Ross Ragland Theater Suspends More Shows; Interview with Terra Russo

Listen to Terra Russo’s radio interview further below.

From Ross Ragland Theater Executive Director, Scott Mohon and Director of Development and Marketing, Terry Russo:

With Governor Kate Brown’s issued order banning gatherings of 250 or more in Oregon for the next few weeks, the Ross Ragland Theater is of course following the order. The safety, health, and wellbeing of our patrons, artists, volunteers and staff are of utmost importance to us.

We are reaching out to you regarding the following performances from April, 13th – May 19th, 2020.

On Friday, April 17th – Space Oddities/David Bowie has been suspended. We are currently working with the presenter to reschedule this event and others ahead.  When a new date is established, a Box Office associate will contact you to arrange tickets you may have purchased, and answer any questions.

Your patience with us is greatly appreciated, as this process will take some time.

Please note the following shows will be suspended until further notice by Governor Brown’s decree.

·        Crystal Apple Awards/Tuesday, April 14

·        Space Oddities- David Bowie/Friday, April 17

·        Dancing with Your Stars/Friday, April 24

·        RBS: SoS: The Martian/Thursday, April 30

·        Klamath Chorale Spring – Chorale’s Greatest Hits/Sunday, May 3

·        RBS: Star Wars Movie Nights/ Monday-Wednesday, May 4-6

·        RCS: Sarah Hagen/Thursday, May 7

·        Into the Mystic – Van Morrison Experience/Saturday, May 16

·        Mazama Band Concert/Tuesday, May 19

Ragland Theater staff will continue to monitor this situation and update the public as needed. Until then, here’s with you the best, and safe health!

Terra Russo, Ross Ragland Theater Marketing Director

Here’s a recent interview on Sunny 107 with host Randy Adams and Terra Russo about the Ross Ragland season.  Enjoy.

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