Theatre Present’s Shakespeare’s “The Tempest”

Theatre would like to invite everyone to their second production of the year, William Shakespeare’s The Tempest. The show is 40 minutes long, and contains music, media, and puppetry, so it is a great “starter” Shakespearean play for those with middle school children. We have showings tonight, Friday, and Saturday at 7pm, Tuesday at 6pm. OCPS employees are always free.

November 10-12 7pm

November 15 6pm

7pm in the Timber Creek Auditorium 

tickets: $10 every night 

$5 admission Thursdays with Student I.D.

OCPS employees are free


For the past 12 years, Prospera, the Sorceress and rightful Duchess of Milan, and her daughter Miranda have been exiled to an island. By conjuring up a storm, the tempest, she plots for revenge on her brother Antonio who usurped her throne, and lures him along with the complicit King Alonso of Naples to the island. With the help of the magical island creatures in her thrall, the sorceress attempts to avenge those who betrayed her by casting a series of spells. Join Prospera as her ploys bring about the revelation, redemption of the King, and the marriage of Miranda to Alonso’s son, Ferdinand.