A sense of community has been central to the Chocolate Church since it opened its doors in 1977 and community involvement is what keeps the doors open today. All are welcome and everyone will be entertained.
Are You Ready To Get Involved?
S P E C I A L A N N O U N C E M E N T
Sunday, June 25 from 1:00–3:00PM
Monday, June 26 from 6:00–8:00PM
Roger & Hammerstein’s great American musical “Oklahoma,” directed by Thom Watson, will open the 2017-18 season for the Chocolate Church, performances will be the weekends of September 15-17 and 22-24, 2017.
- The cast will involve 30 actors (ages 8 years and older) to play a variety of cowboys and farmer families.
- This is an all-family audition and show.
- Actors should be prepared to dance, sing a song of choice (a capella), read from a script and improvise.
T I C K E T E D E V E N T S • B A T H H E R I T A G E D A Y S • W A T E R F R O N T S E R I E S
Enjoy FREE Admission to Open Air Concerts and Ticketed Events On The Main Stage
Open Air Concerts at Bath Heritage Days on July 1 & The Waterfront Concerts are FREE. Tickets are available online for the Main Stage events.
Bath Heritage Days
Don't Miss Any Of The Shows This Season–Buy In Bulk & Save!
C U R R E N T & U P C O M I N G S H O W S
‘Light, Mystery, Magic’: Maine Artists Explore Home and Identity at Bath’s Chocolate Church
Opening Reception: Saturday, June 10 from 5-7pm
Show Run: June 10 through July 30
TUE | WED | FRI
"Far Away/Home," curated by Bath-based writer and critic Nika Knight, features the work of three young contemporary Maine artists exploring questions of home and identity in disparate mediums. Featuring Alex Nelson's haunting photographs of a coastal Maine vacation town in the winter,Alex Nelson's fun explorations of form and color in her "structure paintings," and Jenna Crowder's thoughtful examination of the conversation between science and mysticism in monoprints, the show highlights the "light, magic, and mystery" of these three young artists' work.
In The News
R E A D H E R E O R S U B S C R I B E T O O U R N E W S L E T T E R