A Co-Production between Actor’s Express and Oglethorpe University Theatre

Performed at the Conant Performing Arts Center

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DIRECTOR

Freddie Ashley

BOOK, MUSIC, & LYRICS

Laurence O'Keefe

Kevin Murphy

BASED ON THE FILM WRITTED BY

Daniel Waters

Synopsis

Social outcast Veronica has found her way into the most powerful and feared clique at Westerburg High – the Heathers. But when she falls for the dangerous and sexy transfer student J.D., she soon finds that her “teenage angst bullshit has a body count.” So grab your slushee, bust out your best scrunchie and settle in for the wild ride of this hit musical based on the 1989 cult classic film starring Winona Ryder.


Safety is Oglethorpe University and Actor's Express's top priority. Effective immediately, all audience members must be fully vaccinated (2 shots +14 days) and be able to show proof of vaccination before attending Heathers. Proof of vaccination will be required to pick up your tickets from the box office. Actor's Express staff will review a digital or paper copy of your vaccine record to ensure it is dated at least 14 days before the show date. Learn more about our Health & Safety Protocols.

A rowdy guilty pleasure. New York Times
Heathers: The Musical should score with just about everyone. Variety
Ingenious, naughty and very funny. Heathers still cliques. New York Post
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Cast & Creative Team

Running Time

120 MINUTES WITH A 15 MINUTE INTERMISSION

Content Advisory

Contains adult language and situations.

This production includes gunshot effects, and strobe-like lighting effects.


Students/Employees of Oglethorpe University can request tickets using the link below. 


https://forms.office.com/r/MTnT6y2QVz

Performances

Director's Rough Cut
September 29 at 8 pm
Previews
September 30 & October 1 at 8 pm
Opening Night
October 2 at 8 pm
Regular Performances
October 2 - October 17, 2021
Thursdays - Saturdays at 8 pm
Sundays at 2 pm

From the audience