Ramona, played by Kayla Contreras declares her love for Alessandro, played by Joseph Valdez, during a performance of “Ramona” on Saturday, March 17, 2018. Valley News/Photo by Kim Harris

With the continued easing of COVID-19 crowd restrictions, the Ramona Bowl Amphitheater is now looking to the future and once again selling tickets for the world famous outdoor game “Ramona” and opening things up for more. community events in the coming year. It’s been two years since the Ramona play based on Helen Hunt Jackson’s famous book, “Ramona,” which brought the US legislature to a closer look at the injustice suffered by Native Americans in the 1800s, premiered. The play, presented in the more than 5,000-seat outdoor amphitheater at 27400 Ramona Bowl Road and against the backdrop of the California hills, begins this year on April 23, 24, 30 and May 1, according to the website of the amphitheater. The cast of the play includes hundreds of elementary school students p






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