By David Adjmi

Directed by Rich Smith

Brad, an ex-serviceman, is just back from Vietnam. After a wild party, he wakes up in Connie and Linda’s kitchen. The two women are, conveniently, looking for a roommate, so Brad moves in. A series of misunderstandings ensues, spiraling down from farce to devastation. After its premiere in New York, 3C was kept off the stage for years by lawyers arguing it violated copyright laws. Recently, the cease and desist order was lifted. Inspired by one very specific 1970s sitcom but with an almost shockingly different sensibility.

Produced by Over Our Head Players at Sixth Street Theatre, 318 6th Street, Racine

Performances: November 9-25, 2018

Performance Times:
Shows run three weekends November 9 - 25. Friday shows are at 8:00, Saturdays are at 5:30 and 8:00, and Sundays are at 2:30.

Ticket Prices: TBA

Call 262-632-6802 for reservations or more information.

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Auditions will be held on the following days:


Over Our Head Players will hold open auditions for 3C, a “hilarious and occasionally horrifying alternate universe sitcom.”

Auditions are on Tuesday, September 18, at 7:00 p.m. at the Sixth Street Theatre, 318 Sixth Street, Racine. Roles are available for three men and three women. Three male actors are needed, age range 25 - 75. Three female actors are needed, age range 25 - 75.

Auditions involve cold readings from the script; prepared pieces are not necessary. No previous theatrical experience is necessary to audition or volunteer. For more information, please leave a message for director Rich Smith at the box office, (262)632-6802. Interested actors who cannot make the scheduled audition time may contact the director to arrange an alternate date.

Volunteers are also needed in technical capacities, including costume design, light design, sound design, running crew, props, set building, and ushers.

Rehearsals begin soon and will generally be weekday evenings. OOHPs Managing Artistic Director Rich Smith directs.