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New Theatre Progress

Riverfront Playhouse would like to recognize Sierra Pacific Foundation for their generous support for our Capital Campaign with a recent large donation. We are very grateful for their support!
Saturday March 26th was outside cleanup day at our new building at 1950 California Street. A huge thank you to all who worked so hard to spruce up the front along the stream and all around the building. Steve Main, Mike Tuggle, Darryll Alvey, Tom Taylor, Karen Taylor, Lyle Hurley Dan Kupsky, Larry Morgon, Gary Stucki, and Bryan Storm who all took part as well as member Della Martin. And a shout out to our neighbors Terri Morovec and Danielle Arendt who really pitched in to help us. You are the best neighbors ever! And thanks to Gold Street Liquors for supplying us with water and sodas!


The sun came out Saturday and the sign went up! Thanks to Karen Taylor, Tom Taylor, Darryll Alvey and Dan Kupsky for making this happen!

Did he know this would be one of his “duties” on the board?
Riverfront board member, Darryll Alvey, prepping the sign in front of the new theatre on California Street.


Meet Don Ajamian, our contractor for the construction remodel

at 1950 California Street.

Learn more about Don on his website –

Don Ajamian Construction


Thanks to Deon Pollett for the donation of a piano for future use at our new home!


The Riverfront Board of Directors and Capital Campaign members met for a team building workshop and are excited to begin the next steps to making the theatre in Downtown Redding a reality.

Pictured: Ronda Ball-Alvey, Brad Tillson, Pamela Carney, Lloyd Arnett, Trevor Karns, Carol Robeson, Karen Taylor, John Mathena, Barbara Harrison, Steve Main, Darryll Alvey, Bryan Storm, Sherron Jackson, Patty Williams, Dan Kupsky, Carol Skill, Mary Forbes, Larry Morgon, Lynn Miller. (not pictured, Larry Jackson, Maria Spencer-Drake)


Riverfront Board President Dan Kupsky and Vice President Carol Robeson sign the loan papers to complete the purchase of Riverfront’s new theatre in Downtown Redding.


William from Bay Alarm getting our alarm system back in working order.

Men at work cleaning the new building. Board members Steve Main vacuuming.

And Lloyd Arnett working on the mirrors.

Thank you Randy from Lowery Pest Control for making our new building safe from black widows and other creepy crawlies!
Tom Taylor making minor plumbing and electrical repairs before power and water can be turned on.

Board President Dan Kupsky and Vice President Carol Robeson signing escrow papers as Board member Darryll looks on.