How to Paint a Set Like a Child

 I always say to our new co-op students that “every day is different at OKTC” and today was no exception.  Today my co-op students, Dan and Rebecca, and I got to paint the Spriet Theatre for our upcoming production of How to Eat Like a Child.  The director’s vision was “make the set look like kids painted it,” and we were happy to oblige!

Hand painted with care!

Very high five!

Paint fight!

Ta da!

How to Eat Like a Child by Delia Ephron, John Forster & Judith Kahan runs from March 29 to April 1.  It’s directed by Ruth Yateman and music directed by Jennifer Floris.

March 29 at Noon and 7 pm
March 30 at 7pm
March 31 at 2pm and 7pm
April 1 at 2pm and 7pm

EAT is a hilarious musical and comedic romp through the joys and sorrows of being a child. The actors will indulge in subversive activities that will tickle your funny bone, as they teach 23 lessons in such crucial subjects as how to beg for a dog, how to torture your sibling, how to act after being grounded in your room, and how to laugh hysterically, to say nothing of the topic in the show’s title! The pace of the show is fast, and you’ll have instant recognition-again and again!
 (90 minutes. Rated G) 

To purchase tickets for How to Eat Like a Child, click here!

Photos taken by Jeff Crane.

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