For the 2023/24 Season

2023/24 Season Shows



Grades K-3

Thursday, September 28th, 2023 @ 10:00 AM & 12:30 PM

Harmony Artists presents “Cinderella.”  Bullied by her two mean Stepsisters, Cinders’ future looks bleak until her Fairy Godmother casts a spell and sends her to the ball. How will the Prince ever find her when she flees at midnight, leaving behind a single glass slipper? True to the story, bringing to life this tale for all time, a slice of amazing Panto Company USA fun full of original modern songs, bursting with more hilarity than you can imagine and of course a happy ending.

The Great Dubois: Masters of Variety

Grades K-6

Tuesday, November 14 @ 10 AM & 12:30 PM

A fast-paced, high-energy circus show for all ages…showcasing incredible feats of juggling, hula hoops, unicycle, aerial, circus stunts, contortion, magic and audience interaction all wrapped up in a blanket of comedy.   Simply put…the most unique 2-person circus show you will ever see!

Recently featured in Hugh Jackman’s hit movie, “The Greatest Showman”, The Great DuBois have amassed an impressive list of credits, including the Tony Award winning “Pippin” on Broadway, “The Tonight Show with Jay Leno”, “Late Night with David Letterman”, Britney Spears World Circus Tour, and the movie “Burlesque” to highlight just a few.

The award-winning combination of Michael DuBois and Viktoria Grimmy have five generations of circus performing between them, a spectacular theatrical set for proscenium stages, and have performed countless shows at theatres, universities, cruise ships, fairs and festivals all over the world.

The Great Dubois: Masters of Variety

Mirror of Most Value – A Ms. Marvel Play

The Ross Ragland Theater and Cultural Center presents the 2022/23 Teen Theatre Program Production of:
“Mirror of Most Value”

Grades 2-6

Thursday, January 18th, 2024 @ 10:00 AM & 12:30PM


Kamala attempts to boost Ms. Marvel’s fledgling superhero profile by writing her own fan fiction. But when building a fandom becomes an obsession, Kamala’s schoolwork and relationships begin to suffer. To become the Jersey City hero of her dreams, Kamala must learn to accept herself just as she is – imperfections and all.

The Spirit of Harriet Tubman
Grades 5-6

Tuesday, February 13, 2024 @ 12:30 PM

There are many plays about Harriet Tubman, but none share her entire life story like a visit with The Spirit of Harriet Tubman. Leslie McCurdy invokes the ‘spirit’ of Harriet Tubman as she portrays the life of the famous Underground Railroad conductor, recreating stories familiar and some rarely told, using words said to have been Harriet Tubman¹s own. Through it all we learn of the faith and conviction that drove Harriet Tubman to follow her dreams; the spirit of the past connecting with the present, inspiring her charges to have the courage to do the same in envisioning their future.

The Spirit of Harriet Tubman

Janet’s Planet

Janet’s Planet

Grades 3-6

 Wednesday, March 13, 2024 @ 10AM & 12:30PM

Quantitative: Janet promotes curiosity, creativity, and enjoyment in learning. Her multiple approaches in the presentations of ideas/concepts representing multiple intelligences/learning styles, adds to a positive classroom environment. Her interactive, cooperative approach to learning leads to more motivated and engaged student learning.

Qualitative: The methodology, which Janet uses when covering material / objectives in Janet’s Planet shows, is also influenced by research about how to enhance student achievement.

Lightwire Theater
Grades K-6

Thursday, April 4, 2024 @ 10:00 AM & 12:30 PM

DINO-LIGHT was the recipient of the prestigious Jim Henson Foundation Grant and is the first feature-length theatrical production created and performed by creators Ian Carney and Corbin Popp.

In this original storyline, a famous scientist with magic powers brings a friendly dinosaur to life. When the dinosaur wanders away from home, he discovers a wonderful world full of creatures that light up the darkness and help him find the true meaning of love.

This glow-in-the-dark adventure is visually stunning and has been praised for its cutting-edge blend of puppetry, technology and dance by audiences all over the world.

Lightwire Theater

Dancing with Your Stars

Dancing with Your Stars

Grades K-6

 Thursday, May 9, 2024 @ 10AM

In May, we have our annual Dancing with Your Klamath Stars fundraiser.  This is a fundraiser where professional dancers come for the week to teach the contestants the dances to compete on Friday (just like the TV show, only all in one week).  These dancers are professionals, and they love to perform for school groups as well as on the Friday evening.  During the week, they have a decent amount of time, since they can’t be practicing with the contestants all day, where they can provide other opportunities in the community.  With this comes our opportunity to provide a matinee experience for the schools.  Join us for a fun event filled with music and dancing!  You and your students will learn about all different kinds of ballroom dances and have lots of fun along the way!

Teddy Roosevelt – The Man in the Arena

Grades 4-6

Wednesday, May 15, 2024 at 10AM & 12:30PM

The Man in the Arena is a celebration of Theodore Roosevelt – the essential American. Owen Wister, who knew him well, called him “the most American American who ever lived!”

He is famous for what was supposedly his favorite saying: “Speak softly and carry a Big Stick!” In fact, his favorite saying was “Do what you can, with what you’ve got, where you are.” He loved power, and he used power like no president before or since, not even Lincoln in wartime – but always with a profound sense of responsibility. He fought hard for regular people, he held out for high ideals, and he never preached anything he didn’t practice. That was the example he left us with. His courage, his honesty, his character, his energy and his profound vision for America are beacons shining through the ages. At his best, he showed us what we can be at our best and taught us what it means to be Americans. 

Teddy Roosevelt – The Man in the Arena

Theater Etiquette

The audience plays a key part in the overall theater experience. Each audience member affects those around him or her as well as the performers. Remind your class that everyone will have an especially wonderful time at the performance by remembering their theater manners.

Here is how students can help:

    Remain Seated

    It is important to remain seated throughout the performance.

    Visit Restroom Prior To Seating

    Restroom visits are best made prior to seating.

    No Photography or Recording

    Photography and recording during the performance are not permitted.

    Enjoy The Performance

    Give your full attention and energy to the performers. In return, the performers give it back to you with a better performance.

    No Talking

    Don’t talk during the show unless you are asked.  Sometimes we think that if we whisper, it is okay.  But if everyone in the audience whispers, it can be disruptive to the performers.

    Turn Silent Mode On

    Turn watches, pagers and cell phones to silent.

    Do Not Interrupt

    Do not interrupt performers with comments that may disrupt the performance for others.

    Show Appreciation

    Show the performers your appreciation for their efforts by applauding.

    Your cooperation will ensure a well-focused environment for everyone to enjoy, cherish & remember.