The Ross Ragland Theater and Cultural Center- Upcoming Performances!

Spring Break Matinee for KIDZ: March, 25-28 at 1:45
Join us at the Ross Ragland Theater for Spring Break March 25-28 at 1:45 pm each afternoon for movies on
our New Big Screen (RDX) Ragland Digital Xperience. We will be showing four films for kids in the afternoon
at 1:45 pm after Spring Break Theater Camp. Tickets are $2 a person for each show. The Klamath County Library will have a drawing for book giveaways at each show. Children 12 and under must have
● Monday- Disney’s “UP”
● Tuesday- The Neverending Story
● Tuesday Evening- The Neverending Story, a special showing for the whole family at 6:00 pm
● Wednesday- Disney’s “Finding Nemo”
● Thursday- Jumanji

Spring Break Camp Performance: “A Nightmare in Dreamland” Sat. March 30th at 2:00 and 5:30pm
The Ross Ragland Theater will present their Spring Break Camp performance. Grades K-8 work all week to
perfect their roles in their production “A Nightmare in Dreamland.” Tickets: $5
The Youth Theater Camp focuses on all things theater! How to read a script, costuming, make-up, rehearsal,
stage directions etc. The sessions are half days. Spots are limited, but still available thru March 25th.
*Camp Registration per child is $130.00

Luke McMaster on Saturday, April 6 at 7:30
With “ICONS OF SOUL” Luke McMaster has taken his Motown influenced style to a new level. Icons of Soul in
concert is the ultimate, authentic musical experience of contemporary, blue-eyed soul. A collection of
brand-new tunes, created in collaboration with original hit makers, Felix Cavaliere of the Rascals (Groovin’,
Good Lovin’) and Lamont Dozier (Stop! In the Name of Love, Baby Love). These songs are so much fun, you’ll
feel like you’ve known them all your life. Plus, you’ll be treated to fresh covers of early Motown hits and
previously untold stories behind the songs. Luke McMaster is best known for “Good Morning, Beautiful,” his
2013 Top 3 Billboard AC smash hit with new age pianist, Jim Brickman and his impressive Canadian gold album run as a duo with Rob James in McMaster & James, (“Thank You,” “Love Wins Everytime,”) with media
often referring to them as the “Canadian Hall & Oates.” Tickets: $15 / $19 / $24

Must Read

Ross Ragland Theater presents “Karaoke Sing-Off” Thursday & Friday at 7PM Benefiting the VFW!


Ryan Stevenson in Concert At the Bonanza Community Church, April 29th 7 PM


173rd FW to Host Sentry Eagle Exercise and Open House Next Year