Ashland, Ore. — One Ashland non-profit is already focusing on summer.
Renovations are happening now at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival.
It’s taking on several projects to make the festival more accessible to everyone.
Among those projects – adding seven new handicap seats in the Angus Bowmer Theatre.
“We hope that our long-time patrons and friends of the festival and community members in Ashland and everyone who visits us will love the new space and find is comfortable and easy to navigate and beautiful to be in,” General Manager Ted DeLong said.
The renovations are part of a 5.1 million dollar campaign called Access for All.
The project has been divided into three phases.
Phase two of the project which involves renovating the brick courtyard in the middle of the OSF campus will be completed around June 15th.