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Mirror, Mirror »

Written by: Brian D. Taylor
Directed by: La Ronda Etheridge

  • Evening Showdates: Friday, March 19 & Saturday, March 20 @ 7pm
  • Matinee Showdates: Saturday, March 20 & Sunday, March 21 @ 2pm


  • Name Your Price! *Suggested donation of $10*
    **Please note, this is a virtual performance. Tickets must be purchased at least 15 minutes before the event begins and it will stream directly to your ticketing account. Please further note, the video is only available for 6 hours, after the event begins.**

Our Winter Semester of Broadway Our Way is proud to present a virtual production of Mirror, Mirror! Characters don’t need modern-day technology in this virtual fractured fairy tale — they have magic mirrors! The Evil Queen wishes to be fairest of them all.  But when her Magic Mirror informs her that it is Snow White who is most fair, the queen is livid!  The Evil Queen summons great magic in hopes of finding Snow White […]

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The Play at Home Plays »

Directed by: Rosie Brownlow-Calkin

  • March 26th @ 5pm & 7pm PST
  • March 27th @ 2pm, 5pm & 7pm PST
  • March 28th @ 10am, 2pm & 5pm PST


  • Name Your Price!
    Suggested price of $10.
  • Please note, this is a virtual performance. Tickets must be purchased at least 15 minutes before the event begins, it will stream directly to your ticketing account. Please further note, the broadcast is only available on your account for 24 hours, after the event begins and the event MUST be accessed on the date of the performance you purchased for. See the bottom of this page for video instructions on accessing the performance.

The Play at Home Plays is a virtual production unlike any that has come before- featuring three new short-plays specifically written to be produced and viewed at home during the Covid-19 pandemic. Why We Can’t Have Nice Things Written by: Lloyd Suh  Hijinks await as Bobby and Andy attempt to resolve the dilemma inherent in being an unusually accident-prone couple with a proclivity for nice things. Watch RLT veterans Bob and Cathy Gabrielli play opposite […]

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Teens Speak Out: Unmuted »

An evening of original works featuring excerpts from “Quaranteens” 

“Quaranteens” Written by: Laurie Allen
Directed by: LaRonda Etheridge

  • Thursday, April 29th @ 7pm
  • Friday, April 30th @ 5pm & 7pm
  • Saturday, May 1st @ 2pm & 7pm
  • Sunday, May 2nd @ 10am & 2pm


  • Name Your Price!
    *Suggested price: $10


*Please note, this is a virtual performance. Tickets must be purchased at least 15 minutes before the event begins and it will stream directly to your ticketing account. Be sure to purchase a ticket for the day you want to view the performance- the video is only available for 24 hours after the event begins. For instructions on how to access the performance, please scroll to the bottom of this page.*

The Teens Speak Out program is now in its third year. Featuring monologues, scenes, dances, vocal performances, and visual arts, this program is designed to give voices to local teen performers on topics that matter most to them – with several of the pieces being written by the performers themselves.  The productions are curated by the teens under the guidance of RLT Education Coordinator, La Ronda Etheridge. The Teens Speak Out program debuted in 2019 […]

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The Foreigner »

Written by: Larry Shue
Directed by: Rod Hearn

  • Evening Showdates: 5/24, 5/25, 5/30 (tt), 5/31, 6/1, 6/6 (tt), 6/7, 6/8, 6/13 (tt), 6/14, 6/15 @ 7:30 PM
  • Matinee Showdates: 5/25 (PWYC), 5/26, 6/2*, 6/9, 6/16 @ 2:00 PM

(tt) = Thirsty Thursday- FREE drink with ticket purchase, PWYC denotes Pay-What-You-Can performance, * denotes post-show talk-back.


  • Adult: $25
  • Senior/Military: $20
  • Students: $15

Run time: 2hrs & 30 min (including 15 minute intermission)

Advisory: This production has LIVE FLAMES & FOG MACHINES.

Synopsis: This fun and funny farce from the 1980’s, just happens to have renewed relevance at the moment. Through the goofiness of it all, there is a true reflection of the ongoing battle between closed-mindedness and open-heartedness. Cast: Keith Roberts as Froggy Lesueur Scott Hernandez as Charlie Baker Moira Bengochea as Betty Meeks Bradly Howell as Rev. David Marshall Lee Anna Pidlypchak as Catherine Sims Bob Gabrielli  as Owen Musser Patrick McCarty  as Ellard Simms

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Sense & Sensibility »

Written by: Kate Hamill based on the novel by Jane Austen
Directed by: James Mardock

  • Evening Showdates: 7/5, 7/6***, 7/11 (tt), 7/12, 7/13, 7/18 (tt), 7/19, 7/20, 7/25 (tt), 7/26, 7/27 @ 7:30 PM
  • Matinee Showdates: 7/6 (PWYC), 7/7, 7/14*, 7/21, 7/28 @ 2:00 PM


  • Adults: $25
  • Senior/Military: $20
  • Students: $15
  • Kids 12 & Under: $12

***Please note, the complimentary Artown show has sold out.***

Synopsis: A delightful and supremely theatrical look at social climbing, heartbreak, and love, with no apologies necessary to the 1811 source material. Cast: Michelle Calhoun as Anne/Mrs Dashwood Jacqueline King as Mrs Jennings Angie Green as Fanny Bob Ives as Sir John Reese Kväll as Margaret Jared Lively as Edward John Proctor* as Brandon Ariel Quinain as Lucy Tara Rispin as Elinor Caulder Tempel as Willoughby/John Dashwood Elise Van Dyne as Marianne *Member of Actors’ Equity […]

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Annual Meeting »

When: Sunday, 7/28 @ 10am
Where: The Mainstage

Click the “Buy Tickets” link to RSVP to this free event! 

Please join us for our Annual Meeting. We will be discussing the 84th Season & FY19 accomplishments, plans for the 85th Season (and beyond), and will be electing new board members while we say goodbye to several others.

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Blythe Awards »

When: Saturday, August 3rd

Social Hour @ 6:30pm
Presentation to begin at @ 7:30pm

Join us as we celebrate the performers, technicians, and volunteers who brought our 84th Mainstage Season to the stage.

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