OSF cancels Thursday night show due to poor air quality

ASHLAND, Ore.- Oregon Shakespeare Festival is canceling one of it’s show due to air quality.

The organization announced on Facebook that Thursday night’s performance of Fannie: The Music and Life of Fannie Lou Hamer has been canceled due to poor air quality from regional wildfires.

OSF said they offer a streaming alternative of Fannie to ticket holders of canceled performances, and to check your email for information on how to access this stream.

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