Our History

The Outlaw Trail Theater is community theater at its best! Literally, hundreds of local actors, singers, dancers and theater technicians have acquired thousands of hours of experience in this highly successful and popular venue. Broadway musicals, musicals about outlaws that frequented the local area, such as Butch Cassidy and the Wild Bunch, melodramas and comedies have delighted the locals and tourists for over three decades. These community theater productions have been produced, directed, choreographed and performed by local, very talented people.

The Outlaw Trail Theater will open again for another great season on June 25, 2018, and run until Saturday, July 7th. No shows on Sunday.

Past Shows:

2018   Into the Woods

& The Pony Expresso or… The Villain Came to a Grinding Halt!

2017  Singin’ In the Rain

& Showtime On the Showboat or… Don’t Throw Garbage In the River!

2016  Camelot  [30th Anniversary]

2015  Disney’s Beauty and the Beast

2014   Les Misérables

2013   Anything Goes

2012   Joseph.. Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat

2011   The Wizard of Oz [25th Year]

2010   Damn Yankees

2009   Seven Brides for Seven Brothers

2008   Annie

2007   The Sound of Music

2006   Star of Justice [20th Year]

2005   Fiddler on the Roof

2004   The Wild Bunch

2003   Oklahoma!

2002   Annie Get Your Gun

2001   South Pacific [15th Year]

2000   The Music Man

1999   Paint Your Wagon

1998   Trail of Dreams

1997   Cassidy, the Mostly True Story of Butch Cassidy & the Wild Bunch

& Love Rides the Rails (or Will the Mail Train Run Tonight?)

1996   Cassidy, the Mostly True Story of Butch Cassidy & the Wild Bunch

& The Death & Life of Sneaky Fitch [10thYear]

1995   Cassidy, the Mostly True Story of Butch Cassidy & the Wild Bunch

1994   Cassidy, the Mostly True Story of Butch Cassidy & the Wild Bunch

1993   Rawhide & Lace

1992   Star of Justice

1991   Riders of the Wind [5th Year]

1990   West of the Law

1989   Rawhide & Lace

1988   Star of Justice

1987   Star of Justice

2 thoughts on “Our History

  1. I remember the star of justice from when I was in first grade. funny enough to day I was cleaning the house and found all our old stuff from that year in 1988 my paper dolls, programs, shirt and I have a video copy of the show that was made too. I’m not in it but my I’m the only one in the family that was not in it. I always had to sit in the bleachers and watch. any ay I had to look it up and I was so surprised it is still going you don’t know how many memory’s it brings of vernal.

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