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Songcatcher on the Big Screen

May 16 @ 2:00 pm - 4:30 pm



Based on historical events…

Songcatcher is a 2000 drama film directed by Maggie Greenwald. It is about a musicologist researching and collecting Appalachian folk music in the mountains of western North Carolina. Although Songcatcher is a fictional film, it is loosely based on the work of Olive Dame Campbell, founder of the John C. Campbell Folk School in Brasstown, North Carolina, and that of the English folk song collector Cecil Sharp, portrayed at the end of the film as professor Cyrus Whittle.

Join us for a Q&A after the movie!
Special guest speakers Chris Smith a Professor, Chair of Musicology, and director of the Vernacular Music Center at Texas Tech University, Curtis Peoples, Ph.D., an Archivist for the Crossroads of Music Archive at Texas Tech University, and Anna Dempsey a Professor of Art History at UMass Dartmouth will all be discussing various aspects of music history and composition.

Sunday, May 16th at 2:00pm
Tickets: $10. $2 discount for students

Reserve Tickets Now

Covid-19 Guidelines:

-Do Not Enter if You Are Sick
-Face Coverings REQUIRED
-Wash Hands Frequently & Before Entering
-Keep a Safe 6 ft Distance from Others
-Cover Face when Coughing or Sneezing
-Avoid Touching Your Face
-Avoid Physical Contact

Refunds/Exchanges: Tickets are non-refundable. If you are unable to use your tickets to a Ross Ragland performance you may return them to the box office prior to the event and claim them as a charitable donation. Exchange privileges are reserved for Ross Ragland season ticket holders and Friends of the Ragland only. Original ticket must be presented for exchange and only RRT presented performances are valid. There is a $1.00 per ticket handling fee for each exchange.


May 16
2:00 pm - 4:30 pm


Ross Ragland Theater
218 N 7th St
Klamath Falls,
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