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May 30, 2023

Ross Ragland Theater Upcoming Events

Friday July 15th and Saturday July 16th at 7:30 PM and Sunday, July 17th at 2:00 PM Once Upon a Mattress final showings this weekend Once Upon a Mattress is an adaptation of the fairytale story, The Princess and The Pea, written by Hans Christian in 1983. Placed in the 15th century medieval times lives Queen Aggravain (Played by Rebekah Beger), who has ruled that none may marry before her son Prince Dauntless the Drab (Played by David Robertson). However, she has managed to sabotage every princess that come along. From the swamps comes Princess Winnifred (played by Caresse Robertson) to the queen’s demise, and with the help of King Sextimus the Silent (played by Mat Landsiedel), she isn’t going to be quite so easy to for the queen to get rid of. Show times are: Friday, July 15th at 7:30 PM, Saturday, July 16th at 7:30 PM, and Sunday, July 17th at 2:00 PM Get Tickets
Sunday, July 24th at 7:00 PM Paul Rodriguez headlines the july ragland comedy night Friendly as all get-out, Latino stand-up comic Paul Rodriguez was born in Mexico but raised in East Los Angeles. After finishing his military service, he went to college on the GI bill with the idea of becoming an attorney, but developed an interest in comedy while taking elective courses. Paul honed his stand-up act at L.A.’s famous The Comedy Store while working as a doorman there, and got his break as an opening act for others at various concerts and universities and as a warm-up comic on Norman Lear’s short-lived sitcom Gloria (1982) starring Sally Struthers. Vegas Box Seats include a Meet and Greet with the Comedians in the Cultural Center from 6:30 to 7:00 as well as 2 Drink Tickets per seat. Special lanyards and Drink Tickets can be picked up at the Meet and Greet event. Rated R: Intended for ages 18 and up Get Tickets
July 25th – August 12th Summer Youth Camp (ages 10-18)  Whether the student wants to be on stage or work behind the scenes, there is a place for them in the youth summer camp’s production of Disney’s My Son Pinocchio Jr. The summer camp is hoping to bring 60-80 students into this program. High School juniors and seniors may also apply for an internship and learn additional skills on how to organize, plan, and run a theater production. The Klamath City School District will be giving out 12 scholarships to low-income students who wish to participate in the program. Tuition: $435*
* Multi Student Discounts and Scholarships Available Register Now
Sat, July 2nd. Sat, July 9th. Sat. July 16th. Historic Theaters Trolley Tour with Klamath Museum A tour aboard the Klamath County Museum’s trolley will highlight several locations in downtown Klamath Falls where movie theaters have operated over the past 125 years. The Museum is partnering with the Ross Ragland Theater to offer this look at the downtown district’s vibrant history. The tour includes a guided backstage tour of the Ragland, which itself was one of the city’s three big movie houses (and the only one still standing). Cost for the tour is $15 per person. Space is limited, and pre-paid reservations are required for the tour, which is being offered on three Saturdays. Call the Museum at (541) 882-1000 to reserve space. Proceeds benefit the Museum and the Ragland. Call Now

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