ASHLAND, Ore. – The Oregon Shakespeare Festival made its 2023 Season announcement. Next year, OSF is presenting a mix of new plays and musicals, reinvented classics, and immersive technology projects. “The 2022 season was about recovery and rebuilding,” said OSF ...

ASHLAND, Ore. – For the first time since 2019, Oregon Shakespeare Festival “Green Shows” are back! Weather permitting, the free outdoor performances will be held at 15 South Pioneer Street in Ashland, Wednesdays through Saturdays at 6:45 p.m. through October ...

ASHLAND, Ore. – Audience members of one of Southern Oregon’s main tourist draws will still have to abide by some COVID-19 related precautions. The Oregon Shakespeare Festival’s latest COVID safety guidelines require proof of vaccination or negative tests for all ...

ASHLAND, Ore — The Oregon Shakespeare Festival and Black Lives Black Words organization has partnered to produce films to celebrate Black artists, and highlight important issues in the community. The projects will be under the title, “Films for the People,” ...

(Video note: Performances in video are credited to Oregon Shakespeare Festival)  WASHINGTON, D.C. — Oregon Shakespeare Festival was one of a few organizations across the country, advocating before U.S. lawmakers for the financial recovery of performing arts Wednesday. Nataki Garrett, ...

ASHLAND, Ore — The Oregon Shakespeare Festival unveiled sweeping new changes along with the announcement of its 2022 season on Wednesday. “Our 2022 season is dedicated to the artists who are involved in it,” Nataki Garrett, artistic director with OSF, ...

ASHLAND, Ore.- The Oregon Shakespeare Festival is announcing it’s 2022 season! OSF is returning to a full-year season with in-person repertory and digital programming. It will feature new works and “profoundly relevant classics.” The organization says it is also creating ...

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 ...

ASHLAND, Ore. — The Oregon Shakespeare Festival is receiving 10 million dollars through a federal grant program. The money is coming from the Shuttered Venue Operators grant. It’s designed to help venues supporting the arts to become fully operational post-pandemic. ...

ASHLAND, Ore. –As smoke begins to fill into the Rogue Valley, causing air quality advisories just last weekend, the Oregon Shakespeare Festival says safety is their number one priority. When air quality is unhealthy, it puts both performers and audience members ...

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