You Can Still Stream Ridgewood Jamboree 2021!

Extended until February 28!

If you missed Jamboree this week, not to worry! You have until February 28 to watch this spectacular show. This year marks the 75th show for RHS Jamboree., They pulled off what would seem to be an impossible task making an impossible mission possible! In the throws of a pandemic, it’s no easy feat to accomplish any kind of theatrical film production, let alone one with 165 cast members and 15 people on the creative team and crew. Yet they’re doing it! A tradition 75 years in the making, nothing will stop this cast and crew.

Since 1947, Jamboree has presented an original musical revue to raise need-based scholarship funds for college bound Ridgewood High School seniors. Over 125 RHS parents and guardians contribute each year by performing on stage, designing costumes, building sets, and working backstage. Over the last 15 years, RHS Jamboree has raised more than $1.8 million which was distributed to hundreds of worthy applicants. In 2020, we raised $200,000!

Tickets are $25.00 per device/access code. Only one device at a time can use this code. It is not shareable.

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