Good Company Players at
Roger Rocka’s Dinner Theater

As we begin July, we’re still waiting for any hint of good news about a safe date for reopening at Roger Rocka’s Dinner Theater.  The news instead over the weekend was that COVID-19 cases in Fresno County have nearly tripled over the past month.

Last Sunday was an anniversary for us, though we never expected to be observing it in shutdown.  June 28 marked 42 years for Roger Rocka’s Dinner Theater and 47 years since Good Company Players inaugural performance at the old Hilton Hotel downtown.

When we finally can reopen safely, we’ll present all the rest of the 2020 season and honor everyone’s tickets, but some of the shows obviously will have to slide into next year.
We’re really missing the fun of live theater
so we gathered some video clips of past
Good Company Players’ musicals to
cheer us up.  We’re just itching
to get going again!

Watch here!
Wearing a mask is something one does for our community
much more than for one’s self. 
Good Company Players’ first show in June of 1973 was “A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum”.  For its first 5 years, GCP did 3 shows each summer, first at the Hilton and then at Memorial Auditorium and the Del Webb.  GCP began performing year-round in 1978 with the opening of Roger Rocka’s Dinner Theater.