Today kicked off the first day of the Oregon Shakespeare Festival’s ‘Spring Festival Noon Series.’
According to the OSF Associate Director of Education, the series offer discussion, engagement and conversation with the public from lectures to demonstrations of technical aspects of each play.
“If you didn’t know anything about the plot, or you want to get a deeper understanding of what you’ve just seen or what you’re about to see, you get to check it out at the festival noon series,” Robert C. Goodwin said.
Goodwin says the series attracts locals and tourists alike, including some regulars from Washington and the Bay area.
Each hour-session starting at noon will run every Saturday until late spring.
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