Chino Valley Repertory Theater Executive Director Eyes Next Production

By Jason Wheeler

Originally Published: March 12, 2020 9:16 p.m.

Jeff Frohock directs during rehearsal for the Chino Valley Repertory Theater on Oct. 17, 2019. The Chino Valley Repertory Theater’s next project is going to be something with a bit more significance, Frohock said. What’s planned is a dramatic reader’s theater the weekend before the Fourth of July geared toward veterans, or anyone interested in history, with the subject being letters from the front lines from the Revolutionary War to the present day. (Jason Wheeler/Review, file)

Jeff Frohock directs during rehearsal for the Chino Valley Repertory Theater on Oct. 17, 2019. The Chino Valley Repertory Theater’s next project is going to be something with a bit more significance, Frohock said. What’s planned is a dramatic reader’s theater the weekend before the Fourth of July geared toward veterans, or anyone interested in history, with the subject being letters from the front lines from the Revolutionary War to the present day. (Jason Wheeler/Review, file)

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