Press Release – June 30, 2014

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Contact:  Angela Shaddix                                                    
Telephone:  (909) 790-TIME (8463) Ext. 202                                           
 June 30, 2014


Local theatre troupe grows family-friendly entertainment on a thriving u-pick apple farm!

RILEY’S FARM THEATRE COMPANY is proud to present a full season of theatrical, musical, and concert works to delight the entire family!  Bringing life to the house and stages of Riley’s Farm in scenic Oak Glen, Riley’s Farm Theatre Company creates enchanting dinner events that feature staged drama & music, improvisation, and plenty of opportunities for guest interaction.  Many shows include live music and dancing, as well as exciting outdoor activities like country hayrides and tomahawk-throwing competitions.

Riley’s Farm Theatre Company is a dinner theatre troupe focused on four primary goals: to delight guests with family-friendly shows based on classic literature and thrilling historical events; to give patrons high-quality, wholesome entertainment and farm-fresh comfort cuisine surrounded by the country charm of scenic Oak Glen; to utilize and grow the theatrical talents of actors and educators who perform Living History tours at Riley’s Farm; and to present the best possible combination of theatrical, musical, and concert works each season.

Artistic director Eric Drazin (Courage, New Hampshire) is happy to present the 2014-2015 season, which includes:  Roaring ‘20s flapper/bootlegger musical Prohibition: Angels in the Dark (written by Eric Drazin), jivin’ summer Rockabilly Nights (featuring live music by Craic Haus), enchanting Big Band Night (featuring The Harmony Sisters and their Little Big Band, and a hilarious revival of Abbott & Costello’s classic piece Who’s on First?), Washington Irving’s timeless spine-tingling tale The Legend of Sleepy Hollow,  jovial colonial harvest celebration The Harvest Feast, 1770s holiday gala Christmas in the Colonies, and Charles Dickens’ heart-warming tale of redemption A Christmas Carol, and interactive murder-mystery dinner theatre favorite Sherlock Holmes (based on characters created by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle).

Prohibition: Angels in the Dark opens in July 2014 at Riley’s Farm (12261 S. Oak Glen Road, Oak Glen, CA 92399).  Tickets are available at or by calling (909) 797-7534 for performances on July 12th, 19th, 25th, and 26th.  Friday shows begin at 7:00 PM (Adults $29.95/Children $24.95), and Saturday shows begin at 6:00 PM (Adults $32.95/Children $27.95).  Doors open 30 minutes prior to event start time.  Parking is free.


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