Let the music move you and the jokes fly. For a memorable Lake Tahoe summer experience, go see any or all the fine productions at the Valhalla Boathouse Theater. Located off the shores of South Lake Tahoe on the Tallac Historic Site, the Valhalla Arts, Music and Theatre Festival is in its 32nd season.
What’s happening at Valhalla Boathouse Theater in July?
- July 5-7 at 7:30 pm - God of Carnage (Tony award-winning comedy)
- July 8 at 2 pm - God of Carnage (Tony award-winning comedy)
- July 11 at 7:30 pm - Solid Air (music)
- July 12-14 at 7:30 pm - God of Carnage (Tony award-winning comedy)
- July 15 at 2 pm - God of Carnage (Tony award-winning comedy)
- July 16 at 7:30 pm - Houston Jones (music)
- July 19-21 at 7:30 pm - Death by Golf (play/comedy)
- July 22 at 2 pm - Death by Golf (play/comedy)
- July 25 at 7:30 pm - Joni Morris (music)
- July 26-29 at 7:30 pm - Death by Golf (play/comedy)
Led by Allegra Broughton and Sam Page, Solid Air masterfully blends high energy vocals, stellar musicianship, top-notch original songs as well as classics by the Beatles, Van Morrison, Emmylou Harris, Bob Dylan, Chris Isaak, Patsy Cline, and others.
Written by Yasmina Reza and translated by Christopher Hampton, God of Carnage is a 2009 Tony Award winner for best play. This must-see production may not be appropriate for children due to language and adult content.
Joni Morris and her After Midnight Band will perform “A Tribute to Patsy Cline” inside the acoustically perfect theater. Joni Morris’ rousing renditions of “Your Cheatin’ Heart,” “Crazy,” and “Walkin’ After Midnight,” will keep you on your toes.
Houston Jones is a San Francisco based high octane Americana quintet. The band performs a strong original repertoire that ranges from bluegrass and folk to blues and gospel.
Space is limited inside the Valhalla Boathouse Theater. Advanced tickets are recommended. For more information and ticket purchases, call 530.541.4975 or visit valhallatahoe.com.
The Tallac Historic Site is located two miles past the intersection of Highway 50 and Highway 89, just past Camp Richardson, on the lake side of Highway 89. Turn right on the street with the sign “Valhalla.” If the parking lot is full, feel free to park outside the entrance along Highway 89.