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Setting is fabulous and every seat has a great view although for some older seniors the distance from the actors to the seating is somewhat far. I guess my only complaint is that it was really hot when I attended on May 5th 2018 and...More
Took all my family with there children to see this play. Very expensive but it was all worth it. I read the book first than watch the movie with Racquel Welch. The book was well written and fast reading. Interesting that they have history in...More
A truly unique experience as an outdoor theatre. The story line and actors portray the historic events of Ramona and brings you into an era long forgotten. If the weather is going to be hot you may want to sit on top with shade as...More
I loved the novel Ramona from my youth and it was fun to see it depicted in the hills where it takes place. You sit on benches (hard, take a cushion or rent one) in the sun (take hat, sunscreen, water, or get a seat...More
This is a fabulous outdoor play. The stage is real meaning there are real props such as house, gardens, hills, etc. No painted backdrops. All the seats are open so bring a hat. The seats have wooden backs, but the bottom is made of cement...More
Ramona Bowl Amphitheatre is host to the historical pageant 'Ramona' in April and May each year. Snowbirds (those people who live elsewhere and spend the winter in the area) were invited to attend the first full dress rehearsal of Ramona on March 17th this year....More
The Ramona Bowl is a natural amphitheater with great acoustics that is home to the “Ramona Pageant “. It is the story of the settling of this area and some of the conflicts between the Native Americans, Spanish and White Settlers.
It has horses Native...More
Attended the Ramona Play, parking was good, had a a van give us a ride to entrance. Outside attractions included food and music and dance groups. Plenty of shaded seating. Amphitheater is large but seating is rustic, advisable to rent or bring cushions. Also bring...More