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The Ross Ragland Theater is excited to announce another season of theater classes to the youth of the basin and some new classes.  We  have a children’s choir added to the season as well as another Teen program. Scroll down for all the details!

The classes are filled with theater games and socially engaging exercises intended to establish and strengthen skills used in the performing arts.


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Please email Sam at education@rrtheater.org to get put on the wait list for Fall Classes

Rag Tag Children’s Choir

Grades K-3rd Monday’s 4:00 – 4:45 pm

Grades 4th-6th Monday’s 5:00 – 6:00 pm

Sept 9- Nov 18
Instructor: Danielle Harmon
Cost: $150, additional siblings are $100

Rag Tag Children’s Choir returns!

Explore the wonderful world of choral music. Learn vocal techniques, music appreciation, and participate in a high energy performance on the Ragland stage.

Showcase will be on  Friday, November 22, 2019




Storybook Theater

Magic Tree House Adventures, Grades K-3
Tuesdays 4:00 – 5:00 pm / Sept 17- Nov 12
Instructor: Amber Burger
Cost: $85, additional siblings are $50

Help bring the stories of the Magic Tree House to life on the stage. Have fun with one of the best story books around.

Students get to learn and perform a wonderful play. Will learn the basics of acting and scene work  and perform in showcase with costumes.

Showcase will be on  Saturday, November 16, 2019




Scenes From A Book

Tales from Harry Potter, Grades 3-8
Tuesdays 5:15 – 6:15 pm / Sept 17- Nov 12
Instructor: Amber Burger
Cost: $85, additional siblings are $50

Check out this class exploring scenes from the stories of Harry Potter and Hogwarts School of magic.

We will explore the subtleties of various adventures that will culminate in a showcase of scenes.

Showcase will be on  Saturday, November 16, 2019


Musical Theater

Musical Theater – Magic Tree House, Grades K-3
Wednesday’s 4 – 5pm / Sept 18- Nov 12
Instructor: Tori Lancaster
Cost: $85, additional siblings are $50

This offers students adventures with the Magic Tree House in musical theater. The students will be learn music and dances created  from stories from this magical book and become musical theater.

They will then practice them to perform these numbers with costumes at the final showcase. Development in voice work, stage directions, and presence.

Showcase will be on  Saturday, November 16, 2019

Musical Theater II: Harry Potter Musical Adventures , Grades 3-8
Wednesday’s 5:15 – 6:15 pm / Sept 18- Nov 12
Instructor: Tori Lancaster
Cost: $85, additional siblings are $50

Journey through the Adventures of Harry Potter with music and choreography.

Kids will get to sing and dance to music from this new Musical and present in a showcase with costumes. Along with development in voice work, stage directions, and presence.

Showcase will be on  Saturday, November 16, 2019

Upcoming Events for Winter & Spring  After School Classes and Rag Tag Children’s Choir



Coming up classes for the 2019-20 Season

Winter-After School Theater

All classes will be joining together to put on the great adventures of  The Wizard of Oz.

Storybook K-3 & 4-8, Musical Theater K-3 & 4-8, Puppet class Grades 4-8 and Tech class Grades 6-12

Dates: Jan.7 & 8th to Mar. 3 & 4th with showcase on March 7th.

Spring- After School Theater

We will be offering Storybook for K-3 & 4-8 and Musical Theater for K-3 & 4-8 with the theme of Camelot with King Arthur and his knights of the round table.

Dates: Mar. 10 & 11th to May 5th with showcase on May 9th. 


2nd Session of Rag Tag Children’s Choir

Explore the wonderful world of choral music with Danielle Harmon.

Dates: Jan. 13th to April 15 with performance on May 19th, 2020


See Theater Camps for Spring Break & Summer activities.


New Teen Program

This is a great opportunity for High School teens to Audition and get experience in performing for a large audience, a Stipend will be paid to each student, with no heavy time commitments until last 2 weeks before show. We are looking for 15 students for this year.

This pilot program last year turned out great, so we are continuing into next year’s season of 2019-20.

We are doing The Princess and the Pirates.

Margaret would rather play video games than do her homework, so her Poppa tells her the story of Princess Margaret, whose family is kidnapped by pirates. The only way for her to save them is to use the Pythagorean Theorem to help the mermaids find the pirate ship, but did she pay enough attention when her tutor, Professor Archimedes, was trying to teach it to her? The Princess and the Pirates is a comic homage to the classic movie, The Princess Bride, but with a purpose: to remind children that there are real-life applications for math.

Auditions will be held on Monday, September 16, 2019 from 4-6 pm

This play will be performed by Local Teens for the Klamath Basin elementary students, Seniors in the Basin and a performance for the public. We have found a very fun & familiar play that the students will be able to interact with the characters on stage.

Directing this play is one of our own Youth StARTS Artist- Amber Burger.

Performances will be on January 16, 17 & 18th, 2020

Students will have to miss 1 day of school for the Matinees on January 16th, 2020.




We are pleased to announce the cast of:








Victoria (Tori) Lancaster 

Tori has been in the Education Program at the RossRagland Theater for over five years. She studied theater and dance for over ten years locally before moving to Southern Oregon University where she emphasized in technical theater, stage management, Shakespeare studies and musical theater. She thoroughly enjoys teach these concepts to young students. She has recently choreographed the Ross Ragland’s Youth Theater Camp’s 2018 production of James and the Giant Peach, Jr., and assistant directed their 2017 production of Mulan, Jr. In addition to directing the Ross Ragland’s Little Sprouts Theater Camp’s 2017 production of Gran’s Guide to Ogres and the 2017 production of Stories under the Big Top.      

Amber Burger

Amber has 15+ years of theater experience both on stage and off. She has worked as a technician and production team member, as well as a performer, giving her a well-rounded knowledge of the theater.  Amber has worked with the Ross Ragland Youth Theater Day Camp for nine summers – including directing Willy Wonka in 2016.  She also served as the KU drama coach in 2016-17 – directing several plays there.  She loves sharing her knowledge and passion with children.

Jeff Press

Jeff is a director & performer who has worked internationally. Before moving to Klamath he received his Master of Fine Arts in Theatre Directing at East 15 Acting School in London. Previously, Jeff received his Bachelor’s degree in Theatre Arts from Eastern Oregon University. He also spent time studying and working in Moscow, Bali, and Sydney. Jeff started working for the Ragland’s Education Department at the beginning of 2016 and has taught in classrooms, after school classes, and directed the last two Youth Theater Day Camp shows. He has also performed in and directed various other children’s shows and community productions, including directing the RRT’s 2017 production of Mary Poppins.

Heather Sha

Heather is a substitute teacher for grades K-12, and has been in love with theater since she was 8 years old. She continued acting in community theater productions and school plays through college. Last summer she was a counselor at the Ross Ragland’s Summer Youth Theater Day Camp. Since 2009 she has volunteered at the Linkville Theater as actor, director, stage manager, sound designer, and light and sound operator. In 2011 she co-founded Little Linkville, a local troupe who creates and performs three plays a year for children of all ages.

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