Murder Mystery Dinner Theater at RRT

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Murder at the Ragland!

 Klamath Falls, Ore. – The Ross Ragland Theater is excited to present a music theater event with Murder at The Ragland as part of its Cultural Center series on April 12 through 14 at 7p. The April 14 show is already sold out so get your tickets to Thursday or Friday night while you still can.

The Ragland Cultural Center series utilizes the smaller space of the Cultural Center to showcase local bands and talent in a smaller, more intimate space than the 700 person theater.  The past several years the show produced as part of the RCC series has been a “Redneck Shakespeare” dinner theater and others but this year a musical murder mystery dinner theater is being featured.

This original storyline created by director Dan Neubauer is set in a nightclub, with a cameo by Al Capone playing Al Russo. Follow the storyline as the young detective, played by Mark McCrary scrutinizes the evidence and helps unfold a murderous twist. Be dazzled as the Diamond Dolls played by Sarah Smart, Alexa Mannix and Corrie Judd perform music from the Golden Age of Jazz.

Tickets for the show are $35 before transaction fees and include a full dinner. Thursday menu is Prime Rib and baked potatoes with a trifle for dessert; Friday is Pork roast with scalloped potatoes and brownies/blondies for dessert. Saturday is Chicken Cordon Bleu and rice pilaf with Pizzelle cones with vanilla cream for dessert. Each night’s menu also includes Broccoli, Almond Green Beans, Salad & Rolls. The events are catered by the Ross Ragland Theater guild. 

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 to purchase tickets online and learn more about the theater. The box office is open 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday through Friday and two hours prior to show time the day of any weekend show.

Press release provided from the Ross Ragland Theater.