Good Company Players at
Roger Rocka’s Dinner Theater

There is a chance that we may be able to reopen next month.    We’ve been working to make things as safe as we possibly can.  But much will depend on the cooperation and support of  our audience.

However anyone may feel individually about the dangers of the COVID-19 Virus, our commitment at Roger Rocka’s Dinner Theater is to try to protect the most vulnerable among us.  That means we’ll be expecting you to wear a mask when you arrive and leave, and any time you get up from your table.  We wear masks to protect not ourselves but for those around us, in case we unknowingly carry the virus.

We’ll be slashing our capacity and setting up seating with adequate space between parties.  But that means you may not be sitting exactly where you’re used to.  And moving would defeat the purpose.  We’ll all need to respect each other’s safe space.

The buffet will be gone for the foreseeable future.  We’ll be bringing your food from the kitchen and our staff will be togged out for safety.  We’ll be using our linens since washing kills the virus.  But bread baskets and shared items will be replaced with individual servings.

We want to make things as safe as possible for the people in our audience, many of whom are old friends who have been with us for decades.    At the same time, we want to make the evening as comfortable and enjoyable as ever.

The same holds true for Good Company Players’ and its 2nd Space Theatre.  As most of you know, we are two separate companies – working together since 1978 on the strength of a simple handshake.  (Remember handshakes?)

As soon as we have a definite opening date, our box office will send out updated schedules to season subscribers and will begin calling to reschedule everyone who had tickets for a cancelled performance during the closure.

If you need to reach us, our kitchen table box office is open Tuesday through Friday from 1pm to 5pm.  (559) 266-9494.  Or email anytime at

(Photos are from earlier Good Company Players’ productions of The King & I.)