oak High School Theatre. Guys & Dolls is directed by Matthew Robinson with music direction by Michael Goede, technical direction by Christopher Pruett, choreography by Fayla Curry, and orchestra direction by Jay Hagy. Reserved seats are $10 and available on our website or at the box office the evening of performances.

Refer to the Call Board to view the company of Guys & Dolls .

Guys & Dolls is a musical comedy with music and lyrics by Frank Loesser and book by Jo Swerling and Abe Burrows. It’s based on “The Idyll of Miss Sarah Brown” and “Blood Pressure” – two short stories by Damon Runyon. Guys & Dolls premiered on Broadway in 1950, ran for 1200 performances and won the Tony Award for Best Musical. The musical has had several Broadway and London revivals, as well as a 1955 film adaptation starring Marlon Brando, Jean Simmons, Frank Sinatra and Vivian Blaine.

If you are a KISD senior citizen, click here for information about how to reserve seats using your KISD Gold Card .

The Uninvited: Oct. 30, Nov. 1 & 2

Step into the Halloween season with a thriller presented by Klein Oak Theatre: The Uninvited at 7 pm Oct. 30 and Nov. 1 & 2 . Reserved seats are $5 (plus a $1 online service charge) when purchased in advance through our online ticketing system and also at the box office the evening of the performance.

Our second play of the season, The Uninvited by Tim Kelly is based on the novel by Dorothy Macardle. Seeking to escape the demands of London life, Pam Fitzgerald and her brother Roddy, an aspiring playwright, discover a charming house in the west of England, overlooking the sea. The house, Cliff End, has long been empty. The reason is soon apparent: Fifteen years earlier a murder may or may not have occurred there. Slowly the Fitzgeralds begin to sense the evil spirit that still inhabits the house. As the mystery unfolds, Cliff End is forced to reveal its dark secrets.

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Klein Oak Theatre strives to provide our community with entertaining shows for the entire family to enjoy. Help Klein Oak  Theatre Booster Club support our students and department throughout the exciting upcoming season. To join, download the . For more information on sponsorship and volunteer opportunities, contact Isis Shrode , KO Theatre Booster Club President.

Our Town: Sept. 20, 21 & 23, 2013

Our Town , Klein Oak Theatre’s first play of the 2013-14 season, is 7 pm Sept. 20, 21 and 23 at Klein Oak Theatre. Reserved seats are $5 (plus a $1 online service charge) when purchased in advance through our online ticketing system and also at the box office the evening of the performance.

Our Town is a 1938 three-act play by American playwright Thornton Wilder. Set in the fictional American small town of Grover’s Corners, it tells the story of an average town’s citizens in the early 20th century as depicted through their everyday lives over a 12-year period. The play is performed without use of a set or props.

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Mark your calendar to join us for passion, deception and revenge as Klein Oak Theatre presents at 7 pm Nov. 2, 3 and 5 at Klein Oak High School Theatre. The Cast & Crew of Les Liaisons Dangereuses is listed on the website’s . Reserved seats are $5 and available in advance through our new online ticketing system : Tickets are also available at the box office the evening of the performance. Some content may not be appropriate for our younger audience.

Klein Oak Theatre will present our UIL One Act Play Alice in Wonderland , created by the Manhattan Project, at 5 pm Friday, March 23 at Tomball High School Theatre.

Everyone is familiar with Alice’s’ antic adventure: They are all here, but with an arresting difference. From the presumed innocence of the original is drawn a caustic and giddy revelation of the human psyche, and the dark, unsettling shadows which can linger there.

The 13-5A Zone B UIL One Act Play Competition is hosted at Tomball High School Theatre. Klein Oak is the first school to perform at 5 pm, followed by the other three schools on the hour at 6, 7 and 8 pm.There is no late seating once each school performance has begun.

Admission is $5 at the door (cash only) for all 4 performances.

The Alice in Wonderland Cast & Crew

Performing schools (in order of perfomance):
KLEIN OAK: Alice in Wonderland , script created by the Manhattan Project under the direction of Andrew Gregory.

KLEIN COLLINS: The Foreigner by Larry Shue.

SPRING: Enchanted April by Matthew Barber.

TOMBALL: A Lie of the Mind by Sam Shepard.

Klein Oak Theatre presents The Yellow Boat at 7 pm April 13 & 14 in the Klein Oak Black Box Theatre. Tickets are $5 general admission, available at the door.

A Scandinavian folksong tells of three little boats: “One was blue, one was red, and one was yellow as the sun. They sailed far out to sea. The blue one returned to the harbor. The red one sailed home too. But the yellow boat sailed up to the sun.” Benjamin always concluded his bedtime ritual by saying, “Mom, you can be the red boat or the blue boat, but I am the yellow boat.” This remarkable voyage of Benjamin was extensively developed and widely produced in America for several years, always to ovations.

The Yellow Boat is based on the true story of David and Sonja Saar’s son, Benjamin, who was born with congenital hemophilia, and died in 1987 at the age of 8 of AIDS related complications. A uniquely gifted visual artist, Benjamin’s buoyant imagination transformed his physical and emotional pain into a blaze of colors and shapes in his fanciful drawings and paintings. The story of The Yellow Boat is a glorious affirmation of a child’s life, and the strength and courage of all children. Recommended for children of age 8 and older, parents, families and adults.

The Yellow Boat Cast


PERFORMANCES:  7 pm November 4, 5 & 7

GENERAL ADMISSION TICKETS: $10, available at the Theatre Box Office 45 minutes prior to the show.

Rehearsal for Murder , based on the hit television play by Richard Levinson and William Link, adapted for the stage by D.D. Brooke. This is a thrilling “theatrical” mystery in which your theatre becomes the set for the play. The playwright turns on the stage work light and prepares for the first reading of his new play. The actors, producer, director, and others connected with the show come onto the stage, and under their humorous (and utterly real) theatrical talk, tension grows.

How to succeed in business without really trying

Klein Oak Fine Arts Presents

How to Succeed In Business Without Really Trying

Power, ambition, greed…. It’s just another day at the office.

PERFORMANCES:  7 pm January 27, 28   /   February 3, 4 & 6

GENERAL ADMISSION TICKETS: $10, available at the Theatre Box Office 45 minutes prior to the show.


Noises Off! is a play within a play about a play. When the curtain goes up in Act One, we see what we believe is the start of a traditional farce called Nothing On . Then a voice bellows from the back of the house. It is the frustrated director trying to get a second rate acting troupe in a bad play through a disastrous technical rehearsal. After Act 1, the set rotates to show the same play from backstage. The play hasn’t gotten any better, but relations between the cast members have deteriorated into absolute bedlam involving love triangles, hidden bottles of whiskey and sardines.

Plan to visit an outrageous world behind the scenes as Klein Oak Theatre brings you the pandemonium of Noises Off, September 23, 24 & 26.


Written by Michael Frayn

Performed through special arrangement with Samuel French.
Performances: September 23, 24 & 26 at 7:00 PM

Tickets:  $5.00, Cash or Check, One Hour Before Curtain

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