Ragland Cancels Annual Community Production

Ross Ragland Theater has officially canceled its annual Community Production. The original production which rounded out their 30th Anniversary Season was set to be My Fair Lady but was changed to Annie due to production rights. Annie was set to premiere on August 7th and run through the 8th, 9th, and August 14th, 15th and 16th.

“Canceling this annual event is not something we wanted to do, it was something we had to do,” said executive director Scott Mohon. “We look forward to bringing the community exciting opportunities in live performance and film as crowd restrictions are lifted. These opportunities will allow us to once again gather as a community sharing a set of experiences.”

The Ragland is still closed to the public due to the governor’s decree regarding Covid-19. Plans are being formulated to offer children’s theater education workshops starting in July following new state guidelines. For ongoing updates regarding the closure, upcoming event details, and workshops please refer to our website rrtheater.org, as well as the Ragland’s FaceBook page.

The Ross Ragland Theater’s mission is to provide high-quality performing arts and educational experiences that enhance community life in the Klamath Basin. The Ross Ragland Theater is located at 218 North 7th Street in Klamath Falls. Telephone 541-884-LIVE (5483) for ticket information and reservations or visit the theater’s website at www.rrtheater.org to purchase tickets online and learn more about the theater.

Other Updates for this season and the next

The following shows are willing to schedule onto our next season of events: Rambling House, Space Oddity(David Bowie Tribute), Kenny Roger Tribute, and Sarah Hagen, we have tentative dates but may still need to be adjusted depending on State regulations and protocols for large gatherings.

Klamath Chorale and Young Musicians of Excellent will just move forward with having their events on the season for next year and we can transfer your tickets to the new season.

It is unknown at this time what will be happening with Arics- Saxophone quartet yet.

For patrons that purchased tickets, the Ross Ragland has 3 options that it can offer at this time:

1: We can transfer the tickets to the new show date for the performance you purchased.

2: Or we can offer a gift certificate in the full amount of tickets purchased that you will be able to use on any performance that happens at the Ross Ragland.

3: Another option is you can donate the money for the tickets to the theater to help us through this difficult time.

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