Ross Valley Players Announce 92nd Season

Marin County’s Ross Valley Players have announced their 92nd season of productions. Their five-show season opens on September 10 and concludes on June 5, 2022. It will consist of four “major” productions and one “RAW” (Ross Alternative Works) staged presentation.

All five shows will be presented at The Barn at the Marin Art and Garden Center in Ross.

Here are the productions scheduled for the Ross Valley Players 2021/22 season:

Ripcord – September 10 – October 10 – directed by Chloe Bronson – David Lindsay-Abaire mixes one part The Odd Couple with two parts The Golden Girls and comes up with a pretty funny show.

Camelot – November 12 – December 19 – directed by Zoe Swanson-Graham – music direction by Phillip Harris – RVP presents a Mountain Play production of the Lerner and Loewe musical classic based on the legend of King Arthur.

Sherlock Holmes and the Case of the Jersey Lily – January 21 – February 20, 2022 – directed by Phoebe Moyer – Katie Forgette blends fact with fiction in her original Holmes comedy/mystery. Auditions for this production are scheduled for July 15 & 16. Click HERE for audition information.

The Packrat Gene March 18 – April 3, 2022 – directed by Michael Cohen – Originally scheduled for 2020, this Ross Alternative Works production is an original work by Bay Area playwright Margy Kahn about a mother and daughter’s cross-generational struggles and life choices.

The Government Inspector – May 6 – June 5, 2022 – directed by Lisa Morse – Nikolai Gogol’s 180+ year-old classic about greed, stupidity, and corruption is considered by many one of the greatest plays ever written.

For more information, go to rossvalleyplayers.com

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