"Pay What You Want" at the door for all Mainstage Productions
Based on availability

10 E. 3rd St. (Front & 3rd Streets) Medford, Oregon
541-632-3258
The Magic of Jason Andrews"
World renown Magician and Illusionist Jason Andrews makes his third appearance at the Randall Theatre.

Jason has been seen on "Masters of Illusion" on the CW Network, "Penn & Teller's Fool Us," Brain Games and the Disney Channel. He has mystified audiences all over the world. He loves performing at our little theater and because of that he has chosen to keep prices low so that most anyone can afford to see his amazing magic.

ONE SHOW ONLY - May 11th at 7 pm.
Tickets $10 in advance, $15 at the door. Other levels of pricing are available online if you wish to support the
Randall Theatre further.

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"Puppeteers For Fears Spring Showcase"
The Puppeteers For Fears group is back! Live music! Comedy! Puppet burlesque! And so much more!

Dates - May 12th at 8 pm, May 13th at 2 pm.
Tickets - $10, but there are other levels available if you wish to support the troupe more. Price choices are $10 General, $15 "I Want To Give!" and "I SUPPORT YOU" for $20.
TICKETS - https://red.vendini.com/ticket-software.html…

Described by audiences as as Rocky Horror meets The Muppets, Puppeteers for Fears is the only all-local, all-original theater company in Southern Oregon, and the only dedicated horror musical comedy puppet troupe in the known universe.

PFF will launch its 2018 season with a cabaret of short content showcasing the unique culture of Southern Oregon, and the kooky interplay between puppetry and a live rock band.

Come see..
-Original songs
-Puppet burlesque
-The comedy roast of William Shakespeare
-A sneak preview of PFF's highly-anticipated fall show: "Robopocalypse: the Musical!"
You'll laugh. You'll cry. You'll head bang.

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  "Staged Reading of Ed Miller's new musical "Waiting Star".

While Waiting Star brings to life familiar Shakespearean characters – the story and dialogue are all new. The show could best be described as a prelude to Henry IV, Part I.

Prince Hal wants to experience everything that life has to offer. He is delighted to discover a whole new world at The Boar’s Head Tavern. There he meets his most notorious companion, the merry rogue, Jack Falstaff. As the show opens, Falstaff discovers that he has a long-lost, daughter, Ann. She is his complete opposite and their first meeting is more than awkward. That same night she also meets Prince Hal, who is immediately smitten with her, and the sparks fly. Almost everyone tries to profit financially from the romance: the king’s enemies use it to spark rebellion and even Falstaff tries to cash in. Somehow, his laughable schemes always seem to work.

May 18th at 7 pm.
Admission: Free (donations graciously accepted). Complimentary wine will be made available.