Oregon Shakespeare Festival

OSF lays off workers

ASHLAND, Ore. – The Oregon Shakespeare Festival is one of the organizations still dealing with the effects of the smoke–it announced layoffs last week. It’s an uneasy situation for employees. “When you’re finishing your season, any company finishing in a significant shortfall, …

Oregon Shakespeare Festival unveils upgrades

Ashland, Ore.- Oregon Shakespeare Festivals brick courtyard has received a facelift in an effort to make the OSF campus more accessible. The project was just one phase of the “Access for All” campaign. The $5.1 million dollar project is designed to improve …

OSF renovations to provide access for all

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 …

OSF announces 2018 season

Ashland, Ore. – The Oregon Shakespeare Festival has officially announced their upcoming season. “I’m so proud to share this 2018 season with our OSF audiences as well as our colleagues in the theatre field,” OSF’s Artistic Director Bill Rauch said. “It is …

OSF Spring Festival Noon Series kicks off

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 …

OSF private event for opening weekend

Ashland, Ore., — Some of the Oregon Shakespeare Festival’s closest friends and family get an inside look at the new season, that kicks off this weekend. The festival’s artistic director — Bill Rauch gave a talk this morning at the old Ashland …

OSF tours canceled due to immigration concerns

Ashland, Ore., — “It’s certainly already affected us negatively cause we want to increase tourism in Southern Oregon.” The Oregon Shakespeare Festival brings hundreds of people a year to Ashland from across the country, and around the world. A group of students …

Ghostlight Project sets theaters as safe spaces

Ashland Ore. — The Oregon Cabaret Theater was flooded with people symbolically creating a light for dark times ahead. The Ghostlight Project gathered people around the country outside live theaters to pledge to “…stand for and protect the values of inclusion, participation, …

Free speech organizations speaking out against OSF

Ashland, Ore. — A coalition of free speech organizations is denouncing the Oregon Shakespeare Festival. The move comes after OSF executives instructed staff not to patronize an Ashland bookstore after a dispute over a banned book. Six organizations signed the National Coalition …
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