OSF starts 2017 season

It’s that time of year again, a whole new slate of plays is set to begin at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival.

The year-round festival kicks off with the classic saga of political backstabbing in Shakespeare’s ‘Julius Caesar’ at the Angus Bowmer Theatre.

Followed this weekend by ‘Henry the IV: Part One’ as well as several new plays
With topical themes like leadership and immigration.

“There is just a lot of creative energy that goes into leading up to this day and we’re tired and excited and we can’t wait to share these shows with our community,” said Communications Manager Julie Cortez.

Also opening in the next few days, Shakespeare in love and Mojada: Madea in Los Angeles.

Full list of plays here – https://www.osfashland.org/experience-osf/current-season.aspx

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