Dear OLO Patron, Beginning on Monday, May 8th, Burbank Road will be closed between Highland Avenue and Winkler Drive for the Burbank Road Reconstruction project. This closure will last for the duration of the project, which will be until late summer or fall. The official, posted detour for southbound traffic will be Dix-Cleveland-Highland. The official, posted detour for northbound traffic will be Highland-Cleveland-Milltown. Please see the map below for a more detailed picture of the detour. If you have any questions or concerns regarding the changes please call the City of Wooster (330)263-5200 for more information. From Cleveland: Heading south from Cleveland, continue on Rt. 83 to the Cleveland Road exit. Take Cleveland Road to the Beall Ave./Cleveland Rd. split. You will see a a Burger King and Rite Aid to the left and Speedway to the right. Stay in the RIGHT lane, continuing on Cleveland Road. At the first traffic light, make a LEFT onto Bever St. Freedlander Theatre is located at 329 E. [...]
WCLV's Jacqueline Gerber and Ohio Light Opera's Steven Daigle discuss the OLO productions opening in July 2017.
WCLV's Jacqueline Gerber and Ohio Light Opera's Steven Daigle discuss OLO's productions of The Music Man, Anything Goes and H.M.S. Pinafore.
WCLV's Queen of the Morn Jacqueline Gerber and Ohio Light Opera Artistic Director Steven Daigle present an overview of OLO's 2017 season.
Be sure to scroll down to the year 1979, when The Ohio Light Opera became the resident professional company on campus, one of only a handful of companies in the country still performing the genre. View the full College of Wooster Timeline here.
It’s a typical, busy summer day for Ohio Light Opera Artistic Director Steven Daigle. “We staged 'Ruddigore' in the morning, (the) afternoon was a production of 'Brigadoon,' and we’re about to move into a dress rehearsal of 'One Touch of Venus.'” Daigle says about 20,000 flock each year to the eight-week festival at the College of Wooster. “A die-hard patron can come in and see all seven of the shows. You can come in and see within a two-day period even a Gershwin, Porter, Lerner and Loewe, and Gilbert and Sullivan title.” Read the full article and hear audio on the WKSU site.