MEDFORD, Ore — The Oregon Shakespeare Festival opens its 2024 season this week. OSF Associate Artistic Director, Rosa Joshi, joined Sunrise to talk about what the season holds in store and how everything is looking ahead of the season opening. ...

November 8th, 2023 marks the 400 year publishing anniversary of William Shakespeare’s first folio. When William Shakespeare died in 1616, only about half of his plays had been published. It wasn’t until 1623 that a number of his colleagues, supporters, ...

ASHLAND, Ore. – Oregon Shakespeare Festival Artistic Director Nataki Garrett announced she’s resigning. Theatres across the nation, including the Oregon Shakespeare Festival, are still struggling roughly three years since the pandemic started. Ahead of the spring 2023 season, OSF cut ...

GRANTS PASS, Ore. — A theatre in Grants Pass is gearing up for an extended youth camp. The Barnstormer’s Theatre 4-week ‘Mid-summer Camp’s Dream’ begins July 5th. Campers ages 9 to 16 years old will work on a youth production ...

ASHLAND, Ore.– Although the festival was canceled this year, Oregon Shakespeare Festival is still finding ways reach its audience. OSF said it’s collaborating with L.A. Based production company, Cal-Arts Center for New Performance, or CNP. It said it’ll be re-releasing ...

The incoming Oregon Shakespeare Festival Executive Director, David Schmitz, sat down exclusively with NBC5 News to discuss his new position and upcoming move. The 2021 season will mark the first year for the festival’s new executive director.  Schmitz will be ...

ASHLAND, Ore. – A major tourist draw in Southern Oregon is shutting down for the remainder of 2020. On May 8, The Oregon Shakespeare Festival said they’ve canceled all performances for the rest of the year. OSF said the decision ...

MEDFORD, Ore.– Actors and theatre workers in the Rogue Valley are sharing readings of Shakespeare’s sonnets. It’s being called the Rogue Valley Plague Theatre Company and it was helped formed by the Collaborative Theatre Project in Medford. Since the end ...

ASHLAND, Ore. — The Oregon Shakespeare Festival says they’ve lost more than a million dollars in revenue this summer due to the wildfire smoke. 18 shows have been moved from the outdoor Elizabethan Theater. 10 of them were moved to ...

Ashland, Ore. — Oregon Shakespeare Festival has formally announced Friday, artistic director Bill Rauch is leaving the organization in August 2019. Rauch will be moving to New York City to assume artistic leadership of The Ronald O. Perelman Center for ...

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