The Linkville Players is the oldest community theater group in the Klamath Basin and is an all-volunteer, not-for-profit organization devoted to presenting an annual season of dramatic productions for the benefit and enjoyment of local residents, visitors and others interested in theater.
Together with its predecessor organizations, the Pelican Players and the Klamath Civic Theatre, the Linkville has been presenting amateur theatrical productions for more than 50 years and is recognized for the depth, variety and quality of its presentations.
It is also known for the “up close and personal” theater experience it offers since audience members are only a few feet away from the actors on the stage.
The Linkville also serves as a forum for teaching theater basics and production techniques to anyone interested in volunteering to work in the theater, whether onstage or off, and seeks to foster a continuing interest in the per-forming arts among members of its audience as well as among those involved in its theater productions.
There are 83 seats in the auditorium of the Linkville Playhouse, including 63 orchestra seats and 20 loge seats, plus 35 seats in the balcony, making the total seating capacity 118. The stage is a comfortable 35 feet wide by 24 feet deep.
Over its 50 year history, the Linkville has presented more than 300 productions. If comedies are king, then mysteries are the queen of theatre. Comedies account for more than 50% of productions at the Linkville.
Tickets are available for purchase at Periwinkle Home located at 831 Main Street, Klamath Falls. You can also call for more information and to check seat availability, 541.205.4395.