The Drama Team produces the musical in the fall and the Contest Play, Group Interpretation, and Children's Play in the spring.  

2020 UPDATE:

This year OLTP will be putting on two major productions in the Fall to create a first-of-its-kind Festival of the Performing Arts. This includes a virtual production of She Kills Monsters: Virtual Realms and a series of Variety Broadcasts.

Want to help us continue to provide the Oak Lawn Community with quality theatrical performances? Please consider donating to our program. From the donate link below, select 1 "Free Ticket" and then proceed with your donation.





Reserve your viewing pass for OLTP’s variety show All Masked Up! This virtual event will air in two parts, the first on November 25 and the second on December 2. Reservations begin October 30, 2020.

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Purchase your viewing pass for OLTP’s production of She Kills Monsters: Virtual Realms! Join our virtual viewing on December 4, 5 or 6 at 7:00 pm. Tickets on sale October 30, 2020.

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Drama consists of two seasons of productions.  The fall musical holds auditions in August and performances are in late October.  The spring shows consist of three performances, a contest play, a group interpretation, and a children's play.  Auditions for the spring are held in mid December and performances run throughout March and April.   

For each of the shows there will be a set crew.  Crew is open to anyone regardless of past experience and is an opportunity to be involved in all backstage aspects of the show.  Crew will meet on Tuesdays and Thursdays after school.  Refer to the Google Activity Calendar for meeting dates. 

Vision Statement

The Oak Lawn Community High School Theater Program exists to allow students the opportunity to be part of the theatrical arts.  Acting, set construction, sound, and lighting are just a few of the skills students can learn.  We hope to empower students to become leaders in the school and active members of the school community.  

Membership Expectation

Students who are cast in the shows are expected to participate in all rehearsals, normally 3 - 4 times per week, and performances. In addition to the $25.00 roster fee, cast and crew members are expected to participate in fundraising events that support the club's vision and programs. These could include a costume fee, script deposits, and dinner and concession donations.  Please contact any of the directors with specific question regarding expectations.