Woodland Opera House Main Stage Season

The Woodland Opera House is so excited to share our 2024-2025 Season!

2024 – 2025 Season Subscriptions and Flex Passes now available!

Legally Blonde: August 16th -31st, 2024

Based on the novel and the hit-movie of the same name, Legally Blonde: the Musical chronicles the journey of the famously perky Elle Woods, a fashion-savvy, UCLA sorority girl who finds her life turned upside down when she is dumped by her boyfriend Warner. In an effort to prove to Warner that she is more than just some blonde sorority girl, she follows him to Harvard Law, where she struggles to fit in and do well. Ultimately, she defies expectations and manages to stay true to her delightfully pink personality.

Content Advisory: Contains some suggestive humor, mild language, and themes of relationships and personal growth.

Puffs (or Seven Increasingly Eventful Years at a Certain School of Magic and Magic): October 18th-November 2nd, 2024

Puffs, or Seven Increasingly Eventful Years at a Certain School of Magic and Magic is a 2015 original play by New York–based playwright Matt Cox. The play is a parody of the Harry Potter book series by J. K. Rowling, but from the perspective of the Puffs, who were inspired by the Hogwarts house, Hufflepuff.

Content Advisory: Contains mild language, examination of good and evil, and comedic fantasy themes.

White Christmas: December 6th-22, 2024

Join us this holiday season for a heartwarming journey filled with laughter, love, and the timeless music of Irving Berlin’s White Christmas. Follow the story of two war buddies who team up with a sister act to save a snowless Vermont inn. With friendship, romance, and a sprinkle of holiday magic, White Christmas captures the true essence of the season.

Content Advisory: Family-friendly holiday musical. Contains festive themes, classic songs, and mild romantic elements.

Amélie: January 31st -February 15, 2025

Amélie follows the life of whimsical and shy Amélie Poulain, who lives a solitary life filled with simple pleasures and secret acts of kindness. One day, Amélie discovers a box of treasures in her apartment, setting her on a mission to brighten the lives of those around her. Along the way, she becomes entangled in the stories and dreams of her quirky neighbors, including the artist Nino and the reclusive Glass Man.

Content Advisory: Contains themes of loneliness, romance, and whimsy. Some scenes depict adult situations and mild language.

The Book of Will: March 7th-22nd, 2025

The Book of Will is a play that tells the story of Shakespeare’s closest friends, who miss him dearly three years after his death. They realize that Shakespeare’s words are starting to fade into obscurity, and they only have some of his masterful plays in their possession. Seven years after Shakespeare’s death, a small group of unexpected heroes with no money, resources, or experience come together to compile what would become Shakespeare’s First Folio.

Content Advisory: Contains mild language, historical themes, and depictions of grief and loss.

The Prom: April 18-May 3, 2025

The Prom is a musical about four Broadway actors who travel to a conservative town in Indiana to help a lesbian student who is banned from bringing her girlfriend to high school prom.  The actors are determined to transform lives and put themselves back in the limelight by changing the town and giving the student the prom she deserves.

Content Advisory: Contains themes of LGBTQ+ acceptance, some mild language, and comedic situations.

Something Rotten: June 13th – 28th, 2025

Something Rotten! is a musical comedy that parodies Shakespeare and the history of theater. It tells the story of the Bottom brothers, Nick and Nigel, who are struggling playwrights in 1595 London. They seek the help of a soothsayer, who predicts that the future of theater involves singing, dancing, and acting at the same time. They try to create the world’s first musical, but face competition and challenges from Shakespeare and others.

Content Advisory: Contains comedic situations, some suggestive humor, and mild language.

These amazing productions will be live on our historic stage beginning this summer. Located just 20 minutes north of downtown Sacramento, Woodland Opera House is an opportunity to see high quality theater in a historic setting. Make a day of it: Explore Woodland’s many independently operated shops and restaurants and top off the day with an incredible theater experience! 

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