Ross Ragland Theater Unveils 25th Anniversary Season

, Written by Lyle Ahrens, Posted: Wed, July 17 2013 at 8:03 PM, Updated: Wed, July 17 2013 at 8:11 PM

The Ross Ragland Theater in Klamath Falls unveiled their upcoming performance season tonight.

Ross Ragland Executive Director Mark McCrary says he's excited about the silver anniversary performance season coming up...

"I'm excited because the season was chosen by a group of community people.  They've advised me, they gave me rankings, they did a lot of work to make sure that we had a really good, diverse group of artists coming."

That season includes:  Lonestar - Veggie Tales - Three Dog Night - Diane Lines 'Jump' - Everything Fitz - Dan Hicks and his Hot Licks - The Montreal / California Guitar Trio - The Nutcracker - The Esquire Jazz Orchestra - It's a Wonderful Life - Michel Lauziere - Cirque Ziva - The Coats - Two on Tap - Rhythm of the Dance - Stone In Love - Mama Mia - Amanda Stott - Dancing With Your Stars - A Taste of Klamath - Max Levinson - Chamber Orchestra Kremlin - The Prima Trio - High School Honors Recital - and, Monday Night At The Movies.

You'll find ticket information online at:  www.rrtheater.org

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Lyle Ahrens

KOTI-TV NBC2 reporter Lyle Ahrens moved from Nebraska to Klamath Falls in the late 1970's.  He instantly fell in love with the mountains, the trees and the rivers, and never once regretted the move.

Lyle's job history is quite colorful.  He’s managed a pizza parlor; he’s been a bartender, and a “kiwifruit grader” at an organic orchard in New Zealand.  A Klamath Falls radio station hired Lyle in the mid 90's as a news writer and commercial producer.  In 2004, Lyle joined the KOTI/KOBI news operation.

Lyle notes with pride that he has a big responsibility presenting the Klamath Basin to a wide and varied audience.  "The on-going water crisis has underscored the fact that the people and the issues in the Klamath Basin are every bit as diverse as the terrain.  Winning and keeping the trust of the viewers, as well as the newsmakers, is something I strive for with each story".

When he's not busy reporting the news, Lyle enjoys astronomy, playing guitar, fixing old radios and listening to anything by Sheryl Crow.

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