Upcoming Productions and Events
All Randall Theatre Productions start at 7 pm other than Sunday matinees (unless otherwise stated).
Sunday Matinees start at 1 pm.
The Only Live Theater in Oregon Offering "Pay What You Want" Seating for All Mainstage Productions
Based on availability
10 3rd St. (Front & 3rd Streets): Medford, Oregon
The Madwoman of Chaillot
June 26, 27, July 2, 3, 8, 9, 10, 11 at 7 pm
June 28, July 5, 12 at 1 pm
The setting is the Chaillot district of Paris in a small bistro populated by street singers, waiters, jugglers, musicians, ragpickers and an occasional tourist. A group of corrupt executives discover oil under the city of Paris and stop at nothing to gain control of it. In steps Countess Aurelia,a happily eccentric. Aurelia is, at the onset, almost incapable of seeing anything but a happy, beautiful world. The Ragpicker, spokesman for the vagabonds, gently enlightens her and she begins to understand that her beautiful world may well be destroyed by this evil group.
Aurelia enlists the help of her best friends and fellow madwomen: Constance, Gabrielle and Josephine. As they indulge in tea and biscuits in Aurelia's cellar, they plot to bring the evildoers to justice. The crazy tea party resolves in a trial in which all the evil is condemned and judgment is pronounced. The greedy ones are lured into the sewers of Paris, destined to wander ever further down into the bowels of the earth while joy and love return to the streets of Paris.
Randall Theatre Main Stage Productions
Advance Reserved Seat Tickets: $15
Purchase online or by calling 541-632-3258
Pay What You Want at the door for seats remaining unsold 30 minutes before showtime.
The Randall Theatre Playhouse Series
Ticket prices vary
The Greatest Generation
Musical Review Production
July 17 – 7 pm
July 19 – 1 pm
Tickets - $10 Reserved - "Pay What You Want" at the door
This tribute to “The Greatest Generation” - those who fought bravely in WWII, has been touring Oregon since 2006 and showcases upbeat songs and heartfelt ballads from the 30s and 40s. The story of the WW II generation is told through music and narrative, while photos and film clips are displayed on a “mini-movie palace”. Musical numbers include, “I Feel a Song Coming On,” “Pennies from Heaven,” “They All Laughed,” “The White Cliffs of Dover,” “I’ve Got a Pocketful of Dreams”, and some “hidden gems” that most people haven’t heard in at least half a century.
The Harmony People
Saturday, August 29th - 7 pm
Tickets $15 reserved and at the door
The vocal duo of Anjalisa Aitken and Gary Garrett. Easy listening music with angelic harmonies. Affirming and empowering. Come feel embraced and elevated.
Anjalisa and Gary have recently returned from their tour of the Hawaiian Islands.
Anjalisa Aitken and Gary Garret
For more information, contact the Randall Theatre