Scrooged in Astoria on now through December 22nd.

Angels and Villains and Heroes! Oh My! Astor Street Opry Company presents our 12th Holiday Musical Melodrama SCROOGED IN ASTORIA!

Written by Judith P. Niland, with original music by Phil Morrill, and directed by Stephanie and Jon Osborn, this fun and colorful show combines the traditional holiday story “A Christmas Carol” with our own characters from SHANGHAIED IN ASTORIA.

Our cast includes: Beth Beauparland, Maddison Beauparland, Lexi Blacksten, Travis Boggs, Nate Bucholz, Vivian Burnam, Casey Dopp, Paula Fisher, Melora Grenier, Adam Haase, Lyla Miller, Jim Osborn, Stephanie Osborn, Aubrey Paz, Frank Rizzi, Linetta Roby, Zachary Sandoval, Shasta Stolle, Jennifer Sturdivant, Nicholas Sturdivant, and Julien Thomas.

Scrooged in Astoria runs through December 22nd, 2018, Friday and Saturday nights at 7, with 2 pm Sunday matinees, December 9th and 16th. Tickets are available now. All performances are at the ASOC Playhouse, 129 W. Bond Street, Uniontown, Astoria. Doors open a half hour before performances, and the box office opens 1 hour before performances. If you purchase tickets online, you may proceed to the door and do not need to visit the box office.

Hear ASOC’s Stephanie Osborn talk about Scrooged with KMUN’s Carol Newman on her show, ARTS LIVE AND LOCAL!.

ASOC Presents: Robin Hood–The Musical

Auditions are Saturday and Sunday, January 5th and 6th, at 2 pm both days at the Astor Street Opry Company Playhouse, 129 W. Bond Street in Uniontown, Astoria.

Robin Hood-The Musical: A Merry Musical Adventure, Produced by special arrangement with Pioneer Drama Service, Inc., Englewood, Colorado.


Robin Hood is the outlaw of Sherwood Forest, leading a merry life with his followers. Anyone needing a place to live or food to eat is welcome in the greenwood. Impoverished citizens led by Robin are waging a battle against the evil Prince John. He has taken the place of King Richard the Lion-Hearted, who has gone on a crusade. Lady Merle of Cornwall, however, hopes to make John more acceptable to the people of England by forcing Maid Marian, Robin’s childhood sweetheart, to marry the Prince. It’s up to Robin to stop the marriage, defeat a nasty sheriff and secure Nottingham for the king’s return.

Performances are Saturdays and Sundays at 2 pm February 16th-March 3rd.