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Shows at the Craterian Theater!
January 11 - January 28
Jay Owenhouse: Dare to Believe 2020
January 11 at 4 PM & 8 PM
Jay Owenhouse, legendary escape artists and one of the most recognized illusionists in history, is back in Medford OR. By Popular Demand for one night only in “Dare to Believe!”, an illusion spectacular. The show has been voted by audiences and critics alike “One of the Top 10 Live Shows in America”.
Tickets: $72 “Save The Wild Supporter” Limited VIP package, $42 for all other seats
Jubal Fresh: Fresh till Death Comedy Tour
January 17 at 8 PM
Jubal Fresh is a standup comedian, a Marconi Award-winning radio host, podcaster, television personality, comedy writer and graffiti artist. Known for his quick wit, keen and often strange observations you never know what you’re going to get. Jubal currently hosts the nationally syndicated radio show, “Brooke & Jubal in the Morning” which is aired in over 50 markets throughout North America. Not suitable for ages 16 and under.
Tickets: Adult $20-$25, Senior, Student and Military Discounts Available with valid ID ($15-$20)
January 18 at 7:30 PM
Mozart: Symphony No. 36, “Linz”
Brahms: Variations on a Theme of Joseph Haydn
Beethoven: Piano Concerto No. 5, “Emperor” Angela Cheng, piano
Tickets: Adults $55, $44, $38, $33, $25, $15/ Students (6-22) 15$
Mystery Science Theater 3000: LIVE
January 20 at 7:30 PM
Join Mystery Science Theater 3000 creator and original host Joel Hodgson on the Satellite of Love as he embarks on one final tour of the B-movie universe with his hilarious, cinema-riffing robot companions, Tom Servo, Crow, and Gypsy. For 30 years, the Peabody Award-winning humor of MST3K has established it as a cult classic and one of the Top 100 TV shows of all time. Don’t miss this last uproarious chance to “escape reality for a few wonderful hours and instead live in the twisted galactic world of Hodgson’s mind.” (Paste Magazine)
Sponsored by: Rogue Valley Messenger
Tickets: $39, $42, $45 (VIP Add-Ons available at check out after seats are selected)
Queen: A Night at the Opera
January 25 at 7:30 PM
Since 2003, Classic Albums Live has been dedicated to taking audiences back to the past and faithfully recreating the most treasured music collections of our time. On this trip, these outstanding musicians will transport you to 1975 when Queen, one of the most iconic bands in the history of rock, released A Night at the Opera.
Sponsored by: Stephens Media Group, Rogue Disposal & Inn at the Commons
Tickets: Adults $38, $35, $32/ Youth & Students 22 and Under $28, $25, $22
The Choir of Man
January 28 at 7:30 PM
Imagine spending a night at the pub with nine wildly talented men who at any moment could break into boisterous song and foot-stomping, joyful dance. The ingenious minds of Nic Doodson and Andrew Kay did just that and created the dynamic and delightfully kinetic Choir of Man. Back by popular demand, these lively and gifted performers tumble, dance, play, and sing their way through 90 minutes of pure entertainment. This feel-good show offers something for everyone and will no doubt “have you dancing down the aisles” (Broadway Baby).
Sponsored by: Southern Oregon Subaru, Lynn & Doris Sjolund and Marjorie Overland
Tickets: Adults $48, $45, $42, Youth & Students 22 and Under $36, $33, $30