On January 20, 2017, the Rialto had the opening night for its first play in 20 years, A Bad Year for Tomatoes, presented by Fremont Civic Theatre. While the Rialto is still being updated after years of inactivity, it has been restored sufficiently to hosts events. So far, the community has shown tremendous support for the Rialto and the seats have been filled for the first few nights of the production. The play itself is a captivating show to watch. The relatable characters and silly situations combined to make a hilarious comedy. There will be more performances held on January 27th, 28th, and 29th, all shows are $10. The Rialto appreciates all donations and volunteer support.
Photo provided by the Cañon City Daily Record. Fremont Civic Theatre actors Ken Trusty, Kathy Splitgerber, Jane Ann Carver, Brendan Pardue and Kathy Herrin look at Heather Strickler onthe set of A Bad Year for Tomatoes.